A gas leak in a boiler is considered a significant boiler emergency because of the possibility of an explosion and carbon monoxide poisoning, . It's critical to respond quickly to a gas leak. You can often detect a gas leak by the smell of sulfur or rotten eggs, which is added to natural gas for safety to make leaks easier to notice. We advise fixing this issue as soon as possible.
Boiler Pressure Problems
The boiler's operation may be hampered by excessively high or low pressure, which may also point to an underlying problem that requires immediate care. It is a good idea to get this seen to as soon as possible before the issue gets worse. Book a call out so we can see what the underlying issue is.
Pilot Light Issues
Problems with the boiler's pilot light may point to a burner or gas supply issue. An incomplete combustion signal, maybe caused by a dirty or malfunctioning burner, is indicated by a pilot light that frequently goes out or has a yellow flame rather than a blue one. It is crucial to fix these problems as soon as possible since they might cause inefficient operation and even release dangerous gases like carbon monoxide.