If you’re looking for a new boiler, you may be wondering how much it will cost.
The price of a new boiler can vary depending on your location and the type of boiler you are installing.
Here’s all the information you need to find out how much it costs to replace your boiler with a new one.
The price of a new boiler depends on a few things…
The price of a new boiler depends on the make and model, plus installation costs.
The price of a new boiler varies depending on the make and model.
Installation prices vary depending on the size of your property. If you have more rooms in your home, then it will cost more if you need to install new pipes and radiators throughout your house.
Finance deals are often available to help pay for boilers over time with minimal fees or payments required from you upfront
Compare prices if you’re thinking of replacing with the same type of boiler
The thing to remember when comparing prices is that you’re looking for the best deal on a new boiler, not necessarily the cheapest. There are some price comparisons that are misleading and don’t tell you everything you need to know about what’s included in the deal.
When comparing deals, look at:
The total cost of ownership – this will show how much it will cost over time, including the cost of fuel and servicing. You may find that buying a more expensive model means paying less in the long run because it uses less energy and needs fewer repairs or replacements.
The amount of money off if you pay upfront rather than over monthly payments – If you can afford to, it can often be cheaper to pay upfront, however, it is important to work out if committing to monthly payments is a more affordable option in the long run.
Any added extras like guarantee periods, extended warranties and bonus add-ons such as smart thermostats.
How much will a new boiler cost me?
The average price of a new boiler depends on several factors. The size, power and efficiency of the boiler will have an impact on the price you pay. In addition, there are many different brands available and they all come with various features which influence their cost.
The most important factor in determining how much your boiler costs is the heating output required by your home. A bigger home will naturally need more heat than a smaller one; therefore, you should expect to pay more for a larger model.
There are also some very basic models available at lower prices but they may lack some of the advanced features that other boilers offer (such as smart features). If this isn’t important to you then these cheaper models could be worth considering if money is tight!
You can expect to pay from around £1600 for a budget model boiler, all the way up to £3000 for a top-of-the-range model, but if you consider finance there are deals available from as little as £9.99 a month. Take a look at our boiler reviews to get an idea of what models are available and the sort of features they have.
Replacing your boiler is expensive but there are ways to cut costs
If you are planning to buy a new boiler, it is essential that you know the cost of the replacement so that you can make an informed decision. Replacing your current boiler will be expensive but there are ways to cut costs.
The cost of a new boiler depends on the make and model, as well as whether they offer any special features such as smart controls or energy efficiency ratings (the more efficient your boiler is, the less fuel it uses). Speak to your boiler specialist and they will be able to advise you on the minimum requirements for your home and help find you a deal that is suitable for your budget.
We hope you found this information helpful. We know that spending money on a new boiler can be an intimidating prospect. But if you’re prepared and have done your research, then we believe there are ways to save money whilst still getting what you need. If you still don’t know where to start, rest assured one of our knowledgeable team is on hand to discuss your options, just give us a call on 0808 134 9497 (landline) or 01992 238 250 (mobile).
Prime Time Boilers are a local independent boiler installation business with over 50 years of experience among our gas engineers. We can help you find the right boiler at a price that works for you including offering flexible finance offers and the reassurance of up to a 12-year warrant. Our Gas Safe Approved Engineers are based in London, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Sussex, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Kent, Medway, Leicestershire and Hampshire.