Gas central heating boilers produce carbon monoxide, like many other heating devices.
Hence, if there are any signs of carbon monoxide it is important to take action immediately.
Most people, however, will not notice the leak. Carbon monoxide is a silent killer that you do not know you are inhaling. It is odourless but poisonous – and leads to asphyxiation.
So how you do you notice the signs of carbon monoxide? One of the most obvious signs is a yellow or orange flame.
Stains of burning fuel on appliances such as gas central heating boilers and cooking stoves is also an indicator. You might also look for slowly burning woods, blocked chimneys and finding it difficult to light flames.
It is easy to miss these signs, which is why it you should regularly check for leaks and hire professionals to check them for you.
Annual inspections ensure all the issues related to your gas central heating boilers are easily resolved before they cause any problems.
In addition to this, they will also help lengthen the life of your central heating boilers.
Proper maintenance is very important after making your initial purchase. Keep them properly maintained, saving money in the process.
Modern gas boilers are the most popular central heating system used throughout Europe and are extremely efficient in providing just enough heat to warm up your home without spending too much on energy source.
Modern central heating boilers are extremely efficient and many manufacturers claim they run at 97% efficiency.
Combination central heating boilers are among the most popular, providing heating on demand, without a need a water heating tank. They work best in smaller households.
UK residents are required to have their gas boilers inspected every year to ensure safety.
This responsibility falls on landlords to ensure this happens every 12 months to keep their tenants safe.