When Winter time hits where the people I was with and I live, it’s time to get drastic about reliable gas furnaces & boilers… My work is heated by a boiler, which stopped working over the weekend. Our building supervisor was alerted to the problem while I was in an especially chilly stretch that the people I was with and I are experiencing, and thankfully, by the time the employees showed up for work on Sunday afternoon, the problem had been fixed, then all of us l received from the supervisor just how multiple reasons there are why a boiler stops working, and in some cases, boilers quit because the electricity supply to the boiler may have been split off. If that’s the cause, it’s self-explanatory enough to switch it on again & reset the appliance, then periodically the fuse box may keep tripping, which also requires that the system be reset. If there’s any suspicion that the boiler stopped due to gas issues, most people needs to get away from the space immediately & call a gas safe-registered engineer. If other gas appliances in the building have stopped working as well, then it’s genuinely time to call the professionals. A second reason for a boiler to stop working could be related to plumbing. If the outside temperature has dropped below zero, the culprit could be that the pipes are frozen. A frozen condensate pipe – the pipe that expels steam from the boiler – is the cause of a number of boiler breakdowns in chilly temperatures. If the ball float valve in the water cistern is stuck, the water level of the cistern needs to be evaluated, then the ball float adjusted. And the worst of scenarios may have happened, in which the internal components – such as pumps & valves – have stopped working. In any event, it’s typically wise to have a reliable Heating, Ventilation, & A/C professional’s cellphone number ready.