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Boiler Installation – What to Expect

//Boiler Installation – What to Expect
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We are aware of how complicated the process of a boiler installation can be and we would like to help you to make sense of it all. There are many elements that you need to consider before and during your boiler installation.

We have put together this guide to help you to choose the right boiler and a company that can carry out the installation for you.

The quickest option is to replace your old boiler with a new version of the same type. Many choose to consider other options first because switching to an energy-efficient boiler can come with many benefits.

To help you to take the right steps we are going to cover in detail everything you need to know about installing a new boiler.

You may think that the process is not as hard as it seems because all you need to do is to choose a boiler and an installer.

However, there is more to finding the right boiler for your home that fits and choosing a quality installer that can carry out the process safely.

How to Get the Best Boiler Installation Deal

The process of a boiler installation should never be rushed.

Unfortunately, we often need a new boiler when the old one is no longer working and therefore have to make decisions in a hurry.

To make sure you are getting the best boiler installation deal a company can offer, you need to take the time to learn and consider all the facts that can help you to make the right decision.

boiler installationHow to Choose a Boiler

The boiler that you choose will likely last for a long time if you do your annual boiler service to make sure everything is operating safely.

Since your new boiler is going to be a long term investment it is important to find one that suits you and your home.

New boilers can be very expensive, and if you want to find the best option for your property then you must find the answers to a few questions first.

The two most important things to consider before you continue are your heating and hot water requirements. Those two factors depend mainly on the size of your home and your family.

Another important thing to consider is if you have a gas connection and if not then oil-powered boilers can be a great alternative for you.

Here are the top things you need to consider:

  • Do you have a gas connection
  • How many people live in your house
  • How many bathrooms and radiators are in your house
  • Think about energy efficiency
  • Think about where your boiler can be installed

How Long Will a Boiler Installation Take?

There are countless elements that can affect how long a boiler installation will take.

To begin with, your old boiler has to be removed. The removal of your old boiler will depend on the type and the complexity of your system.

Many installers will flush and clean your system after the removal. This process will vary depending on the condition of your system.

Since every boiler is different then every installation will also be different.

When a new boiler is fitted, there might be changes that need to take place to your pipework and this can also take extra time.

When it comes to installing your brand new boiler, you can either use the old or choose a new location. Choosing a new location will cost the installer more time and cost you more money.

When your new boiler is fitted and fully installed, the engineers will commission the system to ensure that everything is working as it should.

If everything is set and you’re all happy with the work, make sure the new boiler gets registered.

Either you or the engineer can do it and it will ensure your product guarantee becomes valid.

How to Choose An Installer

There are many boiler installation companies, but if you want to do things cost-effectively it is best to use a local company than a national organisation.

Take the necessary time to research, read reviews and compare quotes to find the best company that can work within your budget.

If you decide to choose a local company make sure to check:

  • They are gas safe registered
  • Reviews and references
  • Experience
  • Public liability insurance

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