Lovekin specialise in domestic gas boiler servicing. We also service gas fires, air heaters and water heaters. We set high standards and send annual boiler service reminders. Many of our customers have been with us for over 20 years (one or two for over 25 years!) and we know most of our customers on first name terms
01252 334440 between 8.00 and 5.00 weekdays. Outside hours leave us a message and we’ll try to ring you back. If you prefer you can email us
We charge £88 including VAT for the first appliance and £64 inc VAT for each additional appliance except hobs, which are £48. But see our Neighbour discount! Repair work and parts are extra but we’ll always discuss it first. We provide an invoice when we finish the work and ask for payment at the time; cash, cheque or online transfer but we don’t take cards.
Sorry, we deal with mains gas only, not LPG, and only domestic gas appliances
If your neighbour wants a boiler service too we’ll give each of you a £10 discount if you have them done together. Just let us know when you ring to make a booking
We don’t work weekends but we know many of you are very busy so we offer timed appointments for your boiler service with an arrival time slot of up to an hour
Typical data from a gas boiler service combustion analysis. This analysis was taken after the boiler service and shows very clean combustion. The main burner pressure is the figure shown as Draught
Our gas boiler service is much more than a quick test with a flue gas analyser. With each gas boiler service we carry out various checks to ensure your safety. We check the location of the boiler, the condition and operation of the boiler flue and that there is sufficient air for combustion and cooling
During the boiler service we partially strip the boiler and check and clean the combustion chamber, heat exchanger, burner and injectors unless the manufacturers specify otherwise. When we re-assemble the boiler after service we check the condition of the combustion casing seals
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Two more sites worth looking at, both produced by Bryony, who works part-time with us:
GuildfordGuidebook.com is a site she’s developing about Guildford. She intends to make the site much bigger over the next few months but you can find a history timeline for Guildford, from 978 to 2012, quotes from William Cobbett and Lewis Carroll, information about Guildford shops, cinemas and theatres and the River Wey, Clandon Park, Guildford Castle, Guildford Cathedral and the Watts Gallery. There’s also a gallery of photographs of Guildford and the surrounding area.
Bryony also produces a photography web site with more of her pictures, BryonyRosa.com