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Boiler Service

£75 (+VAT)

We service all brands of boilers and will ensure your appliance is running safely and efficiently. Our service report will indicate the range of checks, tests and cleaning  undertaken during the service and highlight any wearing components.


Where the system is protected by a magnetic filter, this will also be  inspected and cleaned. We are able to test the quality of the water within the heating system and will do so at customers' request and free of charge. 


NB: A boiler warranty may be void without an annual service or if the heating system water is contaminated.


£75/hr (+VAT)

* Minimum charge one hour then at

15 minutes increments


Whether there is no hot water or heating or  you are experiencing poor performance, we will quickly find the cause and advise you of the problem and what needs to be done.  

If you would like to briefly discuss the symptoms, our engineers will be happy to help. We do recommend that annual boiler servicing and maintenance will help to lessen the likelihood of a breakdown, 

Gas Safety Check

£75 (+VAT)

 * Combined Boiler Service and Gas Safety Check - £120 (+VAT)


Landlords are required by law to  ensure that a property's gas  installation and gas appliances are safe to use. This must carried out annually and by a competent person (i.e. Gas Safe registered).


Our standard charge  above includes two appliances (i.e. boiler and hob). Additional appliances are charged at £25 each.

For Landlords

Harvard Heating Services hope to provide a useful resource below to help Landlords meet the requirements of current legislation and to promote good practice.


Gas installations and appliances must be checked for safety by a competent person once a year.


Smoke alarms must be fitted and regularly tested. New regulations came into force on 1st October 2015 and incorporate requirements for carbon monoxide alarms.


Private sector landlords are required from 1 October 2015 to have at least one smoke alarm installed on every storey of their properties and a carbon monoxide alarm in any room containing a solid fuel burning appliance (e.g. a coal fire, wood burning stove). After that, the landlord must make sure the alarms are in working order at the start of each new tenancy.


The requirements will be enforced by local authorities who can impose a fine of up to £5,000 where a landlord fails to comply with a remedial notice.

Carbon Monoxide alarms must be fitted in rooms containing a solid fuel burning appliance. Gas appliances should be treated in the same way.


By law you must ensure that everyone in your property is protected from the health risks created by Legionella.

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