Reasons For a New Boiler Replacement
When buying a new boiler you can have a lot to think about as it is one of the most important items in your home. It provides heat when you need it as well as hot water for washing up, filling baths, taking showers, washing hands and many more activities. You might need a new boiler replacement if yours develops costly faults or breaks down completely, but there are a number of other reasons to install a new boiler in your home too.
New boilers are becoming ever more efficient, with recent models converting a higher percentage of the fuel used to power them into heat. This helps reduce your utility bills because you do not need to use as much gas, LPG or oil to meet your needs.
Modern boilers are usually all condensing boilers, meaning that they use the heat from the otherwise wasted flue gases to preheat the cold water entering the boiler. Therefore, the device doesn’t have to draw on as much fuel as in a non-condensing boiler.
Another benefit of a new boiler is that their efficiency makes them more environmentally friendly. If you are concerned about the ecological effects of your heating use, new boilers with lower waste use less fuel, which is better for the environment.
A new boiler replacement can also improve the safety of your home. The older your current boiler, the higher the risk from dangerous emissions such as carbon monoxide entering your home. This is also why it is hugely important to test your gas appliances once a year and to ensure you have carbon monoxide detectors in your property.
Of course, you will have many questions about new boiler prices, and whether you should look for a new Worcester boiler, Ideal boiler, Vaillant boiler and so on. Keep reading to find out more about a new boiler replacement through Clever Energy Boilers.
QUICK REFERENCE LINKS:
You might like to read the following
How Much is a New Boiler?
New boiler prices vary due to a number of different factors but our prices start from £1800. The price of the physical boiler itself depends on the size of the item in terms of its power, whether it is a standard or premium model, and the type of boiler (combi, system or regular).
You also have to consider any additional extras that you might like, such as smart controls, and the cost of the installation process. If you want the location of your current boiler moving when the new boiler is fitted, that will cost more than if you want to keep it in the same place. There is extra pipework to consider, the expense of fitting a new flue and other considerations to take into account.
The new boiler replacement cost is also affected if you choose a different type of boiler. For example, you might currently have a combi, but think that a system boiler would serve your family better. In this case, you also have to buy and install a cylinder to store your hot water.
So, there isn’t a straight answer to the question ‘how much is a new boiler?’. However, Clever Energy Boilers can perform a home survey, where an expert fitter comes to visit you and takes down details of your home and boiler use. They use this information to recommend both standard and premium boiler packages and can provide a fixed quote for the appliance and the installation process.
You can then take time to consider your new boiler replacement, knowing exactly how much it will cost if you choose to go ahead. Talk to us today through the Contact form or by calling 01274 214557 and we can arrange a free, no-obligation home survey.
New Boiler Deals
You can perform a new boiler installation from £1,800 with Clever Energy Boilers thanks to the range of efficient and eco-friendly boilers we supply. Each are fitted by our experienced, professional and polite staff. We can also provide you with new boiler deals in terms of how you pay for your new boiler.
There are three different ways to finance your purchase. Firstly, you can pay in full by bank transfer, card or cash. In addition, we are an authorised and regulated credit broker and can offer you finance options so you can enjoy the benefits of your new boiler while taking your time to pay for it.
With the Low Monthly Payments option, you spread the cost of the new boiler replacement over a period of up to ten years. Alternatively, the Buy Now, Pay Later scheme allows you to have the boiler installed and pay nothing for 12 months. You then choose to pay the full amount before the end of the deferral period without paying any interest (although an early exit fee might apply) or you begin making 120 monthly payments to settle the balance.
Find out more information about these new boiler deals at the Finance Options page, and you can talk to the Clever Energy Boilers customer care team about the option that works best for you. Whether it is a new boiler pay monthly scheme or you transfer the balance in full at the time of purchase, there are a number of deals to help you meet the new boiler cost.
New Boiler Grant
You are usually eligible to take advantage of a new boiler grant if you receive any one of a number of benefits. The Energy Company Obligation (ECO) is a UK scheme to help low income households install energy efficient and reliable boilers. The twin aims are to lower carbon emissions by giving more people the chance to install a new boiler with improved efficiency, as well as tackling fuel poverty across the country.
In order to qualify for a new boiler grant, you must be the recipient of such benefits as carer’s allowance, attendance allowance, child tax credit, working tax credit and a large array of others. Find the full list of benefits that mean you can apply for the ECO funding new boiler grant at the Eco Funding page.
Having a grant funded boiler gives you access to a model that you might not otherwise be able to afford. The savings that a new boiler brings can be invaluable to families on low incomes and having more people using the most energy efficient appliances possible is good news for the environment too.
If you do not qualify for the new boiler grant, you can take a look at the Clever Energy Boilers smart finance options to fund your new boiler.