Boiler Repairs across Yorkshire

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Boiler Repairs For Pontefract

No heating or hot water? A boiler breakdown can happen to anyone at any time. At OneServ, we understand the importance of a properly functioning boiler and how frustrating it can be when it breaks down unexpectedly. That’s why we offer reliable and efficient boiler repairs to keep your home warm and comfortable all year round across doncaster, leeds and the surrounding areas.

When your boiler stops working – you need a boiler repair team you can trust. We are registered as Gas Safe and fully qualified to fix boilers and heating systems.

  • Boiler leaks
  • No water
  • Yellow flame
  • Low gas pressure
  • Broken controls
  • Timer not working
  • Non-firing boiler

These are all common faults that we repair straight away, but if you have other issues with your boiler, don’t hesitate to call us.

Professional Boiler Repairs

Boiler repairs should always be carried out by a qualified heating engineer to ensure the safety and efficiency of your boiler.


Our experienced heating engineers will identify any potential safety hazards and ensure that your boiler is functioning safely.


We will identify any faults with your boiler and make the necessary repairs to ensure it is working at maximum efficiency.


We have the expertise and knowledge to fix any type of boiler issue quickly and effectively, ensuring your heating system is up and running in no time.


Our professional boiler repair services will save you money in the long run by preventing any further damage to your boiler and prolonging its lifespan.

Steps to Take to Avoid Boiler Breakdowns

By taking proactive steps, you can maintain the efficiency of your boiler and reduce the likelihood of unexpected malfunctions

  • Regular Boiler Maintenance: Boiler servicing should be conducted annually. During these visits, an engineer will thoroughly examine your boiler, clean internal components, check for leaks, and identify any potential issues before they escalate into major problems.
  • Bleed Radiators: If you notice cold spots or uneven heating in your home, it may be necessary to bleed your radiators. By bleeding the radiators, you release trapped air, allowing hot water to flow freely and ensuring efficient heat distribution throughout your home.
  • Monitor Water Pressure: Low water pressure can affect the performance of your heating system, potentially leading to a breakdown. If the pressure is below the recommended level, consult your boiler’s manual or contact a professional to adjust the pressure to the appropriate range.
  • Install a Carbon Monoxide Detector: Carbon monoxide (CO) leaks can be extremely dangerous as the gas is odourless and colourless. Install carbon monoxide detectors in your home and regularly check the detectors to ensure they are functioning correctly, and replace batteries as needed. If a carbon monoxide detector sounds an alarm, evacuate your home immediately and contact emergency services.
  • Protect Pipes from Freezing: During colder months, take measures to prevent pipes from freezing, as frozen pipes can lead to boiler breakdowns. Insulate exposed pipes with insulation sleeves or heating tape to protect them from low temperatures.
  • Educate Yourself: Educating yourself about your boiler’s functioning and common maintenance practices can help you detect early signs of trouble and take appropriate action in a timely manner.

Boilers Repaired Quickly

We are confident we can get your boiler working properly again in no time. Our team is happy to fix boiler problems for combi, system and regular boilers.

Our team starts by checking your boiler and heating carefully before identifying the fault. Once we have pinpointed the problem we can let you know the cost of repairs and get to work quickly.

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Boiler Repair Fees

Boiler IssuesFixed Price Including VAT
Fan replacement£225
Plate Heat Exchanger£180
Gas Valve£200
Add a boiler service whilst on site£50
Fixed price boiler repair labour (upto 1hrs Labour)£80
Additional labour per 30 Mins£30
Boiler IssuesFixed Price Including VAT
Standard boiler service and Gas Safety Certificate£72
Full strip down service and Gas Safety Certificate£120
Fire service and Gas Safety Certificate£72 (£30 with a boiler service)
Backboiler service and Gas Safety Certificate£120
Power Flushing IssuesFixed Price Including VAT
System upto 8 Radiators£450
System upto 12 Radiators£510
Extra Radiators over 12£24 per extra radiator
Control IssuesFixed Price Including VAT
External Clock/Thermostat diagnostic/replacement labour£80
Replacement Controls IssuesFixed Price Including VAT
Honeywell T3R Thermostat (wireless)£94
Hive Active V3 1 channel (wireless/Smart)£190
Hive Active V3 2 channel (wireless/Smart)£190
Hive Mini (wireless/Smart)£140
Tado V3 2 channel (wireless/Smart)£130

Common Boiler Repair Issues

Every day, we encounter common issues that could be signs that your boiler requires repair. If you suspect that your boiler is not functioning correctly due to any of the following problems, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

If your radiators are not getting hot, or if you’re not getting any hot water from your taps or shower, this could indicate a problem with your boiler’s heat exchanger or pump.

Rattling, banging or other unusual noises coming from your boiler may be a sign of a problem with the pump, fan or heat exchanger.

If your boiler’s pilot light won’t light or keeps going out, this could indicate a problem with the thermo couple or gas valve.

A drop in your boiler’s pressure could be caused by a leak in the system or an issue with the pressure relief valve.

In colder weather, the condensate pipe that carries waste water from your boiler to the drain outside can freeze over, causing your boiler to shut down.

If your heating system won’t respond to changes in your thermostat settings, it could be a problem with the thermostat itself, or with the wiring connecting it to your boiler.

A leak in your boiler could be caused by a damaged seal, a corroded pipe, or a faulty pressure relief valve.

If your boiler keeps switching off before it reaches the desired temperature, it could be a sign of a faulty thermostat, pressure sensor or pump.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The time needed to repair a boiler can vary depending on the issue at hand. A professional technician will be able to provide a better estimate once they have assessed the problem.

If you’re uncertain about the issue, there’s no need to worry. Simply describe what you can observe or hear coming from the boiler. We’ll handle the rest once we arrive.

We understand that our customers are not expected to be experts in boilers; otherwise, they wouldn’t require our assistance. Any information you can provide before our visit would be highly valuable and greatly appreciated.

Before we proceed, we aim to reach an agreement on a fixed price quote. However, if that isn’t feasible, our pricing operates on an hourly basis. We have a minimum charge for one hour and fixed rates for specific services.

Our prices are competitive in comparison to other boiler repair services in Yorkshire. Additionally, there’s no need to be concerned as we do not levy any additional fees for emergency call-outs!

A room thermostat is a device used to regulate the temperature of a room by controlling a heating system. It works by sensing the temperature of the room and then sending a signal to the heating system to turn on or off as needed.

A combi boiler, or combination boiler, is a type of boiler that combines both heating and hot water functions in a single unit. It differs from other types of boilers in that it does not require a separate hot water storage tank, making it more space-efficient and convenient for smaller homes.