A new boiler is not something you buy every day and technology has changed massively over this period, so a little research is needed. The actual cost of the boiler is often dwarfed by the additional parts and installation costs needed. A boiler replacement can cost anything from £1800 to £6000 depending on the size of your home, your family needs and the installation requirements.
A new combi boiler is often the way forward and as these are extremely energy efficient and the good new is these new A Rated technology will save you money. An old G rated boiler was only 50% efficient so it literally wasted 50p in every £ that you spend on fuel. A Rated boiler is 98% energy efficient so it won’t waste your cash, so by simply swapping your boiler to a new A Rated boiler will reduce your bills massively.
Adding smart controls is another great move as you can regulate the fuel you are burning and ensure you are not wasting your hard-earned cash.
Swapping an Old System to a Combi Boiler
In the UK a new gas combi boiler is fast becoming the preferred household choice of boiler and it has greatly increased in popularity over the years. In fact over 50% of all boilers that are installed today in the UK are now combination boilers. In some countries in the EU installations are up to 70% due to its incredible benefits in terms of efficiency, space saving and installation costs.
1. The combi boiler is very compact and benefits the home owner as it discretely fits into a kitchen cupboard or small area, this is very beneficial where space is often at a premium in modern households. This type of boiler can generate water and heating from one compact unit.
√ These systems DO NOT require the old water cylinders and offer the benefit of not having the need for a separate tank to be installed in terms of both space and cost of installation.
√ These units are significantly less expensive to install than a conventional boiler due to the costs associated with additional tanks and pipes that need installing with conventional systems.
How Much is a New Combi Boiler?
A combi boiler redirect swap can cost anything from £1800 up to £3500. Take for example you have an old system boiler that needs replacing with a combi boiler you may need to upgrade the gas supply, move the pipework to suit your new requirements, this can add costs as you can imagine in labour and the parts required.
If it’s a direct combi swap the price is obviously going to be reasonable in comparison.
Instant Boiler Quotation Tool
To help you we have installed an Instant Quotation Tool on our website where you answer four simple questions and it will produce for you a quotation! As easy as that it takes into consideration your needs and whether the boiler will need installing elsewhere. Find out now.