Finding a competitive, but accurate Ealing boiler installation cost can be a tricky task unless you know exactly what you are looking for. There are a number of questions that the specialist boiler installer will ask when looking to provide a competitive quote.
We’ve detailed a few of the questions you might encounter so you can be fully prepared to get the most accurate boiler installation cost for your needs.
What type of boiler do you require?
The main choices here are of a combi-boiler, or a conventional boiler. A combination boiler provides heating and hot water directly from one unit. As the water passes through the boiler, it is heated and delivered almost instantly. These are the most convenient types for smaller residences where space is limited, though of the two they do seem more unreliable on the whole. A conventional boiler uses a cylinder system to provide hot water. Though you need extra space for the tank, these models are often favoured because you have a backup water heater in the form of an immersion heater. visit http://www.expertboilerinstallations.co.uk for advice
Type of installation
Depending on your needs, the type of boiler installation (and indeed the price) will vary. You might need a simple installation with a quick flush of the system and installation of the boiler, or you might need a full system powerflush and installation. You might even find a powerflush is necessary in order to meet boiler warrantee requirements.
Frequently forgotten about, you’ll need some heating controls to control your boiler and the temperature of your house. It may be that your existing thermostat will work, but if not you’ll require a new one fitted at a convenient place.
This is an area which is often overlooked when pricing up a Ealing boiler installation cost. Optional extras can add considerably to your cost. How about a electrolytic scale reducer, filtration units, radiator valves and even a gas safety certificate if you’re a landlord renting out the premises?