- any corgi gas engineers out there? boiler in bedroom…
Aracer. Well done on inventing gas. I bow to your superior knowledge. Unfortunately your snide comments have not yet answered the OP’s question. I’m also slightly dissapointed that a man of your immense intellect has broken the law by fiiting a boiler, when you’ve clearly stated that you’re not Corgi registered. However, I hope these boilers that you’re desinging and building all by yourself are a huge success.
Hora, most houses have Chimneys running through bedrooms, plenty have iffy flues in lofts, most just as dangerous as a room sealed appliance in the bedroom.Posted 9 years agohoraMember
Still wouldn’t. They might get serviced once a year but what happens if there is a mistake, etc etc. **** that!!! I don’t care if its irrational- it would be at the back of my mind so thats enough.
midlifecrashes I created fallibility in men. It was a Friday, I was bored.Posted 9 years agounfitgeezerMember
thanks for all your comments so far
seems some folk dont mind and some do…
having now spoken to an engineer it would seem i’d have to get a whole new system installed, and all the pipe work moved as its all upstairs…big job and mega £££
so think i’ll take my chances…could get run over by a bus afterall !Posted 9 years agospooky_b329Member
I was quoted an extra £1500 to replace a boiler in a different room to existing!
CO detectors, I was told it should be in the same room, but with an open boiler (like my old thing) the detector shouldn’t be directly above the boiler as when it starts up it can create a small amount of CO that could cause false/nuisance alarms.
Although not ideal, I wouldn’t be paraticularly worried about a boiler in a bedroom, I’d just be more careful with annual servicing and maybe have two different brands of CO detector in there if it was been slept in.Posted 9 years ago
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