Affordable Boiler Installation
We are happy to replace your inefficient boiler at affordable prices with an “A” Rated boiler, which will automatically increase your energy efficiency rating of your home.
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Finding Your Ideal Boiler
The first instinct is always to compare boiler prices in the market, but the priority is investing in an ‘A’ Rated energy efficient boiler from a top-rated manufacturer that’s reliable and has a longer life span. ECO Government grants are available to eligible households to ensure that you have got the best in the market.
A combination boiler or combi boiler combines the utility of a high-efficiency water heater and the functionality of a central heating system into one compact unit. Combi boilers also don’t need separate hot water cylinders, which means they take up significantly less space compared to system and regular boilers.
In addition, most combi boilers have an energy efficiency rating of 90%, and they are by far the UK’s most popular boiler type.
Regular boilers are the most difficult boiler type to install. They require a separate hot water system as well as a cold water storage tank. They’re also the least energy-efficient of all boiler types. This means that it is usually better to upgrade to a system or a combi boiler if you plan to replace your old regular boiler.
However, homes with old radiator systems may not be able to handle the increased water pressure from combi and system boilers. For these types of homes, it is sometimes better to just stick with what works.
Large homes usually have increased occupancy which in turn leads to significantly more water consumption. This poses a problem for most combi boiler models because they have trouble heating more than one tap at a time. Due to this, system boilers are a better fit for high occupancy homes with more than one bathroom.
Form & Function with External Solid Wall Insulations
External Wall Insulation can help save your home from high energy bills.
External Wall Insulation
Millions of households in the UK suffer from exorbitant energy bills due to their uninsulated solid walls. In fact, one in three homeowners in the UK, live in a house that’s been built before the 1930s. These houses have wall structures that can only retain 55% of the heat generated by their central heating system.
Central heating accounts for over 75% of the energy expenditure of an average UK household. Since homes with solid walls, on average, allow 45% of generated heat to escape, you’re essentially throwing money away by not insulating your walls.
If you’re tired of a cold and energy inefficient house that’s plagued with mould and condensation, it is time for you to think about insulating your home with External Wall Insulation. The process involves installing a layer of insulating material to your outer wall. All of this is done with minimal disruption of your home’s interior.
External Wall Insulation involves fixing an insulating material to the exterior of a property and covering it with a special type of plaster/render, improving the overall thermal efficiency of your home.
The thermal efficiency that results from External Wall Insulation can help you save £120 – £455 a year, depending on your wall structure and the type of house you own. A home with optimal thermal efficiency also has the added advantage of being free from damp and mould because of the absence of cold spots that can cause condensation.
Not only is External Wall Insulation practical, it can also serve as an aesthetic measure. You can choose from a wide range of textured or smooth finishes that are available in various colours, adding a touch of warmth and personal flair to the facade of your home.