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Ariston answers homeowner’s boiler SOS call

Ariston answers homeowner’s boiler SOS call_1

When Ariston discovered that disabled Fareham resident Lisa Taylor needed a new boiler for her central heating and hot water system, the company pulled out all the stops to assist.

After her old boiler broke down, Lisa, who is restricted to a wheelchair due to Multiple Sclerosis, contacted local heating installer Mike Chalk, owner of Specialist Plumbing & Heating Ltd, for advice. He then contacted Ariston and was delighted when the company provided an E-Combi evo 24kW boiler (sourced by HPS of Fareham) at a specially reduced price. Mike also lowered his installation fee considerably, so was able to provide Lisa with a brand new boiler at minimal cost.

Commenting on the installation, Mike said: “The PCB on Lisa’s old boiler had failed and the whole thing needed replacing. Given her circumstances, she was unable to afford a brand new boiler. I spoke to Ariston and explained the situation, and they were very helpful and understanding. They kindly agreed to supply an E-Combi evo boiler at a discounted rate, which meant that together we were able to provide Lisa with a new boiler that should keep her warm for many years to come. I know she really appreciates Ariston’s efforts and is extremely grateful for all their help.”

The E-Combi evo boiler features a user-friendly interface with a backlit LCD display, pressure gauge, time clock and manageable button layout. All evo boilers can also be enhanced with the latest control systems from Ariston. Building on the standard AUTO function, which improves efficiency and reduces thermal stress, a range of additional external controls are available to further improve boiler capabilities. These include the new modulating SENSYS system interface, outdoor sensors and an RF Programmable Room Thermostat – all of which comply with the latest Building Regulations. Plus, to highlight their high efficiencies, all evo boilers are Energy Saving Trust recommended.