How old is your boiler? – Have you any idea how old it is? You can check how old your boiler is by reading this post we found, “How old is my boiler

Modern boilers are a lot more efficient than ones manufactured and installed 10 years ago. Boilers have developed in that time, too, meaning you can save more money on your bills. The potential saving around is £270 a year.

Boilers should last up to 15 years. If yours is approaching that age, and if you find that your boiler is breaking down a lot lately and you require a boiler repair service, then think about saving for a new one. With the average price of a new boiler installation being approximately £2,400 and the average price for boiler repair is between £150 to £320, it might be worth biting the bullet and buying a new one.

Annual boiler service is essential, Why? Having your boiler serviced annually will not only just save your life but save you a lot of money in the long run!

Before you invest in a replacement boiler, you need to know whether you’re getting the right type of boiler. How do you know what type of boiler is best for your home? Contact our gas engineers who will come out to visit your home and advice on which boiler would be best for your home.

The most common is the combination (combi) boiler that heats up your hot water as and when you need it.

Of course, having a new boiler fitted can be a costly job, if you Googled top-notch, A-rated combi boiler to be around £1,110. So why is the average price over double that?

Your boiler is clearly the largest investment and the next highest cost is the installation itself. If you require new radiators, if your pipework is old and rotting away, a 2 man all-day installation job will cost around £500.
Other necessities may include a magnetic filtering, which we highly recommend with all new boiler installations or a condensate drain pipe or pump, this all adds up to the final price.

Whatever your boiler choice, it’s essential to shop around and speak to us and get as much advice as possible.