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Date:

15/03/2015

Name:

George Mellar

Email Address:

george.mellar@gmail.com

Comments:

Dear Mike,
Thank you for such an informative web site.
I came across it several years ago, by just putting Potterton Neaterheat into a search engine. And you know what I got.
I was so impressed I printed it all off for future reference.

As a retired Toolmaker who spent all my working life making Machines to produce parts that had never been made before and possible could not be made.Many to produce boilers for many of the boiler manufactures. Cars. Jet engines. I was accustomed to doing everything myself.
I bought an old house to restore, fitting solid fuel Central heating.
In 1989 I converted it to Gas by fitting a Potterton Neataheat. Its still going strong. Which is more than I can say for myself, I am getting a bit old now.
Keep up the good work. If my boiler gives out before me I will be back in touch.

 

 

 

Date:

04/03/2015

Name:

Glynis Bailey

Email Address:

glynis.bailey@btinternet.com

Comments:

Your punt for the GEC Nightstor and it's repairers is admirable however having been without heating for two months now I sadly cannot support their professionalism. Our element has gone and I believe that not only do they not have any in stock, neither did they have the metal to make the element. Very fortunately I am not a frail pensioner as otherwise I surely would not have survived the cold so far. At this late stage and due to the incredible lack of foresight and professionalism by the company I am strongly considering replacing the whole system so as not to be in a position of having to depend on them again in future

 

 

 

Date:

03/02/2015

Name:

Simon Hewitt

Email Address:

hewitt.sc@gmail.com

Comments:

Having in desperation googled the name of our boiler (Potterton Netaheat 16/22 Mk II, since you ask)after every plumber we contacted told us it couldn't be fixed and a new one was our only option, We telephoned mike for advice and he called back and was very helpful and quoted the likely cost of the repair and the journey (we're in South East London). He visited, ran through the diagnostics, asked me searching questions about the boiler's history etc then set about fixing it. As it happened we didn't need the £300 or so worth of spare parts which he had brought just in case, as he diagnosed and solved the problem in the first hour with a part costing £18 and refitted and tested in the next. We now have a boiler that works perfectly - it works better than it has done since we moved into the house a year ago. It seems from neighbours that the boiler was originally installed in 1978. During that time i must have spent tens of thousands in other houses on new boilers that lasted on average 5 or 6 years but which "couldn't be fixed" when they broke down.
I cannot recommend Mike's work highly enough he is not cheap but the value his skill represents is excellent and would be at double the price.

 

 

 

Date:

03/02/2015

Name:

Gwen Tregunno

Email Address:

None

Comments:

Very happy to recommend Mike the Boilerman, who took time to diagnose our faults (Potterton Suprima and Boilermate II) and fix them. Other suppliers had told us we needed to get a new boiler. Mike fixed it for us when others were unwilling to do so. Thank you!

 

 

 

Date:

31/01/2015

Name:

John

Email Address:

ht@haydn-thomas.co.uk

Comments:

I think you should move to Scotland, Elgin Moray would be good.

Really enjoyed reading your articles which I find well written, informative and easy to understand.

Thanks for the taking the time to share your knowledge.

 

 

 

Date:

28/01/2015

Name:

D Campbell

Email Address:

jacbox@blueyonder.co.uk

Comments:

Superb site, given me a real insight into my 35 year old Potterton Netaheat 16-22 which has pretty much confirmed my decision to keep on running it to the bitter end...and I don't think that's in sight yet!

 

 

 

Date:

26/01/2015

Name:

elsie marshall

Email Address:

elsiem@blueyonder.co.uk

Comments:

I have Worcester combi boiler I never use the hot tap in my kitchen because the water is never hot enough I boil a kettle to wash up but when the central heating is on it's red hot.I am very disappointed with it

 

 

 

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