Good morning all, I had my boiler serviced over a year ago as part of my British Gas service contract. My boiler is about five years old. Everything was ok but, the engineer noted on the checklist the pressure relief discharge pipe was not terminated correctly. He said it would not affect that service but it would fail the next one. I seemed to remember this is because the boiler is not on the ground floor and the pipe discharges from the first floor level. THe actual pipe coming out of the wall is about four inches in length and above our patio.. The sides of the pipe are partly covered by pebble dash. The actual hole at the bottom of the pipe is not covered therefore any discharge can escape freely. Because of this I have not had my boiler serviced this year as I am worried it will fail and my boiler will be turned off. What do we need to do with this pipe to ensure it will pass the next service? If it is not possible to make any necessary changes without ruining the pebbledash is it true my boiler will be turned off?