Here at Green & Reliable Heating, we are here to assist you with any boiler installation questions you may have! Our heating engineers have answered We'll answer your questions, whether it's about how much a new boiler will cost or which type of boiler is ideal for your home.
What are the different types of boilers?
The great thing about combi boilers is that they not require a hot water tank and heats water on demand.
These types of boilers require a hot water tank to store heated water as well as a cold water feed tank.
This uses a water tank, similar to a conventional boiler, may offer a steady supply of hot water throughout your home.
What is the best type of boiler for my home?
The size of your property, the number of bathrooms, and your heating requirements will determine the sort of boiler you need. An experienced heating engineer will be able to offer the ideal system for your home, ensuring that it is both functional and efficient.
In general, if you have a large property with numerous bathrooms that are likely to be used at the same time, a system boiler or a conventional boiler with water tanks is highly recommended. When serving several taps at the same time, these systems can maintain excellent water pressure. Combi boilers on the other hand are ideal for medium to small households with a single boiler.
What is the price of a new boiler?
There are a few factors to consider when purchasing a new boiler. Some of the factors that you need to consider are the cost of the boiler system and parts, as well as the cost of installation.
The installation and boiler system are both priced at the same time by heating professionals. Here at Green & Reliable Heating, we will be happy to offer a free quote on any new gas boilers and oil boilers. Send us a message using our contact form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
What factors should I consider when hiring a trained heating specialist to install my new boiler?
When selecting a heating engineer, the first crucial thing to look for is that they are registered with the Gas Safe Register. To lawfully work on gas equipment, including boilers, heating engineers must be Gas Safe registered. A Gas Safe registration indicates that your heating engineer has completed extensive training and examinations to ensure that they are working with gas safely.