Should I replace my boiler?
Replacing your boiler can sound very expensive, however research shows that if your boiler is over 20 years old you could actually save money by forking out for a new one. New boilers are proven to make more use of the heat they generate because they make more efficient use of the energy that it can generate.
New Boilers Vs Old Boilers
If your boiler was made before 1980 then you may have a non- condensing boiler instead of a more efficient condensing boiler which were introduced on the market in 1980. They have been proven to make more efficient use of the heat that boilers generate from fuels they are more eco-friendly than their older counterparts.
How much could I save?
How much you could save from your boiler depends on how old your current boiler is, as boilers tend to become less efficient with age. By installing a new boiler you will be investing for the future. When working out exactly how much you could save, you need to take the SEDBUK Rating Guide you will find on your boiler. For example, if your boiler is rated G which is below 70% then upgrading to a new condensing boiler would be very effective and could save you hundreds of pounds each year by lowering your heating bills.
By getting your new boiler you are setting yourself up for long term peace of mind and saving yourself money each year. Your old boiler could be in need of repairs and would begin to cost you. In some cases old boilers are becoming increasing difficult to repair as the parts have been outdated. Old boilers tend to also be a lot larger and may be taking up storage space in your property, which can be greatly reduced with the installation of a new boiler.
If you are thinking about boiler replacement in Bristol then look no further. DHS provide a professional and high quality service, with over 40 years of experience with installing and repairing boilers in Bristol.