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So it’s time for a new boiler or you’re tired of your existing boiler being unreliable and breaking down. There are a few options available to you in this situation. Do you opt for a one off repair, or choose to join a boiler care plan? We’d recommend a comprehensive cover plan – and in this blog, we’ll discuss the reasons why you should choose a boiler care plan and the benefits you’ll get from doing so.
If you own a boiler, you’ll likely know they require regular maintenance and upkeep to ensure they stay in perfect working order and are ready for the tough winter months. They also require an annual service which is generally required to stay within your manufacturer’s warranty.
Traditionally, house owners would ring up each year and book an appointment to be serviced. This can be a hassle as you need to remember to do it each year and it won’t cover any issues that happen throughout the year. You may also incur large charges if anything goes wrong, especially during peak seasons.
A boiler care plan is a pay monthly plan that can cover any and all aspects of boiler cover on an on-going basis. This can cover just your warranty or other aspects such as central heating controls and even pipework. A cover plan allows you to pay a smaller monthly fee and not be concerned about the health of your boiler as you’re protected at any time of the year. Rather than paying large one off fees, pay a smaller monthly fee, simple.
A boiler cover plan shares many of the same benefits you can expect from any other monthly service, here are some of our favourites:
We have several boiler cover plans available which cover all of the benefits mentioned above and more. Starting at just £14 per month, you’ll also benefit from:
You can find out boiler cover plans here. At ProTech we will always provide a no-obligation, fixed quote before starting any boiler work. Contact ProTech in Hull today. Give us a call on 01482 352 643 or send us a message online.
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