Installation

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The first step is to have a site survey carried out by a suitably qualified and competent installer (we would recommend a Rayburn Heat Centre Engineer) to ensure that you select the Rayburn that best meets your needs and requirements.

As with other heating appliances, a Rayburn must always be installed, commissioned and serviced by a qualified and trained heating engineer.

Gas Rayburns - A gas Rayburn must be installed by a GAS SAFE registered engineer.

Oil fired Rayburns - An oil-fired Rayburn should be installed by an OFTEC registered engineer, who will complete the necessary completion certificate.

Solid Fuel Rayburns - A HETAS engineer should install a solid fuel Rayburn.

If the installation is to be carried out by other persons (excluding gas appliances that must be installed by a GAS SAFE engineer), the local authority Building Control Office must be notified in accordance with current Building Regulations (England & Wales).

For certain products within the Rayburn Range (660K, 680K, 699K, 680KCD & 480CD) if you have your installation carried out by a Rayburn Heat Centre Engineer, you can benefit from an extended warranty.

Before connecting a Rayburn to its flue, or inserting into a flue that has been previously used, the flue must be thoroughly swept of any soot and loose materials.

The first step is to have a site survey carried out by a suitably qualified and competent installer (we would recommend a Rayburn Heat Centre Engineer) to ensure that you select the Rayburn that best meets your needs and requirements.

As with other heating appliances, a Rayburn must always be installed, commissioned and serviced by a qualified and trained heating engineer.

We strongly recommend seeking the help of your Rayburn retailer and a local Rayburn Heat Centre Engineer to ensure you get best advice on the best Rayburn to suit your needs and what is needed for successful installation.