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Combi Boilers

Combi boilers (or combination boilers) are a popular boiler type as they will provide you with dual functionality. Combi boilers act as both a water heater and also a central heating boiler. They are a cost-effective option as they heat water when necessary, rather than pre-heating and storing it in a cylinder.

Condensing Boilers

A condensing boiler is not a boiler type as such, rather a benefit that a boiler can provide. It is quite possible for a combi boiler or a regular boiler to have condensing functionality. What this means is heat is caught in the boiler’s flue and reused, making condensing boilers a cost-effective option.

System Boilers

A condensing boiler is not a boiler type as such, rather a benefit that a boiler can provide. It is quite possible for a combi boiler or a regular boiler to have condensing functionality. What this means is heat is caught in the boiler’s flue and reused, making condensing boilers a cost-effective option.

Boiler Repair

In some instances, it may be possible to repair your existing boiler rather than replacing it completely. Our network of installers offers both boiler repair and boiler replacement services and will be able to advise what is the best course of action for your requirements.

Heat Only Boilers

Heat only boilers (or regular boilers) are perfect for properties that have an existing hot water and heating system that is connected to an independent hot water cylinder. These boilers combine with a loft based water tank that controls the central heating system’s water level.

Boiler Brands

There is a wide range of boiler brands to choose from when it comes to deciding which boiler to buy. Popular brands include Vaillant boilers, Baxi boilers, Worcester boilers and Glow Worm boilers. Your installer will be able to explain the pros and cons of the different brands and models available.


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Energy Efficiency

Since 2010 it has become a requirement that all new boilers achieve an A rating for energy efficiency (or provide 88% efficiency). You can see how energy efficient your new boiler will be using the rating system SEDBUK (Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in the UK).

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Gas Boilers

Combi, system and heat only styles are all available as gas boilers. Our network of installers provides gas boilers at competitive prices that offer energy efficiency and meet European safety standards, emissions standards and water bylaws.

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Electric Boilers

There are several advantages to choosing an electric boiler. They do not require a flue so may be a good option if space is a consideration. They operate very quietly as they do not rely upon moving elements inside the boiler. Also, electric boilers generally require less maintenance than gas or oil alternatives.


Oil Boilers

An alternative to gas and electric boilers is an oil boiler, they are particular popular in properties that do not have a gas connection. Oil boilers tend to be highly energy efficient so you could see a saving in heating costs. They are also comparatively easy to replace and install.

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Boiler Prices

Our network of boiler installers will be able to provide you with competitive boiler prices on a wide range of boiler styles, brands and models. They will offer you a free, no obligation quote and provide you with any technical information you may require.


Choosing The Right Replacement Boiler

When choosing your boiler there are a number of factors to take into consideration; the type of fuel it will use, the amount of space you have to install it and the energy efficiency it will provide. Your installer will be able to offer boiler advice however if you would like to speak with an advisor, please call us on 0800 015 5679.

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Boiler Replacement

When it comes to bringing a boiler to your home, you could find that you’ll need to replace it from time to time. This is completely normal and isn’t something that you should be worrying about! Especially when the installers that we can put you in touch with are able to accommodate you every step of the way. This is because we’ll put you in touch with experienced engineers that are always operating in full compliance with current regulations. All of this will be done in a prompt and professional way, without compromising on quality.

Not only does investing in a new boiler replacement help to bring you complete peace of mind, but it could also help you to save money too! This is because it is estimated that your heating accounts for around 55% of your annual energy bill costs. The more efficient your boiler, the less you can expect to be paying when it comes to keeping those winter winds at bay. This is important, especially when feeling comfortable in your property is such a key part to it feeling like home.

To determines the right boiler replacement for you, you’ll have to keep a few things in mind to judge how your final specification is going to be. This will include how much hot water you plan on using, the space that you have, and how many radiators you will need when it comes to effectively warm your home.

Many modern installers are able to offer you a selection of replacement services so you won’t be left wanting. This includes everything from boiler replacement through to installing a boiler where one isn’t already installed. As we’ll put you in touch with professionals, we can make sure that you receive the highest standards of quality and service. This means that you’ll be able to experience minimal disruption to your daily life, making the whole process far less stressful.

At a glance, the installation process will usually comprise a team visiting your property, assessing the set up you currently have, as well as a cost-effective quote. Once that has been established, you’ll then get a cost-effective quote. It’s never been easier to enhance your home with a modern boiler design.

Boilers: Things to Consider

Combi boilers have proven themselves to be a popular option amongst homeowners looking to bring something compact, yet powerful to their home. They are the ideal option for smaller to mid-size domestic properties, offering you high standards of quality without having to take up any loft space. They are also an impressively cost-effective option that could see you reduce the need for pipework.

One the other hand, system boilers are the ideal option for homes that have more than one bathroom. This is because this is a system that helps you save space as they don’t need a loft tank. Further to this, they also bypass the need for a feed or expansion cistern. These factors make them more efficient at warming your home, so they are sure to be a worthwhile investment across the board.

A conventional boiler is well suited for homes that tend to use a lot of hot water at the same time. If you opt for this boiler type, you will need to accommodate a cold-water storage tank in your loft alongside a cold water tank. This is a fantastic boiler option for larger homes where two or more bathrooms are in use.

Many modern boilers can be fitted with a range of heating controls, which will allow you to enjoy the best in comfort and practicality. With this in mind, your installer of choice will be able to integrate basic thermostats, weather-compensation controls, or smart heating controls. If you’re unsure what this will bring to your boiler, get in touch with your installer who will be more than happy to run you through the options.

Energy Efficient Systems

Modern boiler systems are able to achieve an impressive standard of performance without any of the commission overload. This means that they can keep you comfortable in a sustainable and economically friendly way. Alongside this, they are also highly effective when it comes to warming your home quickly and efficiently. This means that they will serve as a sustainable way for you to make your home a warmer and more comfortable place to be across the course of the year. It also means that you can do it in a sustainable way that helps you to reduce your carbon footprint.

This is something that has become more and more prevalent in modern times, as concerns for the environment continue to rise. This is why it’s so important that you invest in a boiler system that is going to be able to offer you high performance in a way that isn’t detrimental to the environment. You can speak to your installer of choice to see what they can offer you when it comes to capturing a design that is going to be a well-rounded investment.

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