WORCESTER ACCREDITED INSTALLER
1st Time Fix are proud Worcester Accredited Installers and as such, can confidently offer professional advice on all Worcester boilers whenever and wherever required. Need a new Worcester boiler but unsure about which boiler is best for your home? That’s what we’re here for. We can install Worcester boilers throughout Wolverhampton, Willenhall, Walsall and the surrounding areas.
Worcester Bosch boilers, both gas and oil, are top choice at the Which? Best Buy awards.
Choose 1st Time Fix for a new Worcester boiler so you can upgrade the standard guarantee to a fantastic guarantee of up to 10 years for gas boilers.
"We want to provide homeowners with peace of mind when they are upgrading their home heating system. We invite heating engineers who we deem as reputable, quality-conscious and representing value for money to join our Worcester Accredited Installer scheme." - Worcester Bosch
Originally founded in 1962, Worcester is well known for being the market leaders for domestic boilers in the UK. Worcester’s commitment to ensuring the highest standards of manufacturing over the last 50 years has led to their recognition by Which? and have received the Best Buy Awards for the last 9 years. Worcester also have a royal warrant to supply boilers to Her Majesty The Queen’s Sandringham Estate.
Choose Worcester so you can have peace of mind that you’re buying from the UK’s best boiler brand and choose The Boiler Engineer Ltd as your installer so you can have peace of mind that you’re choosing a friendly and professional business that genuinely cares about it’s customers.
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Combi boilers, short for combination boilers, produce heating and hot water on demand and don't require a cylinder. Due to this and well as their their compact nature, these boiler are ideal for properties with limited space.
System boilers use a cylinder to store hot water, but most the heating still takes place within the boiler. This type of boiler is ideal in homes with multiple bathrooms, especially where hot water is in high demand.
Regular boilers are more traditional and use a hot water cylinder as well as a cold water and additional storage tank, usually found in the loft. These are ideal for replacing old boilers without having to replace the entire system.