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  • Replacement Radiators

    Replacement Radiators

    Replacement Radiators

    Damaged or not, you can benefit from replacing your old heating radiator, especially if you are using the unit for more than fifteen years or you have just moved into a property with a radiator that has been installed for decades and does not receive regular maintenance.

    The constant development in modern technology has resulted in more efficient, effective, and economical radiators. By replacing an old radiator with a modern unit, you are ensuring your family’s safety and saving money on electric bills.

    Signs that you need replacement radiators

    A leak on your radiator is one of the most obvious signs that it is damaged and probably needs a replacement. Not addressing this problem as soon as possible can result in many disasters. A burst radiator can flood your home, causing water damage to your flooring, furniture, and other parts of your home. On top of the radiator replacement cost, you will end up spending more on your home damage repair if this happens.

    Another reason to have your damaged home heating radiator replaced is the risk of fire. An unsafe heater can cause a fire or pollute your home with deadly air pollutants. Prevent damage from escalating further by having your heating radiator replaced right away.

    Why Choose Bennett Heating

    Don’t compromise your family’s safety by denying your old or damaged radiator its much-needed attention. Unless you are a skilled and certified technician, you should not perform the ugly and time-consuming work to save money. Ensure safety by hiring only the experts.

    Suppose you are looking for heating contractors who understand the importance of safety and efficiency. In that case, Bennett Heating is the best choice. Our certified technicians carry out all sizes of replacement radiator installations for household and commercial properties.

    Contact us today for enquiries and appointment requests.

  • Underfloor Heating Installations

    Underfloor Heating Installations

    Underfloor Heating Installations

    Underfloor heating is the most common type of heating installed in newly built houses in the UK, that the number of projects has jumped up hugely these past few years.

    Eliminating the need for radiators all over the house is among the primary reasons why modern homeowners choose underfloor heating. Gone are the days when bulk radiators ruin your home’s aesthetics. With good design and proper installation, you can live comfortably and conveniently at your home while getting the most of its beautiful interior space.

    Key Benefits of Underfloor Heating

    More than the aesthetics, there are many benefits in choosing underfloor heating for your property.

    Energy Efficient – underfloor heating is developed using the latest technology. It is far more energy-efficient and cost-effective than the old-fashioned heating systems.

    Consistent comfort – underfloor heating’s temperature is consistent throughout the room, so you will not have a problem with a particular corner being cooler or warmer than the other.

    Low maintenance – as long as designed and fitted correctly, underfloor heating hardly ever requires maintenance.

    Temperature flexible – with underfloor heating, each room will have its dedicated thermostat, allowing people to manage their own room’s temperature. This can also help you save by turning the thermostat off or keeping the temperature low in rooms rarely used.

    Hygienic – underfloor heating keeps your floor environment warm, minimising dust mites and other unwanted creatures from crawling and breeding in.

    Frees up space – since there are no more radiators in different areas of your home, your home will look clean. You can also use the extra space for furniture or other home decorations.

    Why Bennett Heating

    Our underfloor heating specialist will design and install the best underfloor heating system to suit your requirements and lifestyle. We can help you enjoy a high standard of overall comfort through a high-quality and efficient underfloor heating solution.

  • Central Heating Installations

    Central Heating Installations

    Central Heating Installations

    Nothing is more terrifying than spending the winter season struggling with the cold temperature inside your home so getting central heating for your property is always an excellent decision.

    However, the installation is a huge and complex task that only skilled and licensed technicians should be involved in. Otherwise, your heating system might not function properly or even break down without notice. If that happens, a costly repair or premature replacement would be necessary – something that we would want to prevent as much as possible.

    3 Main Types of Heating Systems

    Conventional Central Heating

    Although rarely used in modern homes, you can still find conventional heating systems in many older buildings and homes in the UK. This type of system uses water storage tanks usually installed in the loft. A boiler is installed and plugged into your mains and is used to heat the water on the tank to supply your home’s water and heat demand.

    Combi Boiler Systems

    The Combi boiler is currently the most popular and widely-used heating system. Due to their compact nature and efficiency, combi boilers are more advantageous for family homes where installing a water tank is difficult. This heating system uses the latest technology and has more complicated workings, so only approved technicians can perform its installation and repairs.

    Pressurised Central Heating System

    This type of heating system is very similar to combi boilers. But instead of a boiler, a water cylinder is used to heat the water. The installation process also involves a very detailed method that only professional technicians should perform.

    Why Hire Bennett Heating

    Since there are different central heating systems, it is always a good idea to learn which one would suit your property best. Experienced and licensed technicians, like our team at Bennett Heating, can provide honest and reliable advice on which heating system you need.

    Contact us today to speak to our specialists.

  • Heated Towel Rail Fitting

    Heated Towel Rail Fitting

    Heated Towel Rail Fitting

    A heated towel rail is an excellent and convenient investment because the UK’s weather is almost cold and wet throughout the year. It gets rid of the damp and smelly towel hanging at the back of your bathroom door. Besides being efficient and convenient, it also makes a great decoration for your bathroom.

    Convenient. A heated towel rail can help you save on water and electricity bills. Since it dries your towels directly, there is no need to wash them so often, thus saving you from using water and a tumble dryer to dry them up.

    Hygienic. Since the bathroom is a wet environment, mouldy and smelly towels are a problem and can pose health risks. Especially during the winter season, the absence of sunlight makes it easier for moulds to grow. A heated towel rail will dry out towels and make them hygienic by keeping them well-aired so no bacteria and moisture can accumulate.

    Stylish. Because of its stylish, sleek design, a heated towel rail also makes an excellent decoration for your bathroom. They come in different styles and designs, so there are plenty of options for you to choose from, depending on your preference.

    Bennet Heating Heated Towel Rail Fitters

    Unless you are a technician, performing a DIY heated towel rail installation can be a challenge. Like any other type of electrical appliance, proper installation and safety precautions must be performed carefully. At Bennet Heating, we are the best team to call if you need help fitting heated towel rails in your bathroom.

    We are a team of certified technicians who professionally and efficiently carry out heating services for all sizes of properties. We also provide recommendations should you need help in choosing the right heated towel rail for your bathroom.

    Chat with our specialists by contacting us today.

  • Gas Safety Inspections

    Gas Safety Inspections

    Gas Safety Inspections

    Although gas safety inspection only takes up an hour to complete, it is one of the essential things that Gas Safety Registered technicians do for landlords and homeowners annually.

    If you are to rent a house, one of the things that you have to check out is if the landlord has obtained a gas safety certificate. Without it, landlords are not allowed to let their properties. Not only is it illegal, but using the property without being checked for gas safety poses a huge risk to your health and safety.

    How Gas Safety Inspection is Performed

    The inspection is performed by a Gas Safe registered heating engineer. He will check if the heating system and all gas appliances are in good working condition and do not show any sign of problem. Included in the inspection is to check if the ventilation is in full working order and if the safety devices are working efficiently.

    In case of issues found, the heating engineer will take preventive measures, such as switching off the gas appliance. He will then record and explain the faults and issue a notice. Only the licensed engineer can remove the notice during his follow-up visit when the faults are already fixed.

    Bennett Heating’s Gas Safe Registered Engineers

    Through detailed assessment of your heating system and appliances, you can ensure the safety of your property and avoid hazards caused by a faulty heating system, such as carbon monoxide poisoning and fire accidents. If no faults are found during the inspection, a Gas Safety certificate will be provided to you upon completion.

    Let our Gas Safe Registered engineers keep you, your loved ones, and your investments safe by hiring us to perform your gas safety inspection needs. Contact us today to book an appointment with our specialists.

  • Energy-Efficient Advice

    Energy-Efficient Advice

    Energy-Efficient Advice

    Heating is an essential part of every household in the UK. With that being said, it is also one of the biggest energy drains, taking up more than half of a household’s energy consumption. Of course, it is only natural that we want to keep our home warm and cosy, especially during the cold season.

    But wouldn’t it be fantastic if we won’t be paying through the nose for it?

    By making your home energy-efficient, you can save money on your utility bills while also helping the environment by reducing your carbon monoxide emissions. Since energy prices keep increasing, keeping your home energy efficient will also help you enjoy the warmth and comfort at home while keeping your bills to a minimum.

    Tips on Making Your Home Energy Efficient

    The first step to making your home energy efficient is using an efficient and cost-effective heating system. Unless your home is newly built, you may be using a heating system that is not as efficient as the modern ones. If your boiler has been installed for over 15 years, changing it to a modern, greener version will bring excellent results. Other than that, you can also change the way you use your heating and keep your whole house well-insulated.

    Getting a smart heating control is also one of the most cost-effective ways of making your home energy efficient. This intelligent and hassle-free solution lets you control your heating at home even when you are away.

    Get Expert Advice from Our Specialists

    At Bennett Heating, we aim to provide clients the best energy-efficient solution to suit their needs. Our specialists can give you expert advice and reliable options to improve energy efficiency in your home and save money on fuel bills.

    Call us today and speak to one of our specialists.

  • Boiler Installation

    Boiler Installation

    Boiler Installation

    Boiler installation is a major task. Aside from the fact that it is costly and you will be using it for so many years, an installation gone wrong can be catastrophic and fatal. So if you are considering installing your boiler on your own to save money, sooner or later, you might end up regretting your decision.

    Regardless of how large or small your boiler installation project is, you should hire professionals to take charge of the task. Their wealth of knowledge and experience can give you a guarantee that your boiler is installed correctly and safely.

    Professional Boiler Installation

    A professional boiler installation is a long-term investment. A huge amount of safety regulations has to be adhered to when working on it. It is something that only professionals can do, considering that they have been trained for the job and have been working on these things on a daily basis.

    Aside from their knowledge and skills, professional engineers are equipped with the necessary tools to install boilers properly and risk-free. They can also provide you with important information and guidelines on keeping your boiler in good condition for a long time.

    Bennett Heating Licensed Engineers

    Since there is a vast array of boiler types and brands available in the market, deciding which one to purchase for your home can be challenging. At Bennett Heating, our specialists can take away your stress. We provide expert advice on which type of boiler suits your property and lifestyle best.

    Our services are not limited to boilers. We carry out a wide array of heating services for all sizes of domestic properties. We are Gas Safe registered engineers, which means you can expect a high level of workmanship and professionalism.

    Contact us today to receive a quote.


To ensure our customers receive a high standard of workmanship, experience and professionalism, our company is accredited and monitored by several trade and industry bodies.

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Our Services Include:

  • Replacement radiators
  • Underfloor heating installations
  • Heated towel rail fitting
  • Central heating installations
  • Gas safety inspections
  • Energy efficient advice
  • Boiler installation