Fault Finding Boilers Made Simple
***Its been called the boiler bible***
Now in its second year and regularly topping the power and resource charts on Amazon KDP, and Kobo which it a testament to its success.
A book which was created to help house holders get a basic understanding of what the fault with their boiler is before they source a gas engineer, therefore saving money and feeling more empowered. It is not for self-repa More
This book was created for anyone interested in combination boilers including home-owners who would like to gain a solid understanding of how their boilers operate.
This is really beneficial (and important) when it comes to sourcing a Gas Engineer. Most of us have read in the press that some Gas Engineers are charging extremely high prices for their services (some that are not even needed), therefore you will understand that there was a gap in the market for such a book as this.
* Save thousands
* Sniff out rip off engineers instanlty!!
* Feel in Control
* Knowledge is Power
* Students will pass their coursework easily
* Landlords discover how to lower your costs
* Home-Owners no more paying over the odds
This wonderful book eases the reader effortlessly through the main components, the operating sequence, and many of the possible faults. It is not too technical and I have steered away from unnecessary information, although there is a section on safety. Once the reader has had time to take in all of the information they will realise that they are now in control and have built the confidence to go and source a Gas Engineer. When you know what you are talking about there is no chance of you getting over charged. The book will be useful in both Europe and the USA.
Social landlords would also benefit from this book, as would students of Gas Installation and Gas Engineers who are starting off on their own and need to gain some confidence.
The book is going to be a resource in your home for many years and could save you an awful amount of cash over that time. This book, not the phone, is the first thing you will need to reach for the next time your boiler suddenly stops working.