New Gas Boiler: Costs, Benefits and SavingsPosted on 11th July 2017
At THP Plumbing we understand that investing in a new boiler requires some serious consideration. Whilst there will be an initial financial outlay, in the long-term these costs will be offset by some considerable efficiency benefits, making a new boiler a valuable asset.
As time goes on, your old boiler system will be prone to breakdowns. This means more frequent call-outs for repairs. In turn, this will result in additional cost to you as a landlord and hassle for your tenants. Even without boiler break-down, old models of boiler tend to be less efficient than modern systems which have come on in leaps and bounds in recent years. Over time, a new boiler system will save you and your tenant money as you save on utility bills and repair charges.
Due to their effectiveness, modern boilers are friendlier to the purse strings and to the environment. As highlighted in last week’s blog, government legislation dictates that all new boilers should be classed as a ‘condensing’ boiler model. The Worcester Bosch system installed by THP Plumbing, falls under this category. It’s a feature that makes boilers more efficient and environmentally friendly as they use more than 90% of the fuel they burn.
At THP, our engineers have the knowledge, training and experience to deliver a full range of boiler services to landlords in Norwich. We recognise that as a landlord, you have a legal responsibility to ensure the gas appliances in your property are safe. Of course, if your boiler is in good condition, we won’t pressure you to buy a new one but if you do require a new boiler we recommend Worcester Bosch. Prices for an efficient combi boiler start at £1,700 (+VAT) and include:
- New Worcester Bosch boiler
- Removal and disposal of old boiler
- Full flush and clean of existing pipework
- Registration of boiler with Gas Safe
- 8 Year manufacturer’s guarantee
To book an appointment for a Gas Safe inspection or to arrange any other service, give us a call on 01603 423479. Alternatively, you can email any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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