WHO WE ARE
Canberra Boilers is a family owned heating and advanced gas fitting business, we offer a one stop solution for your trade and industry. Depending on your needs we have a range of different products and services we offer and can design a bespoke solution to your situation.
Canberra Boilers focuses exclusively on providing a high quality and cost-effective implementation to all our provided services. We have been advancing at a tremendous pace with committed involvement from our skilled and highly experienced workforce. Canberra Boilers is currently conducting business within large and small local businesses, Government, Defence, healthcare and the education sector.
Canberra Boilers has over thirty years of extensive experience in a range of specialised industrial boilers and associated equipment. Every member of our service staff is fully qualified with both Type A and Type B Gas appliance licencing, electrical licencing, working with asbestos, White Card and working with vulnerable people. Our support staff are highly engaged and strive to provide high quality service thus offering a great customer experience.
Our mission is to strive forward where others fail to deliver.
Our communication with our customers is only surpassed by our communication with each other.
When our customers need our help, we’re there on time every time.
Our service is only exceeded by our expertise and can-do abilities.
Our customers’ expectations are met at each & every encounter with all areas of our business.
‘To be the best’ at everything we do.
- We are all part of the Canberrra Boilers family.
We consult for high-end technology implementation at clients’ site/s, implementation of new technology according to the clients’ requirements, upgrading, enhancing the existing facilities with new technology integrated with existing systems. Canberra Boilers offers a full range of consulting services to help analyse your business requirements for effective implementation of solutions. Our consulting services cover:
Planning, audits, best practices