Comparing Replacement Gas Boiler Prices

Comparing Replacement Gas Boiler Prices

Replacement Boilers Online Prices

Where can I find Online Prices for Boilers?


Searching for Boilers Online Prices can be very tiresome and stressful, especially if your boiler has just broken down and you need something done quickly.

So, the best thing to do in our opinion to is to go directly to a price comparison website where you can get multiple quotes from independent installers – you could always visit each separate website for each boiler company, but with hundreds, if not thousands of sites to go through you would have your work cut out for you.

The benefits of decent comparison site like www.localboilerquotes.co.uk are that firstly, you can find a price guide here and also read up useful information about the different type of appliances and which one would suit your property best and they have a panel of certified installers already at hand to give you written quotes for any type of boiler in the market.

Such as:

  • COMBI BOILERS
  • SYSTEM BOILERS
  • CONDENSER BOILERS
  • OILFIRED BOILERS

GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS

Replacement Gas Boiler PricesUnderground temperatures remain very steady throughout the year once you reach 1 metre or so in depth and ground source heat pumps take advantage of this to provide a steady and reliable source of renewable heat energy by utilising the retained heat from solar radiation.

Whereas air to air heat pumps work like a reverse air conditioning unit, ground source heat pumps could be said to be a reverse refrigerator, but instead of drawing heat and cooling things, they draw heat from the ground and recirculate it.

Depending on the heating system that is being replaced or boosted, Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHP) as an alternative or additional source of domestic heat energy represent a very efficient and cost effective way to help reduce heating fuel bills.

Ground source heat pumps work by using a network of buried pipes which contain a mix of antifreeze and water circulating within the pipes to harvest heat from the ground. The liquid goes through a heat exchanger and this heat is then used in the home, either for hot air heating systems or hot water.

The more heat you want to generate, the bigger the network of buried pipes you require, in some instances a vertical borehole may be used for the pipes where space is restricted.

Although GSHP’s are very efficient in the way they work, generating as much as 4 units of heat for every 1 unit of electricity they use, they may not deliver as high temperature water as conventional boilers, and you may need to keep them on continuously during the winter to support your central heating.

If you would like to know more about Installing Heat Pumps and what the saving & costs involved are, simply send us a few details & we will arrange for properly qualified installers to provide you with up to 3 written quotes for your property.