This can be a very challenging thing, buying boiler spares. There are so many shops both online and on the street that sell the same things. So it’s difficult to know which ones will be best for you and your household. Here are some tips to help in your decision making.
1) Do the research, I can’t stress this enough. You have to do the research. Find out how long each company has been in this business. That alone tells you something right there. If a company hasn’t been around for more then a few years, it’s safe to assume, they may not be the right ones. But investigate them further to find out. Ask them as many questions as you can think of.
Those that have been around for a long time, knows what the customer wants. They also know how to get something that is not in stock. These companies are your best bet, to start with.
2) Always go with the reliable dealers. If the offer sounds to good too be true, it probably is. The reliable dealers are the ones with the licenses. Check on the licenses. If they are not licensed in any way, this is a major red flag. Those who are reputable will only sell genuine parts to a customer. Don’t settle for something less when it comes to boiler spares. If you do, you run the risk of having the parts fail on you. Boiler spares are not cheap, know this going in.
3) A good company will offer installation and maintenance as part of the package. This cuts down on the additional expenses. Know this going in. If the company charges you extra for things that should be part of the deal, this is not someone you should be doing business with. They are gauging you. Pick someone who knows how to do business the right way.