Running out of oil can cause air to enter the oil line. To fix this problem the boiler will need to be bled.
Check out our video below for tips on how to bleed your own oil boiler. Warning: Only attempt this if you’re completely confident. If you would prefer someone to do this for you, please contact us on 02890451010 and we can arrange for one of our qualified Oftec Engineers to attend your property.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a highly poisonous and sometimes deadly gas produced when fuels such as coal, wood, oil or natural gas are burned without sufficient air. It’s often emitted by appliances which haven’t been properly installed or maintained, so always ask a Gas Safe Registered engineer to install and service your gas appliances. CO is odourless, tasteless and invisible so it’s difficult to detect.
The symptoms of Carbon Monoxide poisoning can be similar to flu. If you suspect Carbon Monoxide Poisoning you may suffer from:
Flu Like symptoms that appear to get better when you are away from the area