3 Tips for Purchasing a New Boiler

The cost of buying and installing a new boiler can be significant, peaking at £3,000 depending on your choice of unit and the company that you engage to manage the installation. With this in mind, you need think long and hard before you decide to purchase a new boiler, as it’s imperative that you get the right model to suit your needs and achieve value for your hard-earned money. So, here are three tips to help you make an informed choice when buying a brand-new boiler. 

1. Big Brands can be Worth the Money 

There are some major brands in the boiler world, including manufacturers such as Baxi, Ideal and Worcester Bosch. Whilst these units often cost a premium to buy, they tend to deliver greater more significant savings and are more likely to maintain outstanding performance over an extended period of time. Interestingly, many of these market-leading boilers are also available with extended warranties, which help to safeguard your investment as a home-owner. 

2. Get the Right Model 

Whilst choosing a unit from a market leading brand has its benefits, it’s important to make your selection based on the properties of the unit too, More specifically, you need to procure a unit that can cope with your property’s size and energy demands, whilst determining whether you should install a heating system that features includes a separate and capacious water tank. If you own a small or a new-build home, you may be best-served by installing an efficient and self-contained combi-boiler that helps you to make the most of your space. 

3. Whatever May Happen, Stick to your Choice! 

If you’ve thoroughly compared the market and made a decision based on your precise needs, it’s important that you stick with your choice and press ahead with the installation! After all, the market is full of competing options that can create doubt in your mind, whilst you should note that some installers are incentivised to recommend models from specific manufacturers. In this instance, they may try to influence your decision, and whilst you should never ignore expert advice you should retain confidence in the research that you’ve done to date. 

Installing your Boiler with Fletchers Heating & Plumbing 

Once you’ve selected your boiler, the next step is to find a reputable and accredited engineer who can manage the installation. If you live in West Drayton or the surrounding areas, Fletchers Heating & Plumbing may well be the brand for you. After all, we have years of experience managing boiler installation, whilst we’re also Gas Safe registered and fully insured to work in your property. To discuss this in further detail, why not give us a call today on 07919 156562. Conversely, you can email us at fletchersheating@gmail.com at your earliest convenience, and even request your quote in writing.