Be it through a breakdown or it simply stops working through old age, choosing and finding the right replacement boiler can be a nightmare. Which boiler is right for your home? Will it have an extended warranty? And how much will a replacement boiler cost me?

All valid questions and all of which we have the answers for. Read on to know what to look out for when choosing a replacement boiler.

Which type of boiler is right for my home?

Boilers typically fall under one of three different types; combi, system, or conventional. All of them have their upsides and drawbacks but understanding them in relation to your own home can help you make the right choice when it comes to choosing a replacement boiler.

Understanding the different makes of boilers out there can also help you better understand which replacement boiler might be right for you. There are lots of options available, such as Worcester Bosch boilers.

Regardless of the make you choose, it’s also important to make sure your boiler will fit.

If your previous boiler was very old and you are upgrading to a more modern and energy-efficient boiler, you may find you can have the boiler hidden in a cupboard instead of taking up space by being floor standing. 

If you’re unsure if you’ll have space, our free site survey can help ensure your new boiler will be installed in the best position possible.

Will I need a warranty with my replacement boiler?

A warranty with your boiler offers some protection against damages, but may not cover all wear and tear components, However, if the product has a guarantee then it will be repaired no questions asked throughout it’s outlined duration.

Warranties and guarantees can vary though, so it’s important to know exactly what it is you’re getting with it.

We recommend you check the terms and conditions and also reviews on any manufacturers you decide to use. With a Worcester Bosch boiler from Aquaheat, all new installations are covered by an extended guarantee, meaning you’ll be covered for up to 12 years depending on the boiler and parts installed. This exclusive no quibble guarantee is parts and labor free of charge.

How much will a replacement boiler cost me?

On a basic level, conventional boilers tend to be cheapest, while combination boilers tend to cost more, meaning the type of boiler you need will play a large role in its overall cost.

Regardless of the boiler you choose, most won’t require you to pay the full amount. You can pay in installments, with some places (such as ourselves here at Aquaheat) offering zero deposit and even 0% APR on some plans.

For more information and help choosing a replacement boiler, contact us today.