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Central Heating Boilers, Radiators and TRV's


Central heating boiler broken or need a new gas central heating installation?  We can help. Contact us on 01772 612080 or 07971 163366 to arrange a free no obligation survey.


GM Gas Services Limited install all types of gas central heating boilers, radiators, room stats, thermostatic radiator valves (TRV's) and radiator accessories allowing you to have a complete central heating installation in your home tailored to your individual requirements.  We pride ourselves on the quality of our work and that's why we only use the best products on the market. Using the best products allows us to offer up to a 10 year parts and labour warranty.


Call now and in less than five minutes you can get a great central heating installation deal and get your central heating back on and hot water flowing.

If your current gas central heating installation is a little sluggish with cold spots visit our powerflushing section as this may rectify your central heating boilers problem without the cost of replacing the full heating system. 


Boiler Plus 2018: What does the new legislation which changed 06 April 2018, mean for you?

Any new boiler installation in England will need to adhere to an updated set of regulations.

These regulations demand a higher set of energy efficiency measures on new boilers than ever before. 

  • All boilers installed from April 2018 will need an ErP efficiency rating of 92% or higher. 

  • All gas and oil boiler installations will need time and temperature controls.

  • Combination boiler installations must also include one of the following in their system: flue gas heat recovery system, weather compensation, load compensation or smart controls.


  1. Flue gas heat recovery system is designed to improve energy efficiency of the boiler by recycling the heat from the flue gases which would usually be lost into the atmosphere. Instead this heat is used it to preheat domestic hot water.

  2. Weather compensation devices enable the boiler to read the outside temperature via a sensor so that the boiler can adjust the temperature of your heating accordingly.

  3. Load compensation measures the response of the heating system and adjusts the flow temperature based on what is needed to reduce fuel consumption.

  4. Smart controls featuring automation and optimisation functions allow you to control your heating through a tablet or smartphone, even when you’re not at home.

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