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Prices for installing central heating can vary. It depends on things like the boiler model you choose, whether you require radiators or other new parts, and the payment plan you choose – if you pay upfront or apply for a finance package.
Without speaking to a professional, you’ll only be able to get a ballpark idea of how much a new boiler might cost you. The information in this article can help with that. If you’re looking for a more exact figure, your best bet is to contact us for a quote.
If you know what type of central heating system you’re updating from, or which kind you want to upgrade to you can begin to get an idea of the overall cost.
As you might imagine, different systems cost different amounts. For example, if you have an electric storage heater system, you’ll need to consider the cost of storage heaters rather than radiators.
The boiler is the hub of a central heating system, and at Help-Link, we only install boilers from well-known, reputable brands including Worcester Bosch, Vokèra, and Ideal.
The cost of a boiler will likely depend on the size of the house it needs to supply. A bigger house will require a more powerful boiler, and those can be more expensive than a boiler that supplies a smaller house.
Buying a new boiler might seem like an expensive product, but because it should be more energy efficient, you may see long term savings on your heating bills.
For example, if you’re upgrading from a very old model, a new energy-efficient boiler could save you up to £215 per year, according to the Energy Saving Trust. Understanding how energy efficient your current boiler is can help you gauge what sort of savings you might see.
It’s understandable that not everyone may be able to pay for a new boiler all at once. With Help-Link, you have the option of purchasing a new boiler and paying for it in instalments with a finance package.
You can get finance plans that range from three to ten years, starting from £7.23 a month.
You can also look into boiler grants available through energy suppliers. Depending on your situation, you could qualify to have money knocked off the price of a new boiler, or you may be eligible to have the entire cost covered.
The boiler is just one element of a whole central heating system, and there are other components that are essential in order to create a warm home.
When considering the cost of a new central heating system, think about how big your house is and how much work you’ll want doing. And always remember that the best way to understand the price of a boiler is to contact us for a quote.
A representative example illustrates the costs typically associated with purchasing your boiler and how much you could pay for it over the most common finance term.
You can change the amount that you’d like to borrow, and the length of time over which you’d like to pay it back.
Representative Example: Cash Price £2814 with no deposit. Total Loan amount = £2814. Repayable by 120 monthly repayments of £40.70. Total Charge for credit = £2070. Total Amount Repayable = £4884. Interest rate is 12.2% per annum fixed. Representative APR 12.9% fixed. Credit subject to status.
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 Representative Example: Cash Price £2814 with no deposit. Total Loan amount = £2814. Repayable by 120 monthly repayments of £40.70. Total Charge for credit = £2070. Total Amount Repayable £4884. Interest rate is 12.2% per annum fixed. Representative APR 12.9% fixed. Subject to status.
 Exclusions apply. See www.help-link.co.uk/fixed-price-quote-faqs/
 Online discount is available to domestic gas and LPG customers who receive an online quote for all boiler brands excluding Ideal Logic HO18 & HO24 & like-for-like system swaps on the Ideal Logic HE24 & HE30, Ideal Logic HO15, & HO12 boilers. Online discounted price is only available for the duration of the 14-day quote validity which starts from the day the quote was given. Offer is not available to Help-Link UK Ltd or HomeServe employees.
Online discount can be applied as follows: All boiler manufacturer types on like-for-like system swaps excluding the following boilers: Ideal Logic HE24 & HE30, Ideal Logic HO15, HO12, HO18 & HO24, are eligible for a £50 discount and then 5% discount off the final quoted price. Conventional to combi boiler swaps also qualify for an additional £100 discount after 5% initial discount is applied. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers. Help-Link UK Ltd have the right to withdraw or change the offer at any time. Online discount is automatically applied when the customer gets a quote using the online quote system at www.help-link.co.uk and as long as the customer meets all the above criteria.
 Cash Price £1995 less a deposit of £1495 Total Loan amount = £500. Repayable by 120 monthly repayments of £7.23. Total Charge for credit = £367.60. Total Amount Repayable £2362.60 (includes £1495 deposit). Interest rate is 12.2% per annum fixed. Representative APR 12.9% fixed. This worked example is an illustrative example only and is not the representative example. The rate is variable dependent on your personal circumstances and may be higher or lower than advertised based on your status.
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