Need a New Boiler in Filton?
Here at Fastfix Heating & Home Services we want to supply and fit a new boiler in Filton easy, hassle-free and efficient for you. That's why we have created a unique way of getting a new boiler installed in your property.
We have created a unique system that allows you to do your own survey online and get an instant fixed boiler quote. The system will ask you around 12 selective questions and based on your answers it will automatically generate a fixed price and explain to you what is included in the quote. It will also give you the option of different boilers to suit your home and your budget. On top of that our system will also provide you the right finance option that’s suits you best, to get you a new boiler in Filton.
Once you have chosen your new boiler option, you can then simply book the installation on a date that suits you by emailing us on [email protected] or calling our office on
0117 450 7400.
After confirming the installation date, we will turn up on time to carry out the work and explain you how your new boiler works.
It is that simple to have your New Boiler fitted in Filton.
If you are not sure how to answer the 12 questions, we are offering a photo survey that can be done via email or text message. By only sending us 6 pictures we can provide you with an exact price and provide you with different boiler options that suits your needs and budget:
That is not a problem. Once you have received your fixed price boiler installation quote, you can book in a survey with us. You can ask any questions to our engineers and he will be able to offer any guidance you need until you are ready to go ahead.
Not a problem, we can install your new boiler within 48 hours or sooner. Just let us know at the time of booking.
We work close with our knowledgeable, qualified and dedicated team, Fastfix Heating & Home Services are local, friendly, family run business with high standards and offering high quality work.
You can be assured that when we install a new boiler that you are receiving a quality product that will be reliable and energy efficient. As we work closely with different brands, we can offer warranties of up to 10 years on selected boilers.
We are also proudly accredited with Vaillant and Worcester. This means that we are not only able to offer extended warranties of up to 10 years on selective Vaillant and Worcester LPG boilers that we install, but we are also able to offer expert advice on all products and boilers.
Here a few reasons why you should choose us:
New Boiler in Filton Bristol
So, now that you're aware on how our new system works just answer the questions on our Boiler Quote system to get a fixed price. You can also reach us by simply giving us a call via our phone number on, 0117 450 7400 or by sending us an email via our email address at, [email protected].
Alternatively, you can use the contact form on our website to send us a message. If you'd like to see the work we've done for customers, see our gallery page. To read the reviews that our customers have left, visit our reviews page.
There is a huge range of things you can do to safeguard your children in the home, from kitchen cupboard, door locks, plug covers to stair gates.
What I would like to talk about is your gas appliances and how to keep you safe all year round with an annual service. I feel as there is very limited information out there for you, as the person living in the house.
The first and most obvious is to service all of your gas appliances. There is a long list of reasons why you should get gas appliances serviced regularly which I write about next time, this is one very important way of making sure your gas appliances are safe and have been maintained, to try to foresee future problems.
Cars over 4 years old must by law pass and MOT test, this is not the case for gas appliances although landlords must have a gas safety certificate every year or face a fine or worse. Knowing that gas appliances like a car are essential to our everyday life it should be checked annually for safety.
But the main safety reason for a service is to make sure that Carbon monoxide isn’t in your property by testing the correct operation, flue system, seals and casing. You would be amazed at the amount of birds that find your chimney pot a perfect nesting place and then block it off.
It is a by-product of burning carbon fuel like the natural gas (mains gas) i.e a boiler and the petrol in your car. Even small doses of carbon monoxide can be dangerous.
It might seem like a time-saver to run your car in the garage, especially on a cold winter’s morning. But the emissions from your vehicle could fill your garage with carbon monoxide (CO)—a dangerous, silent threat—even if the garage door is open.
Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless, and toxic gas that claims over 430 lives a year.
Carbon monoxide is deadly because it binds with your red blood cells and starves your body of oxygen after passing into your lungs.
These are the early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning:
Shortness of breath
Perhaps most troubling is the similarity to cold or flu-like symptoms that are easy to ignore—shortness of breath, nausea, and mild headaches. Disorientation and unconsciousness can occur when levels of carbon monoxide reach 150 parts per million (ppm).
So after having the gas appliances serviced we would recommend having a carbon monoxide detector.
Carbon monoxide detectors are the fastest way to prevent CO poisoning. You can install a carbon monoxide detector (or multiple detectors) in your home. They work much like your fire or smoke alarm by sounding a siren when they detect carbon monoxide.
You can find simple models that set off a siren, or smart detectors that connect to your smartphone or home security system. Its like having a little gas man in your house all year round!!
The CO alarm sounds if your sensor detects a buildup of carbon monoxide in your home—usually before you start sensing symptoms. At lower concentrations (50 ppm), it may take up to eight hours for the alarm to go off. Higher levels (over 150 ppm) can trigger an alarm within minutes.
Act quickly when an alarm sounds by turning off all appliances and open all windows to clear the gases from the room and call either the gas emergency line on 0800 111 999 or call us and we will get an engineer out to you as quickly as we can.
Please get in touch if you need any gas appliances serviced or would like a carbon monoxide detector installed, we can usually do this when the service is being done. Please get in touch here or call us on 0117450 7400.