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Boiler flue replacement in London

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Usually, when a gas boiler that has been around for quite a while is set to be replaced, it is ideal that the boiler flue gets changed as well. A boiler flue is mainly a pipe which carries exhaust gases produced by a boiler and then releases them into the atmosphere. It has been found that a boiler flue emits carbon monoxide, which is considered harmful to your health. Usually, all boiler systems, whether combi, regular or system, need a boiler flue to function correctly. This blog will discuss further about conducting a boiler flue replacement in London. At the same time, find out more about services such as boiler installation London by visiting our homepage. 

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Can I replace my boiler flue?

As we had mentioned earlier, it is recommended that you replace the boiler flue when an old boiler is also going to be replaced. It is advised that this crucial task be completed by a Gas Safe registered technician. There are boiler flue regulations in place to avoid any harm caused by boilers during the installation process. An engineer’s help would be required since they would have a thorough understanding about boiler flues and gas safety regulations. Chances are that you would be aware of what a boiler flue looks like.

However, when it comes to a boiler flue replacement, it is necessary to get the assistance of a Gas Safe registered engineer who would be aware of what to do when carrying out the task for you. So this would ensure that gaseous residue do not cause any nuisance or damage to life and property. Alongside this, if you’re unclear about how a boiler flue functions, then you should check out out blog titled can a boiler flue go through a roof?

Can I fit a boiler flue myself?

The answer is no. Firstly, the do-it-yourself attitude is accepted for several reasons. No doubt the idea of going at it alone would mean helping you save up on money if you attempt it yourself. Secondly, it could satisfy you when you repair, replace or fix something on your own. However, when it comes to boiler flues, it could be a risk if you attempt to fit the boiler flues. You might be wondering why? On the other hand, have you ever thought of how to check if the boiler flue is blocked? Then our blog on the topic will prove informative.

Typically, when fitting these boiler flues, you must get advice from the specialists. It should be common knowledge that, without relevant experience or expertise, attempting to check and repair these gadgets would put you and others at risk. Therefore, if the work is associated with the gas boiler itself, then it should be carried out by a Gas Safe registered engineer.

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How far does a boiler flue have to be from a neighbour?

You don’t want to send dangerous gases from your house into your neighbour’s house. The required minimum installation distance for a boiler flue is 600 mm from a neighbouring wall or fence. The minimum advised distance is 300 mm if the flue is situated on the rear garden but facing the boundary. This lessens the chance of creating a “Statutory Nuisance.”

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