BOLIER SWAPS

FROM £500

I’ll make your boiler swap simple and stress free, you purchase the boiler I’ll do the installing a new boiler can be a very stressful experience for anyone, I offer a good value service to home owners and Landlords ultimately beating any boiler breakdown package, most of all your boiler install will meet Gas Safe standards, being installed by a registered Gas Safe engineer.

GAS HOB AND OVEN INSTALLATIONS

FROM £150

Gas hob and oven installation and a gas safety tightness test (this checks for gas leaks)  is carried out before and after installation of your new gas hob or oven. If your old gas hob has failed a gas safety check then a new gas hob is the most economical way to save money rather than to buy parts for your old hob as well as the labour to fit the new part.

LANDLORD CERTIFICATES

FROM £50.00

A gas safety certificate or check involves a Gas Safe registered engineer inspecting your gas appliance(s). I will check your appliance is working correctly and check appliances are on the right setting and burning correctly with the correct operating pressure harmful gases are being removed from the appliance safely to the air outside and working properly.

07816 254048 or email

4 + 2 =

Prepare for Winter

Care should be taken that nothing obstructs a heater’s air intake and that vents and flues are intact and unblocked to avoid the potential of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Matthew James Gas Services recommends Landlords have a qualified contractor inspect heating and cooling equipment annually and also install and maintain carbon monoxide detectors according to manufacturer’s instructions. If you suspect the presence of carbon monoxide, leave the area immediately and call National Grid 0800 111 999.

In spite of the cold, you can reduce the impact of the weather on your bills with common-sense conservation:

  • Ensure heaters are properly adjusted and running with clean filters.
  • Install weather-stripping and seal windows and doors.
  • Lower the your thermostat at night.
  • Close off unused rooms to prevent unnecessary heating.

About Carbon Monoxide

Natural gas is safe, clean and reliable. When appliances are installed properly and operating efficiently, natural gas burns cleanly, with little residue. However, if your natural gas appliance produces a yellow flame instead of a blue flame, it is not operating efficiently or is not vented properly. Carbon monoxide can be produced under these conditions.

Carbon monoxide is poisonous. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas that can make you sick or, under some circumstances, cause death. Carbon monoxide occurs when fuel does not burn completely. To avoid carbon monoxide hazards, make sure your appliances are properly installed, cleaned, maintained and vented.

The sources of carbon monoxide can include improperly vented cooking and water heating appliances, blocked chimney flues and malfunctioning fuel-burning appliances. If you suspect the presence of carbon monoxide, leave the area immediately and call National Grid 0800 111 999 without delay.

 

Summer Temperatures

Summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the as the season progresses after the solstice. Here are some tips for staying safe when outdoors during peak temperatures:

  • Stay hydrated to avoid heat-related illness.
  • Drink at least one cup of water every 15 to 20 minutes while working outdoors. If you wait until you are thirsty to drink, you have waited too long.
  • Avoid caffeinated drinks. They encourage the body to lose fluids and actually can increase your risk of heat related illness.
  • Monitor yourself and keep an eye on those around you. Some people are more affected by the heat than others.
  • Take a break if you begin to feel overheated.
  • Generally, a throbbing headache is the first sign that you are too hot. If this happens, Stop, sit down, cool down and drink fluids.

BOLIER SWAPS

FROM £500

I’ll make your boiler swap simple and stress free, you purchase the boiler I’ll do the installing a new boiler can be a very stressful experience for anyone, I offer a good value service to home owners and Landlords ultimately beating any boiler breakdown package, most of all your boiler install will meet Gas Safe standards, being installed by a registered Gas Safe engineer.

GAS HOB AND OVEN INSTALLATIONS

FROM £150

Gas hob and oven installation and a gas safety tightness test (this checks for gas leaks)  is carried out before and after installation of your new gas hob or oven. If your old gas hob has failed a gas safety check then a new gas hob is the most economical way to save money rather than to buy parts for your old hob as well as the labour to fit the new part.

LANDLORD CERTIFICATES

FROM £50.00

A gas safety certificate or check involves a Gas Safe registered engineer inspecting your gas appliance(s). I will check your appliance is working correctly and check appliances are on the right setting and burning correctly with the correct operating pressure harmful gases are being removed from the appliance safely to the air outside and working properly.

07816 254048 or email

12 + 11 =

Prepare for Winter

Care should be taken that nothing obstructs a heater’s air intake and that vents and flues are intact and unblocked to avoid the potential of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Matthew James Gas Services recommends Landlords have a qualified contractor inspect heating and cooling equipment annually and also install and maintain carbon monoxide detectors according to manufacturer’s instructions. If you suspect the presence of carbon monoxide, leave the area immediately and call National Grid 0800 111 999.

In spite of the cold, you can reduce the impact of the weather on your bills with common-sense conservation:

  • Ensure heaters are properly adjusted and running with clean filters.
  • Install weather-stripping and seal windows and doors.
  • Lower the your thermostat at night.
  • Close off unused rooms to prevent unnecessary heating.

About Carbon Monoxide

Natural gas is safe, clean and reliable. When appliances are installed properly and operating efficiently, natural gas burns cleanly, with little residue. However, if your natural gas appliance produces a yellow flame instead of a blue flame, it is not operating efficiently or is not vented properly. Carbon monoxide can be produced under these conditions.

Carbon monoxide is poisonous. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas that can make you sick or, under some circumstances, cause death. Carbon monoxide occurs when fuel does not burn completely. To avoid carbon monoxide hazards, make sure your appliances are properly installed, cleaned, maintained and vented.

The sources of carbon monoxide can include improperly vented cooking and water heating appliances, blocked chimney flues and malfunctioning fuel-burning appliances. If you suspect the presence of carbon monoxide, leave the area immediately and call National Grid 0800 111 999 without delay.

 

Summer Temperatures

Summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the as the season progresses after the solstice. Here are some tips for staying safe when outdoors during peak temperatures:

  • Stay hydrated to avoid heat-related illness.
  • Drink at least one cup of water every 15 to 20 minutes while working outdoors. If you wait until you are thirsty to drink, you have waited too long.
  • Avoid caffeinated drinks. They encourage the body to lose fluids and actually can increase your risk of heat related illness.
  • Monitor yourself and keep an eye on those around you. Some people are more affected by the heat than others.
  • Take a break if you begin to feel overheated.
  • Generally, a throbbing headache is the first sign that you are too hot. If this happens, Stop, sit down, cool down and drink fluids.

BOLIER SWAPS

FROM £500

I’ll make your boiler swap simple and stress free, you purchase the boiler I’ll do the installing a new boiler can be a very stressful experience for anyone, I offer a good value service to home owners and Landlords ultimately beating any boiler breakdown package, most of all your boiler install will meet Gas Safe standards, being installed by a registered Gas Safe engineer.

GAS HOB AND OVEN INSTALLATIONS

FROM £150

Gas hob and oven installation and a gas safety tightness test (this checks for gas leaks)  is carried out before and after installation of your new gas hob or oven. If your old gas hob has failed a gas safety check then a new gas hob is the most economical way to save money rather than to buy parts for your old hob as well as the labour to fit the new part.

LANDLORD CERTIFICATES

FROM £50

A gas safety certificate or check involves a Gas Safe registered engineer inspecting your gas appliance(s). I will check your appliance is working correctly and check appliances are on the right setting and burning correctly with the correct operating pressure harmful gases are being removed from the appliance safely to the air outside and working properly.

07816 254048 or email

9 + 6 =

Prepare for Winter

Care should be taken that nothing obstructs a heater’s air intake and that vents and flues are intact and unblocked to avoid the potential of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Matthew James Gas Services recommends Landlords have a qualified contractor inspect heating and cooling equipment annually and also install and maintain carbon monoxide detectors according to manufacturer’s instructions. If you suspect the presence of carbon monoxide, leave the area immediately and call National Grid 0800 111 999.

In spite of the cold, you can reduce the impact of the weather on your bills with common-sense conservation:

  • Ensure heaters are properly adjusted and running with clean filters.
  • Install weather-stripping and seal windows and doors.
  • Lower the your thermostat at night.
  • Close off unused rooms to prevent unnecessary heating.

About Carbon Monoxide

Natural gas is safe, clean and reliable. When appliances are installed properly and operating efficiently, natural gas burns cleanly, with little residue. However, if your natural gas appliance produces a yellow flame instead of a blue flame, it is not operating efficiently or is not vented properly. Carbon monoxide can be produced under these conditions.

Carbon monoxide is poisonous. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas that can make you sick or, under some circumstances, cause death. Carbon monoxide occurs when fuel does not burn completely. To avoid carbon monoxide hazards, make sure your appliances are properly installed, cleaned, maintained and vented.

The sources of carbon monoxide can include improperly vented cooking and water heating appliances, blocked chimney flues and malfunctioning fuel-burning appliances. If you suspect the presence of carbon monoxide, leave the area immediately and call National Grid 0800 111 999 without delay.

 

Summer Temperatures

Summer is the hottest of the four temperate seasons falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the as the season progresses after the solstice. Here are some tips for staying safe when outdoors during peak temperatures:

  • Stay hydrated to avoid heat-related illness.
  • Drink at least one cup of water every 15 to 20 minutes while working outdoors. If you wait until you are thirsty to drink, you have waited too long.
  • Avoid caffeinated drinks. They encourage the body to lose fluids and actually can increase your risk of heat related illness.
  • Monitor yourself and keep an eye on those around you. Some people are more affected by the heat than others.
  • Take a break if you begin to feel overheated.
  • Generally, a throbbing headache is the first sign that you are too hot. If this happens, Stop, sit down, cool down and drink fluids.