About Our Boiler Servicing in Coggeshall

Boiler servicing in Coggeshall is an important safety expense for your home. For a relatively competitive price, any water leaks, gas leaks or developing problems can be detected early, saving larger, more expensive surprises usually when least expected. Many customers in Coggeshall receiving regular boiler maintenance experience trouble-free heating & hot water for many years.

Keep your boiler working safely and efficiently by arranging your Coggeshall boiler service with AM Gas Services. We offer a simple no obligation free quote and competitive prices for our service, with no hidden extras and carried out by fully trained and insured Gas Safe registered engineers. We carry out boiler services in Coggeshall and surrounding towns – no call out fees. Get in touch to arrange your boiler service.

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Boiler Servicing & Replacements
in Coggeshall

Our team here at AM Gas Services, we specialise in Boiler Installation in Coggeshall. We also cover area’s around Coggeshall, Colchester, Harwich, Frinton and surrounding areas nearby. From a simple straight swap in the same location to re-locating your boiler to a different room in the home. We also specialising in removing old back or floor standing boilers and converting your home to a modern combi boiler system.

We offer long term guarantees on all new boilers

Installed by fully trained gas safe registered engineers

Next day boiler installation available

Finance Available

Boiler Servicing & Replacements

Our team here at AM Gas Services, we specialise in Boiler Installation in Coggeshall. We also cover area’s around Coggeshall, Colchester, Harwich, Frinton and surrounding areas nearby. From a simple straight swap in the same location to re-locating your boiler to a different room in the home. We also specialising in removing old back or floor standing boilers and converting your home to a modern combi boiler system.

We offer long term guarantees on all new boilers

Installed by fully trained gas safe registered engineers

Next day boiler installation available

Finance Available

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Facts About Coggeshall

History

Coggeshall dates back at least to an early Saxon settlement, though the area has been settled since the Mesolithic period. There is evidence of a Roman villa or settlement before then and the town lies on Stane Street, which may have been built on a much earlier track. The drainage aqueducts of Stane Street are still visible in the cellar of the Chapel Inn today. Roman coins dating from 31 BC to AD 395 have been found in the area and Coggeshall has been considered the site of a Roman station mentioned in the Itineraries of Antoninus. Coggeshall is situated at a ford of the River Blackwater, part of another path running from the Blackwater Valley to the Colne Valley.

Coggeshall is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Cogheshal. The Manor of Coggeshall was owned by a Saxon freeman named Cogga, and at the time of its entry there was “a mill; about 60 men with ploughs and horses, oxen and sheep; woodland with swine and a swineherd, four stocks of bees and one priest”. William the Conqueror gave the Manor to Eustace, the Count of Boulogne. The modern history of Coggeshall begins around 1140 when King Stephen and his queen Matilda, founded a large Savigniac abbey with 12 monks from Savigny in France, the last to be established before the order was absorbed by the Cistercians in 1147.

General

Coggeshall is a small town of 4,727 residents in Essex, England, between Colchester and Braintree on the Roman road of Stane Street, and intersected by the River Blackwater. Although Coggeshall has a market and is a market town, the vast majority of the “villagers”, some of whom are third or fourth generation Coggeshall, insist on referring to it as a village. The population increased to 4,727 at the 2011 Census. It is known for its almost 300 listed buildings and formerly extensive antique trade.

Many local businesses, such as the White Hart Hotel and the Chapel Inn, have been established for hundreds of years. A market has been run every week on Market Hill since 1256 when a charter to do so was granted by Henry III. Coggeshall won the Essex Best Kept Village award in its category in 1998 and 2001–03; it was named Eastern England & Home Counties Village of the Year in 2003. Official brown coloured sightseeing/tourist road signs on the entry to the town from the A120 road still show Coggeshall as “Village of the Year”.

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