New Boilers

If you are looking for a new boiler or a boiler replaced or repaired First Choice Heating are your Swindon local boiler installation and fitting company. We cover all aspects of boiler installations and repairs. We specialise in central heating installations and work on all types of boilers, heating systems and underfloor heating.

Selecting the right type of boiler for your home or small business can be a daunting task. There are a wide range of boilers available and each have different features based on the number of rooms required to heat, the number of bathrooms/showers you need/use and if you also are running underfloor heating has an impact on the type of boiler we would recommend.

Our Gas Safe registered engineers can arrange a no obligation visit to discuss what you’re looking for and recommend the best type of boiler. We can also look at any existing boiler too if in need of repair. Before your phone the “expensive alternatives”, why not talk to us before you decide;.


For New Boilers In Swindon Call
01793 467545

Gas Fitting

First and foremost with all of our gas installations is safety; carbon monoxide is as deadly as it is difficult to detect as a result all of our engineers are fully Gas Safe registered and would be happy to prove it upon request.

The building regulations in England and Wales make it a legal requirement for the local authority to be informed about the installation of a heat producing gas appliance e.g. boiler or fire, only a Gas Safe registered engineer can fit a new gas appliance, once a gas appliance has been installed it can only be notified by a Gas Safe registered engineer, this will comply with building regulations.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Poorly maintained, badly installed or faulty gas appliances can leak poisonous carbon monoxide. You can’t see it, taste it or smell it, but it can kill quickly with no warning.

Remember the six main signs and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning:

  1. Headaches
  2. Dizziness
  3. Nausea
  4. Breathlessness
  5. Collapse
  6. Loss of consciousness

 If these symptoms become less noticeable or disappear when away from home, this can be a sign that carbon monoxide is present.