There are easier ways to stay warm

Keep your boiler running with us this winter

It couldn’t be easier. With our maintenance and support plans, you’ll get an annual service of your boiler and ongoing maintenance hints and tips, helping you to keep your boiler running smoothly. Don’t worry, if it does stop working, we’ll also be there to fix it. That’s got to be easier than trying to wear your entire winter wardrobe at once?
What do you need?

Boiler maintenance and support plans

Gold

  • Ongoing maintenance hints and tips
  • Annual service maintenance
  • Access to our Boiler Care portal
  • Up to £1,500 worth of repairs if needed
  • Expert Gas Safe engineers
  • Replacement boiler up to £750 if required (installation costs not included)
  • Looks after your central heating system*
Keep my boiler running

Platinum

  • Ongoing maintenance hints and tips
  • Annual service maintenance
  • Access to our Boiler Care portal
  • Up to £1,500 worth of repairs if needed
  • Expert Gas Safe engineers
  • Replacement boiler up to £750 if required (installation costs not included)
  • Looks after your central heating system*
Keep my boiler running
Keep your boiler running

Why get a maintenance and support plan?

Annual boiler service

Annual boiler service

Expert Gas Safe engineers will service your boiler every year to make sure it’s working optimally.
Help and support on demand

Help and support on demand

You can access maintenance help and support via our online Boiler Care portal whenever you need to.
Look after your central heating

Look after your central heating

You have the option to include your central heating system in your boiler plan.
Look after your boiler

What type of boiler do you have?

Commonly known as combi boilers

Conventional boiler

A conventional system includes a boiler and extended controls, a feed and expansion cistern, and a hot water cylinder (usually in the airing cupboard). It’s often fed by a cold water storage tank in the loft.
Commonly known as combi boilers

Combination boiler

More commonly known as combi boilers, these are the most popular kind in the UK. They provide heat and hot water with no need for water tanks or cylinders. All major parts are in one unit and it heats water straight from the mains.