5 Benefits of upgrading your boiler – With energy bills going through the roof, it’s time to think about upgrading your old boiler. We’re all guilty of not thinking about our boilers… until something goes wrong! Then all hell breaks loose as the house turns into an iceberg, the dishes can’t get cleaned, and unless you want an ice bath – there’s no way of giving yourself or the kids a wash after a long day at work.
Instead of waiting for an emergency to occur, maybe it’s time to think about upgrading to a nice new boiler in your home. See below for 5 benefits of upgrading your old boiler:
Over time, old gas boilers become less efficient and can struggle to heat your property. Most new condensing boilers are A-rated on the EPC Rating, which equates to a boiler efficiency of 90% or more. Simply put, this means your new boiler would be using a lot less energy to perform the same task as your old boiler. Energy efficiency is one of the best and easiest ways to save money, reduce energy and combat climate change, as well as provide environmental, community and health benefits. If that isn’t enough to sway your mind, continue reading to find out why a new boiler will be beneficial to you.
Reduces energy bills
Due to a new boiler having to use less energy (as stated above), this means your boiler will be saving you a lot of money! Something that could really help in this current climate. According to the Energy Saving Trust, a new A-rated condensing boiler with thermostat and radiator controls could lower your annual energy bill by as much as £350!
The noise of your old boiler may not bother you now, but wait until you get your nice new boiler installed and you’ll notice a big difference. Old boilers can seem to get louder and louder as the years go by due to wear and tear, but with their high-quality materials and improved designs, a new boiler can sit quietly in a back room or next to your bedroom and you would barely hear a peep.
Do you have an old boiler taking up a lot of room in your home? Upgrading your boiler could free up a lot of space. Due to their new sizes, this could provide you with more options for where to place your boiler. For example, you may be able to hide yours behind a spare cupboard in your kitchen, which would free up space elsewhere in your house.
Better for your health
Keeping the temperature in your home at steady heat will be beneficial to your health. This is because the warm air keeps your home clean without circulating dust or allergies.
We provide both domestic and commercial boilers, so if you’re in need of a new boiler or you want to find out more, get in touch at 01752 695050 or visit brheatingltd.co.uk/contact-b-r-heating/