New Boiler Installation
As some of us already know, when a boiler age, they can become inefficient and sometimes very unreliable. As a result, this can lead to more frequent break down and eventually a new boiler replacement is the only decision.
Replacing your existing boiler with a newer model will not only improve the comfort of your property but should also help to bring down your heating bills significantly.
Modern central heating boilers are much safer, although it is important to make sure you have any gas appliance serviced and checked annually. You might not know this, but older boilers can pose a danger if there is a risk of exposure to dangerous emissions such as carbon monoxide.
Therefore, replacing your old boiler could make your home safer and they also benefit from greater efficiency ratings, over 90% in comparison to 50% for some older boilers. This improved efficiency also means lower emissions to the environment.
We know that the process of buying a new boiler can be daunting at first. What type of boiler do you need? Which is the best brand? How much does a new boiler cost? Fortunately, new boiler replacement is our favourite subject here at GreenLight! Here we take you through the big decisions you need to make and what you can expect in terms of the cost of a new boiler installation.
All our practices are fully examined by relevant accreditors, such as Gas Safe, the Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineers and the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors, meaning you are in the best hands with GreenLight.
There are three main types of boiler: combi, system and conventional.
- Combi boilers
- System boilers
- Conventional boilers
- Condensing boilers
- Energy-efficient boilers