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Boiler Installation Milton Keynes

Are you looking for boiler installation in Milton Keynes?

At Boilerhut, we are specialists in boiler installation and have a dedicated team of Gas Safe Registered engineers covering Milton Keynes.

If you require a gas boiler installation, an oil boiler installation or an LPG boiler installation, we are here to help you.

We have been supplying and installing boilers across Milton Keynes for the past decade.

In addition to this, our heating engineers also serve nearby places across Buckinghamshire and beyond, including Bletchley, Woburn Sands, Cranfield, Buckingham, Olney and Leighton Buzzard.

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Easy process from start to finish with the team at Boilerhut. The install team arrived as planned and worked extremely hard to meet timelines, they were very helpful and courteous and overcame any issue that arose. System install is neat, tidy and performs extremely well. Very pleased with the entire process and with Boilerhut.

How much does a boiler installation cost in Milton Keynes?

A new boiler costs £2,196 in Milton Keynes. This is the average cost for the supply and installation of a premium gas boiler.

Being a new town, the majority of properties in Milton Keynes are connected to the mains gas grid. However, there are a significant number of properties around Buckingham, Woburn Sands and Aylesbury Vale that aren’t suitable for a gas boiler. If you live in a property that cannot have a gas boiler, an oil boiler is the most common alternative. The average cost for the supply and installation of a premium oil boiler is £4,978.

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Is Milton Keynes a hard water area?

Yes, Milton Keynes has some of the hardest water in the UK and falls in the top 20 locations in the UK for the levels of calcium carbonate the water contains. Supplied by Anglian Water, the reason for the high levels of calcium carbonate is due to the region’s proximity to areas of limestone and chalky rock such as oolitic limestone and cornbrash.

Hard water isn’t an issue for a boiler installation though. 60% of the UK has water that can be categorised as hard and when installing a new boiler in these areas, this is resolved by installing an inexpensive hard water filter at the same time as the boiler. The hard water filter will work to remove any limescale that forms when calcium carbonate in the water is heated and left to stand. To resolve any existing limescale issues in your heating system, we will also undertake a full chemical flush.

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