Call out Manager Tom has 2 Boiler Services in East Grinstead RH19 this morning and so that’s the West Sussex area Covered on this bright and beautiful morning. Tom, our Boiler breakdown Specialist then has two gas safety inspections in RH7 to and and issue them both with CP12 Landlord gas safety Certificates, then hes on to Maidstone ME14 that’s not to mention various quotes he has to do too.
Matthew has a full day of quotations, finishing large installations and the clearing up of loose ends and Daniel is pricing a gas fire installation in Penshurst TN11 this afternoon not before a call in TN6 this morning for a boiler service, a cylinder to look at in Tonbridge TN12
So that’s a real mixture of Plumbing and Heating work in Kent Sussex and Surrey today a good part of the South East of England.
On the note above of Ideal Boilers here’s a little history on Them.
A History of Ideal Boilers
1920s TO MID 1930s ‘O SERIES’ Open Fire Domestic Boiler.
One of the first British designs was the Ideal Cookanheat. This was a revolutionary designed, freestanding stove that combined an open fire, central heating boiler, cooking oven and hot cupboard all in one unit. The Ideal Cookanheat did more to introduce central heating into lower cost homes than any other similar appliance.
This model was another early boiler whose main purpose was to provide enough hot water supply for the homeowner. Interestingly, later versions provided a choice of matte colour: grey, green or brown. An additional extra was to have a cream enamelled front platework, with top plate, smokehood and baseplate enameled black – although this represented an extra cost. It is clear that in the 1920s, Ideal Boilers was already giving customers choice