About Us

Saynor Plumbing and Heating Ltd

The services we offer include:

  • Annual servicing of gas boilers and gas fires.
  • Boiler and central heating repair.
  • LPG boiler servicing (in permanent dwellings only, not residential park homes or static caravans.)
  • Landlords annual gas safety inspections. Landlord gas safety certificates. (often called CP12)
  • Radiator replacement. Installation of thermostatic radiator valves
  • Inspection and maintenance of pressurised, unvented hot water cylinders
  • Plumbing repairs and installation of outside taps, etc.


Saynor Plumbing and Heating Ltd is fully insured and all work is carried out to a high standard.

Gas safe registered

Gas Safe Register number 566918

As a Gas Safe registered business, you can be assured that all our work will be carried out to the highest safety standards with aftercare and support.

Ben is an experienced gas safe registered engineer with City and Guild and NVQ Level 3 qualifications, so you can have total confidence and absolute peace of mind.


Ben Saynor, Director and Heating Engineer,
Saynor Plumbing and Heating Ltd

Ben became a registered gas engineer in 2003 with British Gas, going on to complete a City and Guild NVQ Level 3 in domestic gas appliances.  Ben subsequently worked for two other plumbing and heating companies as Technical Engineer and Service Manager before starting his own business in 2014. 

“First and foremost, you will find me easy to talk to.  I take time to understand the requirements of my customers discuss the best solution.  I want my customers to feel they are in safe hands.”

I offer convenient 4-hour appointment slots and have a proven track record of meeting my commitments.

Having served Boston Spa, Wetherby and the surrounding area for years I find that my customers come back to me time and time again. The vast majority of my work comes from word-of-mouth recommendation.

Ben Saynor plumber

“We offer a friendly, reliable and efficient service.”

Here are a few indicators that your boiler or central heating requires attention:

  • Fault code displayed on the boiler.
  • Any visible water leaks.
  • Water pressure keeps dropping and needs refilling frequently.
  • Any unusual noise or smell from the boiler or fire.
  • Constantly needing to reset the boiler.
  • Lack of central heating or hot water.
  • Water dripping from an overflow pipe
  • Boiler running constantly.

Contact us

If you have any problems or concerns with your central heating, boiler or gas fire, please call Ben on 07889 677286 to book an appointment. 

What to do if your boiler breaks down:

  • Make a note of any fault codes displayed on the boiler.
  • Make a note of what was happening when the fault occurred in terms of heating and hot water demand.
  • Find or download your boiler instructions and consult the fault-finding section.
  • Reset the boiler if safe to do so and monitor it to see if it happens again.

Common faults that you may be able to resolve

Many modern boilers will display a fault code to indicate what is wrong with the boiler. These codes can sometimes indicate a fault that can be rectified by the user.

Not enough water pressure in the boiler

If your boiler pressure gauge is on zero, it will need topping up with water to just above 1 on the pressure gauge. Locate your filling loop and top the pressure up. Check for leaks particularly from radiator valves.

Boiler failing to light when the weather is cold

Cold weather can freeze the water in the condensate waste pipe. This is a white plastic pipe coming from under the boiler and usually freezes if the pipe is run outside. The boiler may be making a bubbling noise when it tries to run. If it’s safe to do so, thaw out the pipe with a kettle of boiling water and reset the boiler.

Central heating or gas fire not working

If you have a battery-operated cotrols such as a central heating thermostat or remote control gas fire , try replacing the batteries