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What Causes Low Boiler Pressure?

If you are experiencing low boiler pressure

It is important to take action and have the issue repaired as soon as possible. This can cause problems with your boiler and may even lead to a breakdown.

The Causes of Low Boiler Pressure

There are a few different reasons that low boiler pressure can occur. One of the most common causes is a leak in the system. This can be due to several factors, such as a cracked pipe or a faulty valve.

Another common cause of low boiler pressure is the system’s build-up of scale or sludge. Again, this can happen over time and will need to be removed by a qualified engineer.

How to Fix Low Boiler Pressure

If you have low boiler pressure, getting it fixed as soon as possible is crucial. It is always best to call in a qualified engineer.

One of the first things you should check is for any leaks in the system. If you find a leak, it is important to have it repaired as soon as possible.

Servicing Your Boiler

It is essential to have your boiler serviced regularly. This will help keep it running smoothly and prevent any problems.

If you are having problems with your boiler, it is always best to call in a Gas Safe registered engineer. They will be able to carry out any necessary repairs and advise you on how to keep your boiler running smoothly.