Servicing & Maintenance

In order to keep your warranty valid for the full term, it is a requirement for many types of heating system that you have an annual service.

An annual service can also save you time and money by avoiding expensive call out charges and identify and rectify any issues before they become problematic.

Go Eco Renewables have fully qualified, experienced Engineers registered with Gas Safe and OFTEC, who can assist with your service requirements.

We recommend to be serviced annually. A service would include the following:

Air Source Heat Pump

  • Checking all controls and sensors are working correctly.
  • Inspecting ducts, filters and fan for dirt and other obstructions.
  • Verify adequate airflow in accordance with manufacturers specifications and correct glycol temperature.
  • Check pipework and fittings to ensure they are sound.
  • Check all pipework insulation is firmly in place and undamaged.
  • Check and record the system pressure ensuring flow rates are correct.
  • Confirm that the overall system is operating as it should be in accordance with the manufacturers co-efficient performance indicators.
  • Check all information and safety labels are in place.
  • Cleaning of magnetic filter.
  • Complete and issue a full system report to the customer.

Ground Source Heat Pump

  • Checking all controls and sensors are working correctly.
  • Check pipework and fittings to ensure they are sound.
  • Check all pipework insulation is firmly in place and undamaged.
  • Check and record the system pressure ensuring flow rates are correct.
  • Confirm that the overall system is operating as it should be in accordance with the manufacturers co-efficient performance indicators.
  • Check Glycol levels to ensure frost protection is adequate.
  • Cleaning of magnetic filter.
  • Check all information and safety labels are in place.
  • Complete and issue a full system report to the customer.

We recommend to be serviced annually. With a Glycol change every 5 years. A service would include the following:

  • Clear panels of any dust, debris, leaves etc.
  • Check all associated pipework and insulation.
  • Check controls and sensors.
  • Check the pump.
  • Check that the overall system is operating as it should be given the weather conditions at the time of the check.
  • Check Glycol levels.
  • Complete and issue a full system report to the customer.

Serviced as required. A service would include the following:

  • Check the condition of the sealant around any building penetrations.
  • Check and record the voltage and current output noting the climatic conditions to ensure the system is working as expected.
  • Confirm start up and operation of the inverter and record voltage and current levels.
  • Record the total kWh produced and compare with previous inspections.
  • Check and record open circuit voltage and current levels.
  • Ensure all safety information and safety labels are in place.
  • Provide a full system report.
  • Clean the panels of dust and debris.

We recommend to be serviced annually. A service would include the following:

  • Inspect boiler and controls to make sure they’re working properly.
  • Check boiler for corrosion and leaks.
  • Take the casing off the boiler to inspect the main components.
  • Check the gas pressure.
  • Test the flue to make sure it’s not emitting any unsafe fumes and the seal surrounding this.
  • Clean the parts (if tests indicate that there is a requirement for this).
  • Ensure the casing is placed back on and check the seals.
  • Leave a checklist of information about your boiler’s safety.
  • Provide a Gas Safe Inspection Certificate confirming the analysis results of the test.
  • Where appropriate, we will leave a Gas Safe Warning notice if any aspects of the boiler are unsafe.
  • Test carbon monoxide and smoke alarms (if applicable).

We recommend to be serviced annually. A service would include the following:

  • Visually inspect the boiler and all associated pipes or areas (including your oil tank and supply pipe), to make sure that they comply with current safety regulations.
  • Inspect and clean out the flue.
  • Replace or clean the oil filters and oil nozzle.
  • Check for water in your oil tank.
  • Use a flue gas analyser to check combustion.
  • Check the supply pipe for any signs of leakage.
  • Remove the boiler casing and clean internal components (like the heat exchanger and burner).
  • Test all safety systems to make sure that they are functioning correctly (this includes any thermostats, pressure relief valves and burner lockout devices).
  • Ask if you have experienced any issues with the boiler.
  • Turn the boiler on to check that it is working correctly.
  • Once your service is complete the engineer will give you an OFTEC CD/11 form which lists everything that has been done as part of the service.

Speak with a member of the team today and we can talk through the options available for you.

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