Boiler Repairs in Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks

Book your repair online or speak to one of our experts for further assistance, and rest assured that we’ll promptly respond to your inquiries.

Just 3 Steps

To Your Problem Solved With Viking Heating


Answer a few simple questions about your boiler


Book your repair date


Our boiler expert will visit and fix the problem


Hourly RatesMonday to Friday (7:30AM – 5:00PM)Out of Hours / Weekends
Boiler Repair
All prices inc VAT
ServiceMonday to Friday (7:30AM – 5:00PM)
Boiler Service
Gas Certificate
Power Flush (up to 7 radiators)
Landlord Gas Certificate & Boiler Service
All prices inc VAT
ServiceMonday to Friday (7:30AM – 5:00PM)
Boiler Fault Diagnostics Test
Radiators (like for like)
Wireless Programmable Room Thermostat
Radiator Thermostats
2 and 3 Port valves Fitted
Central Heating Pumps
We accept all major credit/debit cards. Payment on job completion.

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 thermocouple 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.

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 Ilford. 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.