When you are considering a temporary boiler hire, there are a number of things to consider before you make the decision.
– Cost: The overall cost of hiring a temporary boiler depends on several factors, including the size and duration of the job. If you require a boiler for a long period of time and need to hire it for more than one day, then this may be more expensive than hiring for just one day.
– Location: If your property is located in an area with low ambient temperatures or high humidity levels, then you may want to consider using an alternative heat source rather than relying on your temporary boiler hire. If you have elderly people living in your property who have health issues due to poor ventilation, then it’s important that they don’t have to deal with these conditions when they’re not at home.
– Safety: During cold weather periods where there’s snow on the ground or ice on the roads, it can be dangerous for people to be outside without proper clothing and footwear on their feet. If your property is located close enough to an airport or train station where they operate during these times of year, then it’s best if everyone stays indoors until there’s no risk of frostbite or hypothermia (i.e., below freezing).
– Space: Another thing that you should think about is whether or not there is enough room for the boiler and its pipework. You should also make sure that there is enough space for all of the other equipment such as radiators or heaters and any other items which might be needed around your property. If there isn’t enough room then it could be very difficult to set up a temporary boiler in your home or business premises.
The size of your property: If you have a large property, it will be much harder for a company to install and maintain the boiler in time for you to use it. It is important to remember that this is not just about the size of your property – it’s also about how busy your property is.
The type of installation required. Do you need a stand-alone system or one that can be connected to an existing central heating system? What kind of payment terms are offered by the company? Are they flexible? How long do they guarantee their work for?
The type of boiler required. If you have an old boiler which needs replacing, then it’s worth looking at whether it’s possible to get a cheaper new model rather than replacing the whole system at once.