Heatcraft provide replacement boilers from as little as £1,600 inc VAT.
Compare that to national companies, who charge in excess of £3,500 for a simple replacement. As local heating specialists, we’re able to offer much cheaper options for boiler replacement.
Standard boiler warranties from leading manufacturers will cover parts and labour for around 2 years. An installation from Heatcraft, however, gives you access to extended warranties for up to 10 years. That’s up to five times the cover you’d receive from a manufacturer, giving you peace of mind and guaranteed security should your boiler need repair.
Heatcraft’s boiler repair and installation specialists are accredited by leading manufacturers, including Worcester, Bosch Group. We’re also endorsed by Which, the UK’s largest consumer group, as an Approved Tradesman – proof that our workmanship is of the highest standards.
Replacing an old boiler will help you to save money on your energy costs. Modern appliances are more efficient, avoiding the common problem of heat loss from older boilers. Our heating engineers will help you choose a boiler that is suitable for your house and usage. Here are some factors you should consider when choosing a new boiler:
House size and usage matter because the boiler wattage will need to be big enough to supply the heating demands of your radiators. So if you’re not sure what you’ll need or what type of boiler would be the best solution for your home, we will be more than happy to offer you a free quote when we visit your property.
If saving as much energy as possible is a priority for you, there are other heating options you can consider. One of the simplest options is to install a combi boiler with a built-in flue heat recovery system. This mechanism recovers any heat that would normally be lost without one – meaning you’ll save more on your energy bills.
A more serious energy-saving solution is a biomass boiler. While these units are a lot bigger than traditional boilers, they offer plenty of benefits. They run on energy crops such as wood – much cheaper to purchase than fossil fuels like gas and coal – and you can also get money paid back to you via the government’s RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) scheme, which rewards those who use renewable heat. Of course, you’ll be helping the environment too!