Are you looking for a new boiler in Wolverhampton? Whether your boiler has broken down or it’s just time for a new one, we are here to provide you with boiler installation in Wolverhampton
At Boilerhut, we operate across the UK but have a dedicated team serving Wolverhampton and the West Midlands. So whether you live in the city itself or you require a boiler nearby in Dudley, Bilston, Codsall, Willenhall, Walsall, Wednesbury or Wombourne, we are here to help. Our services include the installation of gas boilers, oil boilers and LPG boilers.
All of our engineers are Gas Safe registered to give you peace of mind that you’re in safe hands. In addition to this, we maintain close working relationships with leading boiler manufacturers and are able to provide you with the most competitive pricing when it comes to installation.
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If you require a new boiler in Wolverhampton, we will be happy to assist you. Enter your postcode below to get an instant quote – at any time of the day! Whilst if you prefer to talk on the phone, call us on 029 2009 9898 to find out more.
Trained installers 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. If you would like to discover our thoughts on the current ranges from the major boiler manufacturers offering products in the UK, see the following guides we have put together:
How much does a new boiler cost in Wolverhampton?
On average, the cost of a premium gas boiler in Wolverhampton is £2,196 fully installed. Most of Wolverhampton is connected to the mains gas grid. However, if you require an oil boiler in Wolverhampton, the average cost of this is £4,978.
Is Wolverhampton a hard water area?
Wolverhampton is a hard water area. Supplied by Severn Trent, the water in Wolverhampton and the West Midlands is categorised as hard water due to the higher levels of calcium carbonate it contains. Whilst hard water isn’t a problem, it will just mean that as part of your boiler installation an inexpensive hard water filter will need to be installed. Wolverhampton is not alone in having hard water though, 60% of the UK has water of this type. The reason a hard water filter will need to be installed is as when hard water is heated and left to stand the dissolved calcium carbonate minerals will solidify as limescale, which can build up and affect the efficiency of your heating system. At Boilerhut, we provide a chemical flush of your heating system to remove any existing limescale issues.