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Our Accreditations


Worcester Accredited Installer

Here at Versatile Heating Services we are very proud to be your local Worcester Bosch accredited installers.

This accreditation is awarded directly by Worcester Bosch themselves and shows they recognise the high standards of work we complete, this accreditation is only given to certain boiler installation companies. 

Why Is Using A Gas Safe Registered Engineer So Important?

Appliances that use gas such as your boiler are perfectly safe if installed by a Gas Safe registered engineer but could be deadly if installed by someone unqualified, that’s why it is critical that you look for the Gas Safe logo and check your engineer’s credentials.

If you use a Gas Safe qualified engineer, you will be covered by your insurance if anything does happen to go wrong. If you choose to use someone without those credentials, your insurance could be invalidated. Whether you are a landlord or a homeowner, ensuring that you use a Gas Safe qualified fitter and an industry-approved appliance is critical.

At Versatile Heating Services all of our engineers are fully Gas Safe qualified to fit and service your boiler, and install and service your central heating system.

Edinburgh Trusted Trader

Edinburgh Trusted Trader is the official "go to" list of Trading Standards Trusted Traders, backed by The City of Edinburgh Council and supported by Police Scotland.

The Edinburgh Trusted Trader Scheme can help you find honest and reliable traders who have been fully vetted by Edinburgh Trading Standards.

All traders will display feedback from genuine customers broken down by:

  • value for money

  • customer service or reliability

  • quality of service or product

  • likelihood to use again or recommend.

This allows residents to make an informed choice based on the experience of others. All scheme members have to follow a strict Code of Practice.


NICEIC Approved For Heating And Hot Water Systems

What does it mean to be NICEIC approved?

NICEIC approved contractors are recognised for their competence in the following areas, allowing them to comply with building regulations and standards:

  •  Regulations, standards and guidelines

  • Theory of understanding of expansion of hot water (HW)

  • Principles of HW storage

  • Design considerations

  • Components and function

  • Safety controls, discharge and integration

  • Installation of HW systems

  • Maintenance and servicing of HW systems including

  • Unvented HWS

  • Health and safety considerations

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