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Replacing a boiler can be an eye-opening experience, particularly if you have never faced such a daunting task and your current boiler is an older model. In such a situation, consider taking advantage of our database of reputable boiler replacement Northern Ireland services. We have already done the homework for you by compiling a list of licensed professionals with excellent references, and we can provide you with free quotes that meet your boiler replacement needs.
How do you know when it is time to obtain some cost quotes from boiler replacement Northern Ireland professionals? There are some warning signs to look for that may indicate the time for replacing the boiler is fast approaching. Persistent breakdowns of different parts may mean the boiler is on its last leg. By the time you replace several major parts, you could have installed a new boiler. It may also make sense to look into replacing a boiler when facing a very high cost repair, like work on the flue. Loud kettling noises and high operating costs due to energy inefficiency are also good reasons to consider contacting a replacement boiler expert.
Most Northern Ireland property owners don’t give a second thought to the boiler units in their homes – until they decide to malfunction. However, these units need to consistently function optimally if they want to ensure that they get as much use as possible out of them. When a boiler is working as it should, home owners can enjoy peace of mind that the chances of it malfunctioning will be minimized. This also means that there is less chance of any damage being caused to their home as a result of a faulty unit. Always ensure that a Gas Safe engineer works on your boiler.
As with anything, costs for a replacement boiler Northern Ireland may vary depending on a number of factors. Costs have gone up in recent years due to government regulations involving energy efficiency, safety and environmental concerns; however, the additional costs do make replacement boilers safer and less expensive to operate than their older counterparts. Through our network of Northern Ireland boiler replacement specialists, we are able to offer the best quotes for qualified service personnel who provide boilers that are compliant with all government regulations.
You, the customer, can have complete confidence in the quality of our boiler specialists. Each and every one of the contractors in our network have been fully screened and get their work rated by people just like you.
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Working with gas and appliances powered by gas can be extremely dangerous. It is vital that individuals contract with a registered Gas Safe engineer to handle the replacement boilers projects. Gas Safe engineers have been tested by the UK Health and Safety Authority and have proven themselves to be competent and qualified to work with gas. Never try to replace a boiler yourself. Not only can accidents happen during the replacement process, but dangerous problems may also arise later from a replacement boiler that is not properly installed. All boiler replacement Northern Ireland companies in our database are Gas Safe registered.
A boiler accounts for the vast majority of energy bills, as much as 60%, in the average home; therefore, installing the most energy efficient boiler possible just makes sense. A boiler that is 10 years old or more is most likely one of the less energy efficient types. Even if an older boiler has not yet malfunctioned, it may be wise to have it checked and find out if going ahead with a boiler replacement job would significantly cut energy costs in your household budget. As an added bonus, the newer replacement boilers Northern Ireland emit less pollution into the environment.
Gas is generally the least expensive as well as one of the cleanest burning fuels to use in replacement boilers. Oil and coal burning boilers are still legal, but when contracting for a Northern Ireland boiler replacement, it may be smart to consider switching over to gas if at all possible. The absence of a gas pipe near your home may be the main hindrance to switching over to gas as it could be quite expensive to have a line run from your home to the nearest gas pipe. Using wood pellets or chips to fuel the boiler is another less expensive option and one that also generates less air pollution.
Because boilers are so expensive to purchase, it stands to reason that several Northern Ireland homeowners try to opt for the cheapest model they can find. However, over time, they may find that they have purchased a unit that is not large enough to heat their property sufficiently. This not only results in a grumpy family when things don’t warm up sufficiently; it causes the boiler to have to work harder than it should - resulting in premature breakdowns and malfunctions. Before choosing a unit, it’s essential to speak with a certified and experienced installer, as he or she will be able to provide you with information regarding what size unit will heat your home most efficiently.
Many Northern Ireland homeowners avoid replacing their boilers as long as possible due to the expenses involved. However, in some situations, a full replacement may actually save you money in the long run. Most boiler systems are designed to work for a few decades at the most. After that, the parts begin to wear out and even corrode. If you find yourself constantly calling for boiler repairs, or if your boiler is no longer as efficient as it once was, it may be time to consider a replacement. An engineer can provide you with advice and options, so be sure to get quotes from multiple companies in your area for the best prices and best advice.
12 Aug Boiler Replacement: We've been told that we'll need a bigger boiler to cope with the new extension we're having built so need free quotes for the replacement boiler.
12 Aug Northern Ireland: Our old boiler has finally died. We have an average sized, single storey home, and use only one boiler. Please offer your best quote for a replacement.
11 Aug Our boiler was installed a few years ago and doesn’t seem to be functioning as efficiently as it did when it was first put in. Can you please arrange for a technician to come out and have a look to see why this is the case?
11 Aug The boiler in our holiday home needs to be replaced as soon as possible. This is an emergency boiler replacement job, because we have guests staying with us right now. Please offer your best quote including any extra charges.
More: I need to replace my boiler completely. It currently leaks, drips, makes banging noises, and has thermostat issues. What is a good quote for this job? Thank you so much.
August: Everyone still enjoying the weather? It might be far from your thoughts at the moment, but now is a great time to think about replacing or servicing your boiler as waiting times are usually low. We are starting to see the quote requests increase throughout the month.
This depends on the type of boiler you have. Many models can easily last 20 years or more with proper care.
Yes, if the unit needs extended repairs or is inefficient, it can sometimes be more cost effective to replace your old boiler.
Boiler replacement should never be a DIY job unless you are qualified to do so, even if you are replacing your existing boiler with the same model and the peripheral pipes and equipment don't need replacement. It should be done by a professional boiler engineer.
Your boiler should be replaced if it has sustained damage, or if it is older than 25-30 years. Older boiler models are not as energy efficient as new ones, and your replacement boiler could pay for itself in energy savings within a few months.
That will depend on your usage and the quality of boiler you choose. The average lifespan of Northern Ireland boilers is between 10 and 15 years when subjected to average usage.
There is no concrete answer to this question. Different types and brands of boilers will work differently in various Northern Ireland homes, which is why it is essential that you obtain a recommendation from a Gas Safe certified engineer before having one installed.
Per the latest guidelines in the UK, you’ll need to replace your existing boiler system with a newer, safer, and more efficient model. Your company of choice can go over your options with you and provide you with advice about size, type, and functionality based on your home’s layout.
This will depend on the model of boiler being replaced; where the unit is located in your home and whether other repairs such as pipe replacements will need to be performed beforehand or not. After agreeing to have a new boiler installed, your gas Safe engineer will be able to provide you with a more accurate timeframe regarding how long replacement will take.
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