With summer in full swing, you may be thinking that now isn’t the right time to upgrade your boiler. After all, the summer heat is keeping your building space warm. However, now is actually the perfect time to be thinking about an upgrade.
Summer Is When Most Heating Systems Start Having Problems
Because most sytems see little use at warmer times of year, they sit idle. And this is when they tend to develop problems. Boilers are designed to be continually running, and they undergo a lot of stress when they’re constantly turned on and off. Over time, this stress builds up and can cause systems to fail, causing many more problems and hefty bills. It’s crucial to ensure your systems are well maintained and still running optimally.
Less Impact on Your Working Environment
When you upgrade your heating, it’s inevitable that you will be without heat for a while during the work. During the summer months, this will have little impact on your working conditions; after all, the sunshine should be doing that for you. But if you were to change in the winter, you would have to deal with a freezing cold space for a while. And probably some upset employees.
Get a Great Deal on Heating Systems
The summer months tend to be a lot quieter for heating engineers, with fewer emergency callouts. Therefore, there tends to be a lot of great deals popping up. In addition, it’s more likely that your upgrade could happen much quicker – with a less busy schedule comes reduced waiting times.
If you would like to upgrade your boiler, we at Winrow are experts in commercial heating systems with over 30 years’ experience in the industry. We provide heating in a wide range of buildings from warehouses and factories to sports halls, garages and retail units. Contact us today for a FREE quote.
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