replacing a boiler

Replacing an old boiler

Replacing an old boiler will help you to save money on your energy costs.
Modern appliances are more efficient, avoiding the common problem of heat loss from older boilers. Our heating engineers will help you choose a boiler that is suitable for your house and usage. Here are some factors you should consider when choosing a new boiler:

  • What type of heating system do you have now?
  • How much water do you use?
  • How big is your house?
house energy usage

House size & usage

House size and usage matter because the boiler wattage will need to be big enough to supply the heating demands of your radiators.
So if you’re not sure what you’ll need or what type of boiler would be the best solution for your home, we will be more than happy to offer you a free quote when we visit your property.

Combi Boiler Benefits

  • You get unlimited heat and hot water when you need it.
  • There’s no need for a tank in your loft.
  • They don't take up much space.



Worcester Bosch Boiler 28kw from £3299.00
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Baxi 28kw Boiler from £2950.00
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Vokera Boilers fully installed From £2750.00
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What are condensing boilers?

Condensing boilers are energy-efficient models that use waste heat to heat hot water with.

What are the advantages?

They are energy efficient, economical to operate and maintain, and will last for a number of years without having mechanical problems.

How much do condensing boilers cost?

Condensing boilers are an energy efficient alternative to the standard boiler models. On average, and this does not include installation, parts, or labour, a condensing boiler will cost from £800-£2,500.

UK Energy Efficient Boiler Regulations

savings from an efficient boiler

Traditional boilers are only around 75% efficient
This means that about 25% of their energy is wasted. Condensing boilers are at least 90% or better in terms of energy efficiency; therefore, the UK has issued 2 mandates concerning boiler replacements in most cases. All gas-fired boilers replaced after April 1, 2005 must be condensing boilers and all oil-fired boilers replaced after April 1, 2007 must be condensing boilers.


Why Combi Boilers are so popular
The name says it all. Combination boilers actually combine the tasks of heating water for cooking and bathing and heating the home. The boilers do not require a big water storage tank; therefore, they take up much less space. They can fit into a fairly small cupboard rather than taking up an entire closet like the larger versions of boilers. Combination boilers do not need storage tanks for a water supply because they connect directly to the water main line giving users a constant supply of water that is heated quickly and efficiently by the boiler. The brilliant design of the combi boiler features two valves, including one that sends hot water to the tap and one that provides heat for the central heating system.

Combi Boiler Suitability

Almost any home
We can offer finance with a few finance companies, one of which is Norton Finance. Who offer you the option of contacting brokers on your behalf to get the best deal for you, in order to speed up the process of getting your new boiler installed.

Combi boilers are cleaner
Central heating systems with a combi boiler generally have less sludge build up, because the water is piped directly from the mains and not kept in a tank where it can accrue rust and debris.

Combi boilers are easier to service
The popularity of combi boilers means that a majority of boiler engineers are trained how to repair and service them. This makes it easier to find qualified engineers in your area.