Jan. 29, 2013
-- The Flue (http://www.discountedheating.co.uk/index.php?route=product/search&filter_name=flue)
is the part of your boiler system
that takes away the unsafe gasses and fumes and allows them to safely dissipate into the air outside. In some properties, primarily flats and apartments, Gas Boiler Flue Systems have been built into and behind walls and ceilings. In order to comply with The Gas Safety Installation and Use Regulations, flues must now be able to be inspected throughout their entire route. If your boiler is situated on an outside wall then it’s unlikely that you will have any problems; if you can see the whole flue anyway, you won’t have anything to worry about!
Gas Safety Engineers need to be able to view the flue in order to check that it is working efficiently and safely. A flue that is in bad condition or not working correctly is a health hazard and can put people in the home at risk from Carbon Monoxide poisoning – these new requirements have been introduced in the interest of you and your family’s safety
You can find the article in full on our blog: http://www.discountedheating.co.uk/blog/blog/changing-leg...