The heating system is one of the most important parts of your home. Your boiler will provide you with heat and hot water throughout the year and the chances are you take little notice of it. Why would you if it’s churning out heat throughout the year without a problem?
But how expensive are your energy bills? Did you know that replacing your boiler could save you over £300 a year on bills because of the improved efficiency? If your boiler is over 10-years old, then the chances are there’s a huge saving to be made.
However, paying for a new boiler isn’t the cheapest of home improvements. It’s not the most expensive either, and you could be looking at between £1,500 and £2,000 for a very efficient combi boiler.
To help combat this initial cost you could consider boiler finance. With finance you’ll pay a monthly fee for however long you choose to cover the cost of the boiler. This could be as little as 12 months and certainly helps those who can’t afford the full one-off payment.
If your boiler breaks down unexpectedly too, you may want to think about boiler finance without the funds readily available in the bank. Boiler finance is ideal and although there is a small interest fee, it’s a handy alternative.
With boiler finance:
- Spread the cost of replacing your boiler to make the purchase easier on your finances
- Start saving over £300 a year on your bills with a more efficient system
- Heat your home efficiently a enjoy your new boiler for over 15 years
- Avoid the expensive cost of boiler parts and repairs in the event of a breakdown
- Reduce your home carbon emissions and become environmentally friendly.
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Boiler finance activity in April 2018
Boiler finance Projects in the UK in April 2018
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Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy rating dependent on exactly how efficient they are and ratings are shown in the information down below. This varies from A, the most energy efficient, to G, the very least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have cheaper energy bills as more heat will likely be kept in your house. You can improve your home's efficiency with insulation such as upvc double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.