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A sudden issue with your boiler is never ideal, that’s why we want to help you make sure your boiler is in good working order leading into the colder months. With a few preventative steps, you can help reduce the likelihood of the system packing in just when you need it most.
Take a look around and find helpful articles from our top 5 boiler fixes to how to keep your house warm this winter. 

Top 5 Tips for Winter Heating


Here’s a few things that you can easily try to do yourself if your boiler breaks down, before you book an engineer visit. 

Follow these 5 steps to keep your boiler working over winter.

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Be Winter Ready

Our maintenance portal is full of step by step guides and handy tips to keep your boiler running smoothly. 

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How to keep your house warm this winter


Top tips for keeping the heat in and the cold out

It's important to maintain your boiler regularly to ensure maximum longevity. If your boiler and central heating system are working efficiently you could use less fuel and may benefit from lower heating bills. So from checking your thermostats to insulating your roof, here are few of our top tips to help make the cold snap more bearable.

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Inside D&G: The Service Team

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Meet Ian Palmer-Smith, our Supplier & Heating Service Director

Ian has worked at Domestic and General for nearly 3 years but has been within the heating sector for over 35. He shares his insights, proudest moments and what life is like for him in and outside D&G.

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Heating not coming on? Could be something simple


Quick fixes you can do yourself at home

There could be any number of reasons why your boiler has stopped working, but thankfully there are a few things that you can easily fix yourself. Whether it’s checking the pressure, thawing a pipe or relighting your pilot light, click the link to read more and troubleshoot your boiler issue. 

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Take care of your gas appliances

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Gas safety in the home

If your home has gas appliances or fittings, you need to be aware of the risks of unsafe gas work and the importance of taking care of your gas appliances. Here are a few simple checks to keep you and your family safe.

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