Gas Boiler and Central Heating Installations in Sunderland

Gas Boiler and Central Heating Installations in Sunderland

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Gas Boiler Repairs and Installations in Sunderland

Appollo Gas Services have carried out many successful projects in the Sunderland area, and offer a Premier Service to all of our customers in that region!

Our approach is simple, we use only the most skilful, time-served tradesman in our teams to ensure that your Installation goes smoothly and is completed with the minimum of fuss and delay. The teams are managed by a very experienced project manager whose role is to ensure that any issues that may arise during the installation work are dealt with promptly and with full client satisfaction.

Our project manager will oversee your job on a day-to-day basis to help maintain the high quality of service that we are renowned for.

We guarantee all of the work we undertake, giving the client complete peace of mind in the knowledge that any work we carry out will meet the most exacting standards.

We have worked with many families in the area, helping them to maintain a cosy environment for their family to live in – and help them save money too as our new heating and gas boiler installs are really economical to run – saving you money on those ever-growing heating bills.

Our clients insist on the best for their homes and that is why they chose us in the first place and continue to choose us when further heating system improvements are needed over the years.

Whatever type of home you live in, be it detached, semi-detached or terraced, Appollo Gas Services can deliver the perfect solution to your home heating needs – and save you money in the running costs too!

Our friendly advisor can visit you at your home and help you to determine just what type of heating improvement you would benefit most from and give you an idea of what the costs might be.

No pressure, no hard sell, no obligation:  Appollo Gas Services also specialise in good advice!

Because we are from the North East, we understand the people, the culture –and the weather – so we know how to plan around the whims of our unpredictable climate, ensuring that projects keep as much as possible to plan.

The North East of England has the most diverse and interesting of cultures in the UK and each town or city has its own unique features that make working and living here such a joy.

Sunderland’s historical roots are very extensive.

The name “Sunderland” is reputed to come from Soender-land (soender/sunder being the Anglo-Saxon infinitive, meaning “to part”, (cf. “(a)sunder”), likely to be reference to the valley carved by the River Wear on whose south bank the original settlement of Sunderland was founded.

Historically a part of County Durham, there were three original settlements on the site of modern-day Sunderland. On the north side of the river, Monkwearmouth was settled in 674 when Benedict Biscop founded the Wearmouth-Jarrow monastery. Opposite the monastery on the south bank, Bishopwearmouth was founded in 930. A small fishing village called Sunderland, located toward the mouth of the river (modern day East End) was granted a charter in 1179.

Over the centuries, Sunderland grew as a port, trading coal and salt. Ships began to be built on the river in the 14th century. By the 19th century, the port of Sunderland had grown to absorb Bishopwearmouth and Monkwearmouth.

The earliest inhabitants of the Sunderland area were Stone Age hunter-gatherers and artifacts from this era have been discovered, including microliths found during excavations at St Peter’s Church, Monkwearmouth. During the final phase of the Stone Age, the Neolithic period (c.4,000-c.2,000 BC), Hastings Hill, on the western outskirts of Sunderland, was evidently a focal point of local activity and a place of burial and ritual significance. There has also been a long-standing local legend that there was a small Roman settlement standing on the south bank of the River Wear on what is currently the site of the former Vaux Brewery, although no archaeological work has yet taken place to explore this. Recorded settlements on the mouth of the Wear date back to 674, when an Anglo-Saxon nobleman named Benedict Biscop, granted land by King Ecgfrith of Northumbria, founded the Wearmouth-Jarrow (St. Peter’s) monastery on the north bank of the river Wear – an area that became known as Monkwearmouth.

Biscop’s monastery was the first built of stone in Northumbria. He employed glaziers from France and in doing so he re-established glass making in Britain. In 686 the community was taken over by Ceolfrid, and Wearmouth-Jarrow became a major centre of learning and knowledge in Anglo-Saxon England with a library of around 300 volumes.

The Codex Amiatinus, described by some as the ‘finest book in the world’, was created at the monastery and was likely worked on by Bede, who was born at Wearmouth in 673. While at the monastery, Bede completed the Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum (The Ecclesiastical History of the English People) in 731, a feat which earned him the title: The Father of English History.

Sunderland is a really diverse mix of old and new, but our vast experience ensures that our heating systems and boiler installations not only fit beautifully with your home and its surroundings but also save you money (and keep you cosy) with their cost-saving performance.

Call Appollo Gas Services to experience the best in gas boiler repairs, installs and central heating installations.