Boiler Installs

Have a question for us about your installation process?

How quickly can you install a new boiler in my home?

We understand that when you need a new boiler its usually due to a breakdown or loss of heating and hot water. Which is why we always aim to install from tomorrow! Fill out our remote survey to find your tailored quote, connecting you to the best boiler options for your home.

What can I expect on installation day?

Our engineers will arrive in the morning of your scheduled appointment with all the necessary tools and equipment required to complete your new boiler installation. Our experienced, vetted engineers will carry out your installation as quickly and smoothly as possible. However, we advise you to expect most of the day to be blocked out for the job to be completed.

We kindly ask you to make the installation point accessible for our engineers, and they will in turn protect the areas they work in and clean up after themselves.

Can my boiler be moved elsewhere in my home?

Yes, whether you'd prefer to move your boiler to a bedroom, into a cupboard or into the kitchen, our installation experts are able to relocate the boiler and it's pipework to suit you.

Will the installer flush my system?

Our installers will provide a standard power flush when your new boiler is installed. This will help remove rust and debris from inside your system – cleaning your pipes and radiators – which will help your new boiler operate more efficiently.

What happens to my old boiler/ water tank?

Once your new boiler has been successfully installed our engineer will take your old boiler and any other additional pipe work or water tanks that are no longer necessary for them to be properly discarded/ recycled.

How do I know if I need a new boiler?

If your boiler is frequently breaking down, making unusual noises, or your energy bills are rising, it might be time for a replacement.

Is there any warranty included with my boiler installation?

Yes, most boilers come with a manufacturer's warranty, and our installation service also offers a workman's guarantee for added peace of mind.

Will my tank in the attic be removed?

If you’re looking to change from a system or heat only boiler to a combi – there will be no need for you to have a water tank in your attic freeing up space. Our installers remove old water tanks and boilers upon installation of your new system.

What are the different types of boilers available?

There are three main types: combi boilers, system boilers, and regular boilers. Each has its own advantages depending on your home's heating needs.

What is a flue?

A boiler flue is a specific type of flue designed for boilers. It's an essential component that safely conveys the waste gases and condensation produced during the combustion process in a boiler to the outside of a building. By doing so, it ensures that potentially harmful gases, such as carbon monoxide, are not released into the living space.

Award-winning boilers, installed from tomorrow

Collection of two white and one black Worcester Bosch Greenstar 8000 Life boilers supplied by Padly