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Ableforce are always happy to help but you may find what you need in our frequently asked questions.

Our most frequently asked questions

ABLEFORCE puts you in the driving seat. We let you choose a new product that’s right for your home, choose the installation date online that suits you. 

Instead of sending a salesperson to carry out a survey of the property we ask you to fill in a few questions online that help us decide which product best suits you. 

Its fast, easy, simple and can be done from the comfort of your home. 

Fill out your online quotation 

Take our simple survey which enables us to chose the right product for you

Choose the right boiler for you

Our quote system will reccomend a selection of  packages which will best suit you, letting you chose The One. 


You can chose our monthly plans starting at £9.99 per month.

Select your boiler installation date

When you know what package you require, you will then be able to select a date which best suits you. 

We Install

Then your certified, skilled installer will arrive to get set up. All installers are qualified, experienced professionals. 

Yes, when you have paid your deposit, set up a monthly payment plan or signed your finance agreement with our lender, Ableforce will contact you to confirm your installation is booked and confirm an installation date with you. 

Not directly from Ableforce, however, you will receive a manufacturers guarantee.

Every new boiler installed by Ableforce comes with a manufacturers guarantee of up to 12 years.

Yes. Each and everyone of our installers are professional, experienced central heating engineers with the Gas Safe certification. 

All staff are also DBS checked for added peace of mind. 

Our engineer will come to your home with everything they’ll need to carry out the works for the boiler installation at the time and date agreed with you previously.
You’ll need to be at the property to allow our engineer access. Your engineer will talk you through the extent of the work they will carrying out, so you know what to expect when it’s carried out and after the work has been completed.

Combi boilers or Combination boilers are the most popular type of system used in the UK in most households. 

Combi boilers are efficient and also cost a lot less in heating bills. Thus being said, they only heat water when it is required, rather than storing it in a tank. 

They are small and compact as they do not require a hot water tank meaning they can be fitted in most places in your home. 

We would suggest a replacement, a repair can sometimes be as expensive as a brand new boiler. Repairing an old boiler could be a quick fix but could also breakdown rapidly meaning, you have spent money on a repair and then may have to replace relatively soon after your repair. 

A boiler replacement is usually more efficient and more reliable, with also comes with up to a 12 year guarantee. meaning your manufacturer will repair it with no extra charge. 

We can provide a brand new A-rated boiler from £1,550.

We would provide:

  • a brand new A-rated boiler
  • A brand flue
  • All the correct fixtures and fitting with correct safety attachments
  • Installation by one of our friendly, Gas safe registered engineers


Give us a call on 01732 495 002 or visit our boiler quote page to get your easy and instant online boiler quote.

No, all of our engineers will use dustsheets to protect the area they’re working on. Making sure its always clean and tidy. If mess is made the engineer has a hoover and appropriate cleaning equipment, making sure your home is left exactly the same as when they arrived.

Thermostatic radiator valves or TRV’s, are controls for your radiators. 

TRV’s sense the air temperature around them and regulate the flow of water through the radiator which they are fitted to. They do not control your boiler. 

These should be set to a level that gives you the room temperature you require. 

TRV’s also let you turn the heating off in a specific room for example, in a roof your not using, without turning off the heating within the whole property. 

A flue is a pipe, like a chimney, that carries waste from your boiler, outside. You can see your flue exit (the part of the flue that comes out of your house) on the wall or roof of your property. 

Flues can be either square or round in shape. 

If your flue is less than 2 meters off of the ground, or underneath a carport or shelter, it will be covered by a guard. This will usually be a piece of wire mesh covering the end of the flue exit. 

Yes. As part of the installation process your engineer will carry out a MagnaCleanse flush on your whole heating system to ensure optimum efficiency and protects your heating system. The MagnaCleanse uses powerful specially designed system that uses powerful magnets to extract rust debris from your system. 


Once your engineer has completed the MagnaCleanse Flush the system will be filled with fresh water and inhibitor added which will protect your system against corrosion and limescale deposition. 

Still have questions?

Head over to our contact us page to chat with one of our highly qualified team, who will be more than happy to help.

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