Boiler Repair in Sheffield

Boiler breakdowns can happen at the most inconvenient times. At Plumbways (Sheffield) We understand that you’ll want to get your boiler repaired as quickly as possible, and our company is set up to do just that with our emergency service for boiler repair in Sheffield.


Our Gas Safe registered engineers are experienced in repairing all major boiler brands.

Whether you have an Alpha, Ariston, Baxi, Biasi, Buderus, Ferroli, Glow Worm, Grant, Heatline, Ideal, Keston, Potterton, Suanier Duval, Vaillant, Viessmann, Vokera, Worcester Bosch or some other brand, we’ll have it back in full working order in no time so that you can go back to a normal life.


Trusted Plumbers and Gas Engineers

As well as being Gas Safe Registered and Check a Trade approved its our reputation locally within the field which sets us apart from other plumbers

Our Repairs Service

Any issue involving Gas requires a comprehensive understanding of regulations and how boilers function. So many people experience costly boiler repairs that are significantly more expensive because unnecessary parts are fitted!

Plumbways (Sheffield) offer a full repair service for all Boiler manufacturers, makes and models. Most boiler repairs in Sheffield are carried out at the very first visit, making sure your costs are kept as low as possible.

A boiler breakdown can be stressful, and incredibly disruptive, therefore we have a same day service for boiler repair in Sheffield, so your boiler repair can be done and your boiler back up and working in the quickest time possible.

we offer a boiler repair service in sheffield for all makes and models of gas powered boiler



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Contact Plumbways (Sheffield)

For more information or a free quotation for a boiler repair in Sheffield please contact Plumbways ( Sheffield) today.


Various prevalent boiler faults we are able to help you with

No heat or hot water: This is a very common condition and can be brought on for a variety of reasons. There could be no pilot light, a problem with a diaphragm, an airlock or a motorised valve could have failed. Moreover, it could be that your thermostat isn’t turned up high enough (a really common problem!) or there may be a leak on your central heating system which should be fixed.

Leaking boilers: From time to time, seals on boilers leak and need to be replaced. Faulty seals are the most widespread factors that cause a leak.

Banging noises: There might be sludge or debris in your system water which is then going through your boiler or there could be air in the system. In addition, in the event the boiler is scaled up, this could cause it to make some interesting sounds too. On the other hand, it may be that the water pressure is not high enough.

Pilot light going out: This may be caused by a broken thermocouple or there may be an issue with the gas valve. Also, if the air seal is damaged, a draught could blow out the pilot light. It could be that the pilot light needs to be cleaned as it could be blocked with debris.

Losing pressure: The commonest reason behind a boiler losing pressure is a leak on the central heating system. Additionally, the pressure relief valve might be faulty and/or the expansion vessel failing (maybe it’s both).

Frozen condensate pipe: Condensing boilers have a condensate pipe which takes away water from the boiler. Occasionally, this can freeze which causes a blockage resulting in the boiler failing.

Thermostat problems: Thermostats can easily fail when they age as they can become inaccurate in their readings. This means that they turn the boiler on / off at the wrong times when they aren’t supposed to.

Kettling: This is a very common problem in hard water areas such as Sheffield. Limescale builds in your boiler and can damage the heat exchanger. It is possible to have a scale reducer fitted to the system which takes out the scale from the system. Also, powerflushing will help to eliminate system debris.

Boiler keeps switching off: This could be caused by low water pressure, a blocked condensate pipe, air in the system or the pump not circulating the water in the system correctly.