The boiler in your home is crucial not only for heating but for hot water. When they malfunction, you can lose both and especially in the winter, this is a huge problem. If your boiler is starting to run into problems, parts or hard to come by or if over a certain age, it may be time to consider a replacement. So here are some buying tips to remember when buying your next boiler.
First, look at reviews and figures on the boilers. Is the one you are considering reliable and does it have a good warranty on it? Top makes often cost more but this is because they are well made, reliable and have a good lifespan. You can get cheaper boilers, but it can be poor economy if they break down often or don’t last as long.
The combi or combination boiler is the most popular type around the country, but it doesn’t work for every home. Chat with a gas engineer about what you need and get an idea if a combi can handle your home’s needs. For example, a combi is great for a standard 2-3-bedroom home with 1-2 bathrooms. But bigger properties with more demands might need a water storage tank as well as a boiler to meet their needs.
Energy efficiency is a massive factor in choosing a boiler and you want one that is as highly rated as possible. Swapping an old boiler for a modern one saves an average of over £650 a year on your heating bills because they use less energy to do the job. Reviews will help you with this, but manufacturers will also include this information on their sales pages.
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