There’s no worse time for your boiler to break down - cold showers and no heating isn’t great fun, especially in winter. If you’re thinking to yourself that you might need a new boiler, then you need to put some serious consideration into the choices you have. You could leave it and hope for the best, or you could contact one of our professionals for them to give you some honest, trustworthy advice.
Getting a new boiler may seem like a pain and you may have to loosen your purse strings. But in actual fact a new boiler could end up saving you money in the long run. We all know energy bills are rising year-on-year but a new energy efficient boiler could cut your heating bill by 40%! As well as this, older boilers discharge more waste gases up the flue than a modern boiler. It is therefore better for the environment if you get a modern boiler as less carbon emissions are contributed to the environment.
This is all great but you’ll want to know exactly what to look for if you think you might need a new boiler before you take the plunge.
Signs to look/listen out for:
It’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to boilers, it may seem like a small issue but if you do notice any of these signs you should take the time to look further into the issue. Remember it’ll work out better for you to replace your boiler before it breaks, if you do wait until it’s broken you’ll probably end up having to pay more that if you rectified the situation when the boiler wasn’t completely broken.
All of our heating and boiler engineers are Gas Safe registered so you can rest in the knowledge that you’re in safe hands. Give us a call if you’re concerned about your boiler and put your mind a rest.
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