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  • Boiler Servicing
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CRS ENERGY
  • EV Charger Installation
  • Solar Panel Installation
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HEATING ○ POWERING ○ SUSTAINING

Everything you need under one roof for gas, electrical and energy services.

Cost-Efficiency

Save money with our comprehensive services for homeowners and landlords.

Expertise

Benefit from our exceptional services delivered by our specialised divisions.

Property Solutions

We cater to all your utility needs, ensuring safety, comfort, and efficiency.

At CRS Matrix, we pride ourselves on serving both Leicester homeowners and landlords. Homeowners can enjoy comfort, savings, and peace of mind with our tailored services, while landlords can ensure compliance, safety, and value for their investment.

So Why Choose CRS Matrix?

Because we’re your local experts, with a unique understanding of Leicester’s property needs. We offer comprehensive services, so you don’t have to go anywhere else. We’re landlord-friendly, with tailored services to enhance your property value and compliance. Most importantly, we do what we say, and you won’t find any confusing jargon here. Experience the difference today, your property, our expertise.

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ACCREDITATIONS

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GasSafe Logo

Gas Safe Register is the official registration body for gas engineers in the UK, Isle of Man, and Guernsey. It ensures engineers are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances.

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NICEIC Logo

NICEIC is the UK’s leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. It assesses electricians for safe and competent work.

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TSI is a professional association in the UK representing trading standards professionals. It aims to promote and protect consumer interests, ensuring businesses comply with trading standards.

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QANW Logo

QANW is a leading provider of insurance-backed guarantees and deposit protection for home improvements and renewable energy installations.

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Worcester Bosch Logo

Worcester Bosch is a renowned manufacturer of heating and hot water products, including boilers, solar water heating systems, and heat pumps.

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RECC Logo

RECC sets high consumer protection standards for businesses who sell or lease renewable energy generation systems to domestic consumers in the UK.

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MCS Logo

MCS, or the Microgeneration Certification Scheme, is a nationally recognised quality assurance scheme in the UK.

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OZEV Logo

OZEV is a UK government team dedicated to supporting the transition to zero-emission vehicles. It provides funding for charging infrastructure and incentives for electric vehicle adoption.

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Tesla Powerwall Certified Installer Logo

Tesla Powerwall is a home energy storage solution with a variety of benefits and applications.

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Soft Touch Arts Logo

Soft Touch Arts are a Leicester charity that seek to change the lives of vulnerable young people through their committed work.

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FAQs

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Regular servicing, keeping the area around the boiler clean, and checking the pressure gauge can help to prevent potential issues with your boiler.

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The common signs of a gas leak include the smell of gas, hissing or whistling sounds near gas appliances, a yellow or orange flame instead of blue, and physical symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, and nausea. If you smell gas coming from your boiler, you should immediately turn off the gas supply and contact a professional for repairs. Do not attempt to fix the issue yourself. Call the Cadent hotline immediately.

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Walking, biking, and using public transportation are all sustainable transportation options that can help you save money on fuel and car maintenance, as well as reduce your impact on the environment. Walking or biking to work is also a great way to get some exercise and fresh air while reducing transportation costs.

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Most EVs are compatible with public chargers found across the UK, though Tesla cars may need an adapter for non-Tesla chargers. It’s always best to check compatibility with your vehicle manufacturer.

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To qualify for government incentives like the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS), your EV charger must be installed by an OLEV-approved (Office for Zero Emission Vehicles) installer. These installers have met specific standards and are authorised to install EV charging points under UK government programs.

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EVs significantly reduce emissions compared to conventional vehicles, especially when charged from renewable energy sources. The UK’s growing renewable energy capacity makes EVs increasingly sustainable.

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Unless you have a written record of services from the previous homeowner, it can be difficult to determine when your boiler was last serviced. To play it safe, it’s best to schedule a service as soon as possible. After the service, make sure to keep track of the date to schedule your next service every12 months from then.

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While radiator checks are not typically included in a boiler service, a qualified engineer may be able to perform additional checks on the system if requested. Ask CRS Matrix about extending a standard service package to include checking the radiators.

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Strange noises can be a sign of several issues, such as trapped air, a faulty pump, or a faulty valve. It’s best to call a professional to diagnose the issue.

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While there is no legal requirement to have your boiler serviced annually, it is recommended by most manufacturers and boiler engineers to ensure that your boiler is operating safely and efficiently.

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A comprehensive quote should include the cost of the panels, installation charges, any scaffolding that might be needed, a timeline for completion, warranty periods, and details of any after-sales service. It’s wise to get multiple quotes to compare prices and services.

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A reputable solar panel installer should have certifications such as the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) or be registered with a recognized trade body such as the Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC). These certifications ensure that the installer follows industry best practices and UK-specific regulations.

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While many electricians are capable of installing solar panels, it’s best to use an MCS-certified installer. This ensures that they have specific training and qualifications in solar energy systems, which is also a requirement to qualify for certain government incentives and feed-in tariffs.

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The Gas Safe Register is the official list of gas engineers who are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances, fittings, and flues. You can find it here: https://www.gassaferegister.co.uk/

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Taking shorter showers reduces the amount of water you use, which in turn reduces the amount of energy needed to heat that water. This can help you save money on your water and energy bills, as well as reduce your impact on the environment.

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EV chargers generally require little maintenance, mostly involving regular inspections to ensure cleanliness and cable integrity. Always refer to the manufacturer’s maintenance guidelines.

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A smart meter is a digital energy meter that measures your electricity or gas usage in real-time and sends that information to your energy supplier automatically.

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Using an engineer who is not Gas Safe registered to work on gas appliances is illegal and can be extremely dangerous. It puts tenants at risk of gas leaks, carbon monoxide poisoning, and explosions. Additionally, it can lead to significant legal penalties, including fines and imprisonment, if an incident occurs due to improper work.

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For furnished properties, landlords must ensure that all furniture and furnishings comply with the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations 1988. These regulations set levels of fire resistance for domestic upholstered furniture and other products containing upholstery.

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