Gas Boiler Repairs, Installations and Central Heating Installations Tynemouth

Gas Boiler Repairs, Installations and Central Heating Installations Tynemouth

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By Glen Bowman from Newcastle, England (Tynemouth Priory) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

 

Gas Boiler Repairs, Installations and Central Heating Installations Tynemouth

Nestled on cliffs above the sea and famous both for its 7th Century Monastery and its amazing beaches, Tynemouth is another history-rich Northern gem.

The affluence of the area is noticeable and the well-constructed houses need particular attention when it comes to installing modern, money-saving heating systems.

Because we use skilled, time-served tradesmen, we have the in-house expertise to carry out these works to a very high standard. Our custom-built brass-finish radiators are a thing of beauty and very much in demnad in homes of high value!

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.

The headland towering over the mouth of the Tyne has been settled since the Iron Age. The Romans occupied it. In the 7th century a monastery was built there and later fortified. The headland was known as PEN BAL CRAG

The monastery was sacked by the Danes in 800, rebuilt, destroyed again in 875 but by 1083 was again operational.

Three kings are reputed to have been buried within the monastery – Oswin – King of Deira (651); Osred II – King of Northumbria (792) and Malcolm III- King of Scotland (1093). Three crowns still adorn the North Tyneside coat of arms.

The Queens of Edward I and Edward II stayed in the Priory and Castle while their husbands were campaigning in Scotland. King Edward III considered it to be one of the strongest castles in the Northern Marches. After Bannockburn in 1314, Edward II fled from Tynemouth by ship.

A village had long been established in the shelter of the fortified Priory and around 1325 the then Prior built a port for fishing and trading. This led to a dispute between Tynemouth and the more powerful Newcastle over shipping rights on the Tyne which continued for centuries.

In the late 18th century, sea-bathing became fashionable in Tynemouth from its east-facing beaches. King Edward’s Bay and Tynemouth Longsands are very popular with locals and tourists alike. Tynemouth is also a surfing championship venue.

Prior’s Haven is a small beach within the mouth of the Tyne, sheltered between the Priory and the Spanish Battery, with the Pier access on its north side. It was popular with Victorian bathers and is now home to the local rowing and sailing clubs.

King Edward’s Bay (possibly a reference to Edward II) is a small beach on the north side of the Priory, sheltered on three sides by cliffs and reached by stairways, or, by the fit and adventurous who understand the weather and tides, over the rocks round the promontories on the north or south sides.

Longsands is the next beach to the north, an expanse of fine sand 1200 yards long, lying between the former Tynemouth outdoor swimming pool and Cullercoats to the north.
In 2013, Longsands has been voted been voted one of the best beaches in the country by users of the world’s largest travel site TripAdvisor and was also voted the 12th best beach in Europe.

For regal heating systems that won’t cost you a King’s ransom in Tynemouth, give Appollo Gas Services a call.