Combi Boilers

Cheap combi boilers are incredibly popular in the UK as a highly efficient heating system and help to cut energy bills. On top of this, their small carcass can fit into a kitchen cupboard or hooked onto the wall. There is no need for water storage tanks in the loft or airing cupboard.

Their popularity is mainly due to the fact cheap combi boilers will heat water on demand and they’re now Britain’s favourite system.

These combination boilers won’t just heat water but provide the central heating for your home as well.

Why should I install a combi boiler?

Convenience is one of the primary reasons to consider a combi. With hot water on demand there isn’t the need to wait hours for water to heat up when you want to run a bath. With the combi boiler you’ll avoid fluctuating water temperatures and controls come standard fit.

The space saving aspect is another appeal. If you have an older boiler you’ll probably be aware of the water tank in the loft or airing cupboard. A combi eliminates the need for this and instead will be fitted onto a wall or even in a small cupboard.

Of course, the deciding factor for cheap combi boilers popularity is the energy efficiency. These heating systems are the most efficient on the market, turning more fuel into heat and cutting energy bills. In fact there are savings possible up to £300 a year.

Combi boiler benefits

cheap combi boilers

  • Cut home energy bills up to £300 annually, saving plenty of money and helping homes to escape fuel poverty worries
  • A more efficient way to heat the home, with controls to determine each room’s temperature
  • Reduce CO2 emissions by burning less fuel for heat, which is great for the environment and helps to meet Government targets
  • Enhance your property’s Energy Performance Certificate which is crucial for potential buyers in the future to work out potential energy bills.
  • Cheap combi boilers drawbacks

    With combi boilers the only real disadvantage is they require a lot of cold water to heat up, so multiple outlets can’t be used at the same time. For example you won’t be able to have a shower and run the hot tap without causing a drop in water pressure.

    This means the combi isn’t ideal for larger families where there will be multiple bathrooms in use at the same time.

     

    Facts & Figures You’ll Love To Share

    • Heating accounts for around 60% of the annual household bill and a new boiler can slash expenses.
    • By replacing your old and inefficient boiler you can save up to £310 a year according to the Energy Saving Trust.
    • Energy prices have doubled since 2004 and will double again by 2020, so secure your energy future with an A-rated boiler.
    • An annual boiler service costs between £50 and £100 but could save you hundreds of pounds on future repair work.
    • With a new boiler you can slash carbon dioxide emissions by a whopping 1,200kg each year.
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Price

£500-£2,500

For a boiler only

Installation time

1-2 days

Installation price

£300-£1,000


Advantages and disadvantages
  • Provides unlimited hot water on demand
  • Compact – takes up less room than most other boilers
  • Cost effective and energy efficient – only heats water when it’s needed
  • Supplies hot water at mains pressure, which could mean a shower pump isn’t needed
  • Can cause a drop in water pressure if more than one hot tap is used at the same time
  • The water supply might take a few moments to heat up