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How much is your old boiler actually costing you?

A boiler is an essential part of your home, supplying heating and hot water on demand. But age could have implications on the cost of running your boiler.

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Simply answer a few multiple choice questions about your existing boiler and we’ll give you a fixed price for a new boiler including all parts and installation[28]

As it ages, your boiler may begin to lose efficiency and cost more to run. The average lifespan of a boiler is between 10-15 years and as it gets older it begins to lose efficiency, burning fuel at a faster rate. As a boiler may account for more than 70% of your energy bills, the cost of an inefficient boiler can really add up.

Although a new boiler is certainly an investment, choosing a more energy efficient model could save you money in the long run. Plus, lower annual heating bills could leave you with more money to spend on the things you enjoy.

Figures from the Energy Saving Trust suggest that upgrading your old boiler to a new A-rated model could save you up to £320 per year. *

See how much money you could save

Our national installation partner HomeServe Heating has designed an energy savings quiz to show you how much money you could save with a brand new boiler, in real terms.

Whether you enjoy eating out or going to the cinema, you can find out just how many more of your favourite things you could afford to do with the money you'll save.

From hundreds of chocolate bars to dozens of pints or cappuccinos, whatever your preference for life's smaller luxuries, there are real savings to be made.

To find out the savings you could make, simply answer a few brief questions about the size of your home, personality and lifestyle to tailor the results to your needs.

Gain advice from a boiler installation specialist

There are several tips within the energy savings quiz that will help you care for your boiler. HomeServe engineer Matt Craughwell has worked in the heating industry since he was 18 years old and has a wealth of knowledge that will enable you to get the best results from your boiler and central heating system.

From maintaining your boiler in the warmer summer months, to things you can do in the winter to save money on your heating bills, Matt has a range of helpful instructions.

Buying a new boiler

When you decide the time is right to upgrade your boiler, our team of friendly advisers can help you choose the right boiler for your home, lifestyle and budget.

*        Source: Energy Saving Trust. Figures based on a gas-heated home with an 83% efficient gas boiler, using a gas price of 3.80p/kWh. Upgrading from a G-rated boiler (with some controls) to an A-rated boiler (with full controls). Some controls = programmer and thermostat, full controls = programmer, thermostat and thermostatic radiator valves.

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