Jewell home gas services

Primary trade Gas / Heating engineer
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Jewell home gas services

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About Jewell home gas services

I offer a professional, friendly, value for money service, carry out central heating installations from Combi swaps, to full heating installations and upgrades. I service and fix all domestic gas appliances I'm Worcester accredited installer but install any make or model of boiler and also repair and service any boiler, fire or cooker. We also offer emergency call outs 24-7 there are also no deposit finance options available for new boilers or expensive repairs.

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Jewell home gas services rated for Floor fitters in Liverpool

5

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129 total ratings 2 last 30 days 14 last 6 months 31 last 12 months

14 Oct 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Really pleased with the work carried out by Dave. Nice reliable guy who turned up when he said he would and kept me well informed throughout. Good job carried out at a fair price, I will definitely use Dave again for any plumbing/heating issues.

, CH42

09 Oct 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Really good job, Dave was really thorough and helpful.

, WN1

19 Sep 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Really nice guy, obviously knows his stuff. Gave us lots of useful advice.

, SK8

29 Aug 2019

Plumber

This wasn’t by any means an easy job but Dave just got on with it and we couldn’t be more please with the final result. Highly recommend Jewel Home Gas Services.

, WA8

22 Aug 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Brilliant- thank you, I’ll use you again (next time I break something!)

, M24

17 Aug 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Can't speak highly enough of dave,explained everything about the problem with my c.h.system,and fixed the problem in no time.would highly recommend dave to anyone who needs a heating engineer

, L9

21 Aug 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Dave went above and beyond, got the job done faster and cheaper than I originally anticipated. Also offered on a separate issue unrelated to the job. Will defo use again.

, CH44

17 Aug 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Dave and Richie were very good at central heating and also provided free comedy. Great company, very professional, reliable, value for money and fun people. Installing a complete new heating system in a house with no electricity is a challenge which they achieved effortlessly. We would definitely use them again and wish them all the very best.

, WA4

17 Jul 2019

Plumber

Dave and his mate did a wonderful job I would highly recommend them for anyone else who requires central heating work

, SK3

08 Jun 2019

Gas / Heating engineer

Very helpful, brilliant service

, CH63

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Jewell home gas services answered questions about Floor fitters in Liverpool

's question
Tue 5 Sep 2017 15:41pm

I'm renovating my house (3 bed/2 bath) and will be installing a full new plumbing/heating system. The house is supplied with natural gas. Downstairs will have piped underfloor heating (using around 7kW output) and upstairs will have 5 medium sized radiators. The water flow rate at the mains is really high (47L/min). My wife has requested that the shower be really powerful. I will install a shower head which allows a high flow rate, and run the DHW pipes in 22mm, but could you advise me on the best boiler for the job of providing a large flow of hot water. There is currently only 2 of us living at the property and we don't want to install a how water cylinder. We just want a combi which will provide a fully 'drenching' shower. I normally install vaillant or worcesters so would prefer one of those. I was thinking about the Vaillant 938 which can provide 20L/min, but once the stored hot water is used this will drop, and this won't take long if I have a powerful shower. Can you advise?

  • David Jewell's Answer
    Wed 6 Sep 2017 21:32pm

    Hi David I'd go with the Worcester 550cdi, 25 ltrs per minute, floor standing but great piece of kit

's question
Fri 31 Mar 2017 13:47pm

Hi, We are in the process of buying a house (1940s Semi) in a rural village which has no mains gas supply. The previous occupant was a single elderly lady who got by with three storage heaters and an immersion heater. We are a young couple and seeing this as a future family home and therefore want to install a futureproof system that's not going to cost a fortune to run. However, we may sell if work requires in a few years so do want to be conscious of not spending too much upfront if we won't see it back. We know we definitely want a log burner which has a heater element which we will use to provide space heating and hot water during the winter. This has led us down the thermal store route. The question is what do we do for the rest of the year when we don't want to light a log fire to get hot water. We have considered: Air source heat pumps - but think the capital outlay is too great and the results seem mixed. Plus the lower heat supplied would still need topping up by immersion heaters to provide the hot water we need. Solar Thermal - as we are using a thermal store I understand that the system wouldn't qualify for RHI which makes the savings seem less viable. Oil boiler - we have space for an oil tank on the plot but I would be put off by the visual impact and would think a future buyer might too. How much would a system for installing a tank and boiler cost? We are planning an extension so trying to find somewhere to put the boiler which then wouldn't get moved after/during the extension is also a challenge. Solar PV and Diverter to Immersion Heaters in the thermal store - can still claim the feed-in-tarrifs for solar and get paid for 50% export where may not be exporting any if all going to heating water. Also means the power gets used to heat the water even if we are out during the day. With the wood burner taking care of winter, this seems quite nice for picking up the spring, summer and early autumn months. Would have to rely on immersion for cloudy days though. All of the above will require wet central heating putting in at more cost, but think that would be the only way to make most use out of the wood stove, otherwise we'd just end up with lots of hot water in the winter and a big bill for immersion heating for hot water in the summer (we both like long showers). Which technology would be best to invest in? Or are we best just updating to new modern electric heaters and getting a better storage tank and insulation for the hot water. Need to find the happy medium between initial outlay and ongoing running costs. Any advice gratefully received.

  • David Jewell's Answer
    Sat 1 Apr 2017 22:36pm

    You can have a heating system put in with hot water cylinder and it doesn't require a flu, works on exactly the same principle with water in the radiators etc.

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Jewelll home gas services
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