Climate Insulation Limited is Gas Safe registered; PAS 2030:2019 certified for installation and have qualified heating engineers with years of experience in the industry. We are local to Manchester with our office in Cheadle.
However, we have a network of qualified Gas Safe Registered Engineers across the country with expertise and knowledge of industry and latest regulations. We are proud of our customer service, highly professional workmanship and extremely competitive prices.
Most of the clients ask for boiler installation cost, but we suggest you to apply under ECO4 Funding. We provide boiler installation services and can help to reduce your fuel bills for up to £300 per year (as per recommendations from Energy Saving Trust) by installing latest A-Rated energy efficient boiler paired with boiler plus compliant heating controls.
All our works come with manufacturer’s warranties as well as our workmanship warranty which is insurance backed from Qualitymark Protection (previously GDGC).
You can apply for ECO4 Funding if your house EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) is E, F or G, you may be eligible for grants, check your EPC at government website by inserting your post code.
Benefits of Boiler Installation
Hot water and heating account for more than 50% of what you pay each year in energy expenses. So the right boiler makes an enormous difference.
Modern boilers that are well-maintained are efficient in burning their fuel however, they lose heat in the hot gases that exit to the flue (a pipe used to draw out the fumes and provide oxygen to the furnace).
Latest boilers have higher efficiency than the older ones due to various factors, yet their biggest benefit is that they’re condensing
Condensing boilers can extract more heat from exhaust flue gas, and then uses it to heat main heating system, which makes them more effective than previous boilers.
If you’re looking to change your boiler or you’re planning then it’s time to get it replaced, you’ll need choose which heating system is suitable for you. It could be the best moment to make the switch to a zero carbon-emission heating system.
In line with the Government’s strategy to achieve Net Zero Carbon Emissions in 2050 The heating systems that use fossil fuels are expected to disappear in the coming years.
The process will begin with an end to the use of oil and gas boilers in new homes beginning in 2025 and we will see more and more homes switch to a lower carbon heating system, for example, the heat pump.
There are a variety of aspects to take into consideration when you are choosing the type of heating system is best for you:
The oil and gas boilers can be classified as ‘system’ boilers with an extra hot water cylinder for storing hot water or ‘combi boilers, which can heat hot water at any time and don’t need an additional hot water tank.
System boilers are more effective than combi boilers in generating hot water, but heating is lost through the hot water system as time passes.
A combi boiler is more efficient overall, but it is contingent on various factors, such as the number of people living in the house and whether you intend to install solar panels in the near future.
A hot water cylinder permits you to store energy generated by solar systems – even if you cannot set up solar panels, this could affect your choice.
If there is a mains gas connection and a modern condensing gas boiler typically has the lowest operating cost to supply hot and heating water.
The average fuel cost indicates that gas is the most economical fuel per kWh compared to electricity, oil and LPG as well as house coal.
If you’re trying to reduce carbon emissions, you must consider using low-carbon heating like the heat pump.
It will reduce the cost of running your home based on the model of the system you’re using and the fuel you’re replacing.
Selecting the best boiler for your needs will depend on a variety of factors such as:
Since 2005, almost all gas boilers installed across the UK are more efficient, condensing boilers.
Your boiler is condensing boiler
It would be better if the central heating system were improved by a few adjustments which include
There are a variety of heating control options that will make your heating system function more efficiently, and keep your costs down.
Find out what thermostats or controls could be suitable for your heating system.
A small amount of the heat generated from your boiler escapes from the flue.
Systems for heat recuperation of flue gases take some of the lost energy and then use it to heat water and make the heating process more effective, and cost-effective.
It’s generally not feasible to add a new flue gas heat recuperation device on top of an already existing boiler. If, however, you’re installing a new boiler you could choose one with flue gas heat recuperation built into the design.
Alternatively, you can request the installer to install an additional heat recovery device in conjunction with the boiler.
New hot water cylinders have been manufactured to be insulated in order to keep hot water at a suitable temperature for a longer period of time.
They play a crucial function in providing customers with hot water, which is why it’s essential that they’re lined with insulation to stop heat from escaping.
If you own an older cylinder, you can save approximately £35 per year by filling the insulation up to 80mm.
In addition, if you’re changing the cylinder, you’ll be able to reduce energy consumption by ensuring that the cylinder is not larger than your requirement.
The deterioration of the older heating systems and the accumulation of sludge and scale could reduce the efficiency of radiators and the heating system.
Utilizing a chemical inhibitor can lower the corrosion rate and help prevent the build-up of scale and sludge, which helps ensure the process’s efficiency.
The inhibitors should be replaced or refreshed every time the heating system is depleted in the course of maintenance as well as boiler replacement.
Building regulations allow using magnetic filters to eliminate rust in the heating water.
If your boiler has been replaced or exchanged for a different heating system, the plumber should install an electric filter close to the boiler if nothing is installed.
The Energy Saving Trust website gives estimated cost savings based on replacing an old boiler with a new A-rated condensing boiler and full set of heating controls, in a gas-heated semi-detached home with three bedrooms. Here are the rest of the figures:
|Yearly cost saving||Old boiler rating||Yearly CO2 saving
|£300||G ( < 70%)||1,220 kg|
|£200||F (70-74%)||810 kg|
|£150||E (74-78%)||610 kg|
|£105||D (78-82%)||420 kg|