About Our Central Heating in Wivenhoe

Your central heating system in Wivenhoe is an important part of your home. It prevents your home from becoming cold & damp. AM GAS Services can service and repair all types of central heating and hot water including pressurised systems, open vented, combination boilers and condensing boilers. Well maintained central heating systems are energy efficient, preventing wasted gas, oil and electricity.

Central heating faults can typically lead to limited hot water supply as well as inefficient or inactive radiators throughout the property in Wivenhoe. Whether it is a faulty pilot light or an unreliable thermostat, AM Gas have the expertise to identify and resolve issues quickly. With AM GAS Services you are guaranteed the best job at a fair price, coupled with friendly expert advice and a warranty to cover any parts we use in repairing your system.

From a simple boiler service or repair in Wivenhoe, to replacing an old inefficient boiler or even a full heating system overhaul with even a renewable energy component in Wivenhoe – AM GAS Services can provide the right solution for you, at a competitive price too.
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Our Services in Wivenhoe

Boiler Servicing & Replacements
in Wivenhoe

Our team here at AM Gas Services, we specialise in Boiler Installation in Wivenhoe. We also cover area’s around Wivenhoe, Colchester, Harwich, Clacton 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 Wivenhoe. We also cover area’s around Wivenhoe, Colchester, Harwich, Clacton 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 Wivenhoe

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Facts About Wivenhoe

History

Wivenhoe developed as a port and until the late 19th century was effectively a port for Colchester, as large ships were unable to navigate any further up the River Colne, which widens here into its estuary. Wivenhoe had two prosperous shipyards. It became an important port for trade for Colchester and developed shipbuilding, commerce and fishing industries. The period of greatest prosperity for the town came with the arrival of the railway in 1863.

In 1884 the town suffered significant damage when it lay close to the epicentre of one of the most destructive UK earthquakes of all time – the 1884 Colchester earthquake. In 1890, there was a population of about 2,000 mostly engaged in fishing for oysters and sprats and in ship and yacht building. A dry dock was built in 1889 and extended in 1904, making it one of the largest on the East Coast; it was demolished in the mid-1960s. In the 1960s, Wivenhoe Park was chosen as the location for the University of Essex.

General

Wivenhoe is a town and civil parish in north eastern Essex, England, approximately 3 miles south east of Colchester. Historically Wivenhoe village, on the banks of the River Colne, and Wivenhoe Cross, on the higher ground to the north, were two separate settlements but with considerable development in the 19th century the two have merged. At the 2011 census the town had a population of 7,637, compared with 7,221 in 2001. The town’s history centres on fishing, ship building, and smuggling. Much of lower Wivenhoe is also a designated conservation area, with many streets being of particular architectural interest.

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