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Gas boilers are powered by natural gas which is piped into your home using an underground network of pipes. This is the most commonly used method for heating homes in the UK. It is also the cheapest option. If you have a gas boiler you will have a gas meter in your home.
LPG is supplied in bottles/cylinders. It is normally used in rural areas where natural gas is not available and it’s renowned for being more environmentally friendly than natural gas. If you have an LPG boiler, your home will have gas bottles which need replacing regularly.
Whether your home is powered by a natural gas boiler or an LPG boiler we can help find the right boiler for your home.
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
If your new boiler is powered by gas or LPG you can still choose if you would like a system, regular or combi boiler. This will be determined by your home and lifestyle, select a criteria below to see the recommended boiler for your home.
Click an option and the boilers that could work for you will be highlighted below.
I want to use my loft space for a room conversion
I live in a flat/bungalow and have little or no roof space
I have more than 2 bathrooms in my home
My mains water pressure is low
I want to replace an old boiler to improve my conventional system
I don’t want to wait for my water to heat up
Every home is different, our expert surveyors will visit your home and help you decide which boiler type is most suited to your home and lifestyle.
A combi boiler is a space-saving option which heats water immediately rather than heating and storing in a separate tank. This removes the need for a bulky hot water storage cylinder or cold water storage tank, as found with old boiler systems. To provide hot water, combi boilers are on constant standby and connected to the mains water supply. When a tap is turned on, the boiler is triggered into action and it heats the water through a heat exchanger, for on-demand hot water any time of day.
System boilers are almost a hybrid between standard and combi boilers. They use a hot water cylinder to store water, but the hot water system is stored within the unit – just like a combi boiler. They’re slightly more powerful than a combi boiler, which is great for busy homes, and compact enough to be fitted within a smaller house as no loft space is needed.
Standard boilers (also known as a conventional or regular boiler) are the traditional set-up, with a heating system, hot water cylinder and cold water storage tank. These bulkier systems take up significantly more room than a combi boiler, but are ideal for anyone with an older house as the system will already be set up, potentially making for a much easier installation. They’re also ideal for anyone with a large, busy house, or with weak local water pressure, as they should withstand simultaneous use. A new energy efficient model to replace an existing one could improve your old system.
Whatever your needs, our expert surveyors can help you find the right boiler for your home and lifestyle.
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When you purchase a new boiler from Help-Link you will receive a manufacturer backed warranty of up to 10 years. We work in close partnership with leading boiler manufacturers, which is why we are one of the only national installers to be able to offer you a warranty over this number of years, for no extra cost.
To keep your warranty valid, and to ensure that your boiler is operating safely and effectively, it is recommended that you have your boiler service annually by a Gas Safe Registered engineer. You can speak to us today to organise your annual service.
Kevin knows all there is to know about boilers. He’ll talk you through the whole process of installing your boiler, in language that’s easy to understand, and he’ll leave your home clean and tidy once the job’s done.
If you know which boiler and central heating system is right for you, or if you need more information, fill in the form below or give us a call.
 Subject to an annual service at the customer’s expense. Warranty extension from 5-years to 7-years or 10-years only available on Worcester Bosch. Warranty extension from 5-years to 10-years available on Ideal Boilers. All warranty extensions subject to an additional charge.
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