One of the big reasons to change your boiler is that the existing one is breaking down a lot and it is getting tricky to find parts for it. But this isn’t the one reasons for making a change. You can also save money with a new boiler in other ways that are worth considering.
According to government studies, boilers that are rated as Band G on efficiency (normally 10-15 years old) are 70% less efficient than the modern Band A boilers. If you replace the boiler and add a modern set of heating controls where you can control your heating with your smartphone or through a computer app, you can save around £340 a year and also about 1500kg of carbon monoxide.
This is because you are using less gas and electricity to create the hot water and propel it around your house. It means heating costs less and reduces your utility bills. It also reduces your carbon footprint, making your property more eco-friendly. An efficient boiler is a big selling point if you come to sell your house too, especially with the new energy rating system that the government have introduced.
Even more modern boilers can still need replacing if there are constant problems or if they can’t handle the growing needs of your property. That’s why it is always worth chatting with an expert to get the advice you need on whether your boiler is working for you or against you.
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