How Much is Your New Boiler Likely to Cost you?
Buying a new boiler or a central heating system can be one of the most important buying decisions you can make. Cost of a new boiler doesn’t just include the boiler cost, but also the installation costs and various extras. If you are in the market for a new boiler, probably the cheapest route is buying a boiler online from one of the online plumbing merchants, and then find a local plumber to install it for you. But then the responsibility for verifying whether that plumber/installer is Gas Safe Registered or has any other certification falls square on your shoulders. Whereas a certified, experienced installation company like Boilerhut will take care of everything at their end. At the end of the day, you get what you pay for.
If you go for the finance option, you can spread the cost over many months or years. If you’re currently using a 25-30 year old back boiler, chances are you are spending £1000 a year or more on energy bills. You can easily save £300-£400 per year off that amount by simply getting a brand new, modern, A rated, high efficiency condensing boiler. Not only do you get consistent heating and hot water, you also waste less energy. Which means whatever interest you may pay over years, gets negated in energy savings alone.