Whatever fuel type you're considering, upgrading and getting a new boiler will ensure that your heating is performing efficiently and even saving you money on your fuel bills. We can put you in touch with companies who specialise in new boilers and are keen to provide you with competitive boiler quotes.
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If you're in the market for a new boiler, you have multiple options from which to choose. Gas, oil and electric boilers are all common, and each one has its own advantages and disadvantages. Compare different makes and models, and then use our free online service to help you find the right contractor to do the job.► Click For Free New Boiler Quotes ◄
Electric boilers are popular because they operate quietly and do not require new gas lines to be run. Even so, they do not produce as warm a heat as gas or oil units do. Oil boilers burn cleanly and efficiently; however, the price of oil may fluctuate from time to time. Gas boilers produce a warm, radiant heat, but could require new pipes to be run. All of these boilers will run efficiently for a number of years, and can help you save money on your current heating bills.
Average new boiler installation will cost more in a commercial setting than in a residential one, simply because commercial units are more complex. In addition, the size of the building being heated will also play a part in the cost. If your current electrical wiring or utility lines are in poor condition, additional repairs might be needed that would also drive up the cost a little. Be sure the quality of work is guaranteed, even if it means paying more money for a job.
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Q. Why should I install a new boiler, and how much will it cost
A. While boilers often last for many years, the new technological advances in the field mean that they are more durable and efficient than ever before. A brand new boiler could save home owners £300 or more each year due to their increased efficiency. The cost isnít prohibitive either with prices ranging from £500 to £2,500 for a new unit, which will depend on the type of boiler and power rating required. For more information or to request a quote, please fill out the free, no obligation quote form on this page.
Q. What are some advantages of new boilers?
A. New boilers are more energy efficient, and will therefore help you save money on heating your home. They may also come with certain rebates or tax incentives. Please use our easy online form to find reliable boiler installation engineers in your area, who will be happy to discuss the benefits of them with you.
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