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Commercial Boiler Installation London
Commercial Boiler Installation London

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A commercial boiler installation involves setting up a large-scale boiler system in a business or industrial setting, such as hotels, office buildings, or factories. This process includes selecting the appropriate boiler based on heating requirements, fuel type, and efficiency needs. The installation involves integrating the boiler with existing HVAC and plumbing systems, ensuring compliance with safety codes and regulations. Professionals handle tasks like connecting gas lines, wiring controls, and installing necessary venting. Proper installation is crucial for optimal performance, energy efficiency, and longevity of the system. It may also include ongoing maintenance and inspection services to ensure gas safe compliance and building regulations. We provide 24 hours commercial boiler replacement in Central London, West London, East London, North London, South London, Surrey, Kent & Essex

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Instant Electronic Reports & Site Notes

Our services encompass both planned preventive maintenance (PPM) and reactive maintenance reporting, along with maintaining an engineers’ log and facilitating quotations for additional works. We provide electronic job sheets, service sheets, and gas safety inspections, ensuring they are signed and emailed upon completion.

Gas Safe & Refcom Accredidation

Choose us for our Gas Safe and Refcom certifications, ensuring compliance and safety in every project. Our certified technicians guarantee quality service, adhering to industry standards for gas safety and refrigeration. With us, you can trust that your facilities are in expert hands, prioritizing safety and regulatory compliance.


Commercial Boiler Installation London

We cover all of the M25, Central London, West London, East London, North London and South London.

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Looking for the right company to carry out your commercial boiler installation can a difficult task. As there are many technicalities required in a commercial boiler room fit out. Each individual aspect of the installation requires a speciality and the cost of the entire installation leaves no margin for errors. That’s why choosing the correct company to carry out the job is of most high important. Your average local domestic plumbers are just not cut out for this type of installation with large sized pipework which requires steel threading and welding. At UK Gas Plumbers we employ only the best pipe fitters and welders for commercial boiler plant room installation and commissioning. Once a quotation is accepted our commercial boiler installers and pipe fitters will attend your premises to drain down, dismantle and strip out your existing commercial boilers and sections of pipework safely. All waste are immediately removed from site or placed in a skip for scrape metal. 

To book a free quote and sit survey of your commercial boiler replacement, contact UK Gas Plumbers Today

Commercial Pipework Welding and Fabrication

A non-domestic boiler with an rated output of above 70KW is seen as a commercial gas boiler. Also you could have multi boilers of lower output 30kw in series and this can also be noted as a commercial boiler installation. We make gas safe notifications and issue a building compliance and regulations certificate on complete. We also register your manufacturers warranty on your behalf.

We provide 12 month Labour Guarantee
Full user instruction and how to operate on completion
Public Liability and Employers Liability Insurance
Commercial Gas Safe Registration 582607
Our In-House Abilities and Skills. 
Steel or Copper Pipe Fitting and Welding
Heating System Chemical Flushing
Pressurisation and Expansion Vessels Calculations
Correct Sizing of industrial heating pump
Gas pipe sizing calculations and reruns. 
Commercial flue installation
BMS Control Panel Installation and updating

We also provide a planned preventive maintenance of your commercial heating system. 

Commercial Boiler Installation

We cover all of the M25, Central London, West London, East London, North London and South London.
What Is a Commercial Boiler?

From hospitals and schools to offices and blocks of flats, a variety of buildings rely on commercial boilers to provide heating. From their size and output to the fuel they burn, these appliances can differ from domestic units largely due to their purpose.

There are many sizes and outputs of boilers. It is crucial to find the one that best suits your needs. This can be done by arranging for an expert to visit your premises and carry out a site survey.

Output is measured in kilowatts (kW). A commercial boiler is usually larger than 70kw, which makes it ideal for premises such as offices, colleges, health centres, leisure centers, warehouses and factories.

Energy efficiency is a key factor when selecting a commercial boiler. A highly efficient boiler will save you money on your annual fuel costs, and will also reduce your carbon footprint.

Thermal efficiency is another important feature that you should consider when choosing a commercial boiler. This means that the boiler will be able to adjust its firing rate accordingly, so that it can meet the variable heating demands of your building’s occupants without using too much fuel.

As with any mechanical equipment, regular maintenance is essential for a commercial boiler to operate at its peak performance. Preventative maintenance is essential to avoid problems or breakdowns. Professional technicians will be able identify potential problems that may not have been identified during routine inspections.

What is the Life Expectancy of a Commercial Boiler?

A commercial boiler is a vital piece of equipment for many schools, factories, offices and multi-tenant housing buildings. It can be a costly item to maintain, and it’s important to get the right one for your facility.

A boiler will typically last between 15 and 30 years. However, there are a number of warning signs that it’s time for an upgrade.

Uneven Temperatures: If the boiler is heating some areas more than others, it may be due to a control issue or it may need replacing. If this is the case, a professional engineer will be able to identify the cause and tell you if a repair is necessary or if it’s time to replace.

Energy Costs Increase: As the boiler ages, it becomes less efficient and can lead to higher bills for the business. It is worth replacing the boiler as it may be cheaper to do so.

Boilers also lose efficiency if they are not regularly maintained and checked by a gas safe engineer. You can do this on an annual basis to help prevent unexpected breakdowns, and increase the boiler’s life expectancy.

Leaks: If your commercial boiler leaks, it needs to be repaired immediately as it can pose a risk to both the boiler and the building itself. If the leak is severe, it can cause costly damage.

Only a professional Gas Safe registered engineer should carry out any installation on a commercial gas boiler. They will be able to identify the exact output required for your premises, ensuring that you receive the correct level of efficiency and heating/hot water requirements for your business.

Boiler older than 10 years – Although boilers can last a lifetime, eventually they will need to be replaced. It could be caused by a variety of reasons, such as the inability to heat the required level or frequent repairs.

Energy bills have increased significantly – As boilers get older, they become less efficient, and this can lead to higher energy bills for you and your customers. It is a sign it might be time for a replacement of your commercial boiler.

Have you noticed an improvement in indoor air quality? An inefficient boiler may be releasing carbon dioxide or other dangerous air pollutants into your environment. This can lead to health problems for your employees as well as visitors. High-efficiency boilers can reduce the emissions, which will help you to save on your utility bills and create a healthier environment for customers.

If you’re ready to upgrade your old boiler, contact us today to schedule a free estimate. We can walk you through your options and make recommendations on the best commercial boiler for your needs. We’ll also ensure that you get a reliable, affordable commercial boiler installation.

What’s the Difference Between a Commercial and Domestic Boiler?

Boilers are devices that heat water using oil or gas. A boiler is an essential part of every heating system. It can be used both in homes and business.

Commercial Boilers Versus Domestic ones

A commercial boiler is a larger and more powerful version of a domestic boiler, designed to heat large premises such as warehouses, factories, and offices. These boilers can reach 2500KW which is a lot higher than the residential ones.

When choosing a commercial boiler, it is crucial to consider energy efficiency. A high-efficiency model will use less fuel to produce the same amount of heat, which is an excellent way to save money on your energy bill year after year.

Size is another key factor to consider when selecting a boiler for your business. A commercial boiler will need to be able to heat multiple rooms across the building, so you’ll want to ensure it’s the right size for your needs.

The cost of commercial boilers is generally higher than domestic ones. This is because they need to be more powerful and have a larger footprint in order to support the high demands that are placed on them.

To ensure a commercial boiler is working properly, it should be serviced regularly by an experienced engineer. The appliance will undergo a thorough inspection to ensure compliance with all regulations. A performance test will also be performed. A professional can also help with any issues that may arise, such as a leak or broken component.

What Qualification Do You Need to Install a Commercial Gas Boiler?

Boilers combine gas and water, so it is essential to work with engineers who are trained in Gas Safe regulations. These engineers can perform routine safety checks on commercial boilers, as well as repair and service them.

How do you get started as a gas engineer?

The main way to become a gas engineer is by taking an apprenticeship. Apprenticeships last around 18 months and include both on-the job training and college education. Although they are highly sought-after because of the high salary, there is fierce competition for their places.

Alternatively, you can take part in fast track managed learning programmes that allow you to complete your qualifications in as little as 25 weeks. These courses don’t require you to have a GCSE, and they will also give you the skills you need to be able to pass the Gas Safe qualifications.

What other qualifications do you need to be a gas engineer?

. ForYou must be certified in gas engineering and accredited by the Accredited Certification System (ACS) to qualify. You can also pursue additional credentials that will enable you to focus on certain appliances.

Gas engineers need to keep up-to-date with current professional knowledge to retain their ACS. Your ACS must be renewed once every five years. It’s also a good idea for gas engineers to regularly review their training and certifications.

High efficiency condensing boilers heat your water using gas. Unlike a conventional boiler, a condensing boiler reclaims much of the heat that would normally escape from the flue gases it generates during combustion.

During the combustion process, gas mixed with air produces carbon dioxide, water vapor and heat energy in the form of heat and flue gases. Flue gases are expelled from the boiler via a vent pipe or chimney and then into the atmosphere. 

Condensing boiler are different because they use a modulating zero governor gas valve for air and mixture in the combustion chamber. This perfect mixture of air and gas is what creates a blue flame which releases condensation, hence the term condensing boilers.


A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gases emitted as a result of an individual’s, company’s or country’s activities. This includes both direct emissions as well as energy consumption in the production or consumption of goods and services.

Transportation and household energy (heating, cooling, cooking) contribute to a large part of an individual’s carbon footprint. This is because fuel combustion produces nitrous oxide and methane, two of the most common greenhouse gasses.

You can also affect your carbon footprint by choosing the right food. If you purchase small fruits that have been long-distance shipped from overseas, then the carbon dioxide produced in transport can increase your carbon footprint.

Electricity, made from fossil fuels, is also a big source of CO2 emissions. A person’s carbon footprint can be reduced by switching to a renewable energy source such as wind or solar power, which requires less electricity to operate.

Driving your car is another major contributor to a person’s carbon footprint. Your emissions can be significantly reduced by using public transportation, walking or carpooling to get to work.

In developed countries, the primary component of an individual’s carbon footprint is a combination of transportation and energy use. This is because cars, trucks and other vehicles need to be run with petrol or diesel that is derived from fossil fuels. Using these fuels is a significant cause of climate change and should be avoided at all costs. This is however not an easy task at this time. 

We can also provide means of off-setting your green houses gasses.

We cover Central London, West London, South London, East London, North London M25 and Nearby Counties.
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