Enviro Gas

Delivering comfort for over 20 years

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Enviro Gas are your local trusted Heating & Hot Water specialists covering Warwickshire & West Midlands

For more than 20 years our engineers have provided customers around the region with World Class Customer Service & Support.

A family run business at the heart of the country we offer an unrivalled personal service with you as our priority, no matter how big or small the job may seem.

If you've got a dripping tap, we can sort that. If your boiler is in need of a service, we'll do that for you. If your boiler has packed up and you're thinking of getting a new one, give us a call. If your 'mate' says your boiler is better off in the tip give us a call first, chances are we can fix it.

Our engineers are always on hand when you need them

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Service & Repair

Boiler playing up? Might just need a service

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System Cleansing

Radiators hot at the top but cold at the bottom?

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Bathroom looking tired?

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Heating & Hot Water Technician

How often should I bleed my radiators?

You should really be looking at 'bleeding' your radiators every year. This is something we'll look at doing included in your service so no need to worry.

How often does my boiler need servicing?

All Gas Appliances should be serviced every 12 months. If you're booking a service with us let us know if you have any other gas appliances as we can do those whilst we are there.

What can I do if my condense pipe freezes?

If your boiler struggles to fire when the weather is very cold then you may be looking at a blocked or frozen condensate pipe. You can try pouring warm water or using a heat pack on the condensate pipe outside to see if this removes the ice/blockage. Do not use boiling water as you may crack the external condenseate pipework. If this advice doesn’t do the trick give the experts a call we can sort that out for you.

Whats the best setting to leave my boiler thermostat on?

If you set your boiler thermostat to 65 degrees or lower and you have a condensing boiler installed then your boiler will now be in whats called its 'dew point'. Meaning that your boiler is in its highest efficiency mode saving you more money on your heating bills.