If you require a new boiler installation in Poole, we are here to provide you with just that. We are a team of heating engineers who have over 40 years of experience and are accredited by major boiler manufacturers including Viessmann, Ariston, Grant and Navien.
Whether it’s a combi boiler, a system boiler or a conventional boiler you require, we can help. We install gas boilers, oil boilers and LPG boilers.
Whatever your reason for needing a new boiler, whether it has broken down or it’s just time for an upgrade, our team will be happy to help.
Boilers installed across Poole
In addition to the town itself, we also provide our boiler installation services to Hamworthy, Upton, Creekmoor, Corfe Mullen, Lytchett Minster, Wimborne Minster, Lytchett Matravers and many other places across Poole and the South East Dorset conurbation.
Trusted by leading boiler manufacturers
Our team comprises Gas Safe registered heating engineers with over 40 years of experience, and we are trusted and accredited by several major boiler manufacturers being Viessmann Trained Installers, Ariston Recommended Installers, part of the Grant G1 Scheme and Navien Certified Installers.
How much is a new boiler in Poole?
The supply and installation of a new gas boiler in Poole costs an average of £2,196.
For the most part, Poole is connected to the mains gas network. However, there are a number of properties around Sandbanks Road, Shore Road, Haven Road, Western Road, and The Avenue, where a gas boiler won’t be suitable due to them not having a mains gas supply.
If you live in a property in the Poole area which isn’t connected to mains gas, we can still provide you with a boiler installation. Instead, we are able to offer you an oil or LPG boiler. The most popular of these being an oil boiler. On average, an oil boiler will cost you £4,978 in Poole. This price includes the supply and installation of a premium oil boiler.
Does Poole have hard water?
Yes, Poole has hard water. Supplied by Wessex Water, Poole has hard water due to the chalky limestone found in the region which causes the water to contain higher levels of minerals including magnesium, calcium and potassium. What this means for a boiler installation is that the water in Poole will be prone to limescale. Whilst this may sound like an issue, let us reassure you that it’s not as 60% of the UK has hard water. All it means is that we will need to install an inexpensive hard water filter for boiler installations in Poole. Whilst to resolve any existing limescale issues in your heating system, we will also undertake a full chemical flush.