Gas Safe Registered Engineers Swindon

Do you require a new boiler in Swindon? If you do you have come to the right place. Comprising engineers with over 40 years of experience, our team are here to provide gas, oil and LPG boiler installation in Swindon, across Wiltshire and over the county border into Oxfordshire.

All of our engineers are Gas Safe registered and we maintain close working relationships with leading boiler manufacturers to ensure we can provide you with the most competitive pricing when it comes to installation.

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Boilers installed across Swindon and surrounding areas

In addition to Swindon, our heating engineers also serve nearby places including Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough, Wroughton, Cricklade, Wanborough, Faringdon and Purton.

Highly trained installation team with over 40 years of experience

We are proud to be Viessmann Trained Installers, part of the Grant G1 scheme, Ariston recommended installers and approved Navien Certified Installers.
However, as an independent boiler installation company, we are able to install boilers from any manufacturer.

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How much does a new boiler cost in Swindon?

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

The majority of properties in Swindon are connected to the mains gas grid. However, if you live a little bit further out but still in the proximity of Swindon, you may find this is not the case. There are many properties in Royal Wootton Bassett, Marlborough and in the Vale of White Horse in Oxfordshire that aren’t connected to the mains gas grid. If you live in one of these properties, the most common alternative is an oil boiler. The average cost for the supply and installation of a premium oil boiler is £4,978.

Does Swindon have hard water?

Yes, like 60% of locations in the UK, Swindon has hard water. Supplied by Thames Water, the water is categorised as hard water due to the high levels of calcium carbonate it contains. Higher levels of calcium carbonate in the water supply results in more limescale. 

Limescale won’t be an issue for a new boiler installation as we will install an inexpensive hard water filter as part of the installation. This filter removes 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