We provide a free Honeywell Lyric T6 wired smart thermostat worth £199.99 RRP with every installation. It knows whether you're home or away and adapts to your schedule to help you save energy and make your home smarter every day. Control it via your smartphone or tablet from anywhere you like.
10-Year Manufacturer Warranty
Each boiler comes with a 10-year warranty as standard backed by the manufacturer. That’s 3,650 days on which you don’t have to worry about your new boiler.
Free Chemical Flush
Peace of mind
You don’t want to install a brand new boiler in a heating system with possible blockages or sludge build-up. That’s why we always include a free chemical flush of your heating system to clean out any blockages and ensure it’s spick and span.
Free Magnetic Filter & Limescale Reducer
To keep your new boiler in the best possible condition, we’ll also install a free magnetic filter and limescale reducer worth £150.00 RRP to protect your system from any sludge build-up and limescale.
Pumps & Valves
Efficient Water Flow
No one wants poor water pressure, that’s why we fit pumps and valves when needed to ensure water reaches all the right places.
What we mean by number of bathrooms
We're looking for the number of bathrooms with bath tubs and/or non-electric showers.
Not sure what kind of fuel your boiler uses?
Find out below how to identify which kind of fuel keeps your boiler running.
Most properties in the UK use gas as an energy source for their heating. If you have a gas meter and no fuel tanks outside your property, it is likely that your property uses gas as source of energy.
If you don't have a gas meter and no fuel tanks outside of your property, your heating system is likely to be an electric one. Instead of traditional radiators, you will have electric storage heaters, and it's the most common fuel type for properties with underfloor heating.
LPG stands for Liquid Petroleum Gas, which is also referred to as propane or butane. It is stored in a tank outside of the property, which can be installed underground.
Traditionally the most widely used fuel for off-grid properties in rural areas that are not connected to mains gas. It has to be stored in a tank outside of the property, which can be installed underground.
Not sure what type of boiler you have?
Let us help you find your boiler type. We have listed the most common gas boiler types and how to identify them below.
Combi boilers deliver hot water on demand without the need for either a cold water tank in the loft or a hot water cylinder.
Regular boilers work alongside a cold water tank and a hot water storage cylinder. They’re also called open vent, conventional or traditional boilers.
System boilers heat water for radiators directly but also feed hot water into a hot water storage cylinder for it to be passed on to taps and showers whenever needed.
Back boilers are fitted behind an electric or gas-fired stove or fireplace. They work alongside a cold water tank and a hot water storage cylinder.
Not sure what type of boiler you'd like?
We want to make sure you select the right boiler for your needs. Below you’ll find more information on the benefits of each boiler type.
Combi boilers are the most cost-effective and energy-efficient types of boilers since they provide hot water on demand and water doesn’t need to be stored in a hot water cylinder. There’s no need for a cold water tank either, which makes them ideal for smaller properties.
Regular boilers can easily cope with high water demands, and are therefore the best choice for homes with two or more bathrooms. They’re also perfect if you already have a regular boiler and/or older radiators since the pressure is not as high as with system or combi boilers.
System boilers are ideal for homes with one or more bathrooms, as they respond quickly and deliver hot water to any number of taps and showers due to their built-in pump. They're perfect for properties with unvented cylinders such as a Megaflo, and are very economical to run.
Why moving your boiler can affect the price
Moving a boiler to a new location may involve a few extra steps that may affect the duration and price of your installation:
The flue exit of the old boiler location needs to be bricked up.
A new flue exit location needs to be core drilled.
The exiting pipework needs to be rerouted to the new location.
The electrics, e.g. a fuse spur, may have to be relocated, for which we have to call in a qualified electrician.
A new gas pipe that reaches the new boiler location needs to be run.
Why the location of your boiler is important
If your boiler is located on or above the second floor, we may require scaffolding to ensure our engineers can work safely on the exterior wall.
The flue of your boiler
The flue is your boiler's exhaust pipe. It exits a property through either an exterior wall or the roof, and allows harmful gases to exit the property.