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Gas boilers are popular choices for central heating and the boiler installation experts in our database are dependable and qualified to handle virtually any project. It is crucial that gas boiler installation jobs are performed by Gas Safe registered engineers like the ones in our database. These are professional boiler installers who have passed a test and have been certified to safely work with gas and handle installations.
When considering a boiler installation job, gas can prove to be an excellent option for a number of reasons. The technology in gas boilers is constantly being improved to make each generation more energy efficient than the preceding one. Gas Safe registered engineers can conduct annual inspections on the boilers to keep them operating safely and at optimal levels. Gas boilers may be slightly more expensive to install in the beginning, but they make up for the extra cost in the long run with energy savings, less costly central heating bills and easy maintenance.
Combination boilers are incredibly popular across because they’re energy-efficient and relatively easy to maintain. A conventional boiler has an efficiency rating of anywhere from 40% to 60%, but a combination boiler is over 90% efficient. This saves homeowners a significant amount of money on their heating bills, and it helps them reduce their overall carbon footprint, as well.
Prices will vary depending on the size and brand of the new boiler that is selected by the customer. There are typically additional charges for removing an old boiler as well. It is usually necessary for the central heating system to be flushed out and the installation area cleaned which involves an additional charge. The area of installation may impact the cost too, especially if the new boiler installation job has to be done in a different location from the old boiler. This is why it is important to obtain competitive quotes from the Gas Safe registered boiler installation experts in our network.
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To figure out the proper sized boiler for your house, first you need to find out the approximate square footage. Then take that number and multiply it by 50 to get the BTU rating that you will need. For example, if your house is 1,000 square feet, then you will need a boiler that puts out at least 50,000 BTUs. Don't worry though... the professionals will advise on the best solution for you.
The average price for boiler installation will be approximately £2,000 - £3,000. This will vary depending on the type of boiler, the size and rating, and whether or not your installer has to obtain any permits prior to installation.
Installing a new boiler usually take about one day. Replacing an existing boiler, especially one that has been in place for many years, can take much longer. This is due to the fact that age may have damaged the boiler and the gas and water lines running to and from the device.
That will depend on your own personal needs. Combi boilers are becoming very popular because they provide both heat and hot water directly from the boiler. Regular or standard boilers, on the other hand, provide heat to the house and hot water for your cylinder.
This will depend on whether you have soft or hard water. You may get up to 15 years out of a water heater if you have soft water, but may need to replace it after 10 years if you have hard water. Regular servicing will help prolong the life of your boiler and keep it operating efficiently.
Condensing boilers can be more efficient than traditional steam boilers, and they’re often more efficient than traditional furnaces, too. However, the up-front purchase price of a boiler is almost double that of a traditional furnace. It’s important to consider this before you make a buying decision.
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