After a long day at work do you long for a warm and cosy home? If your boiler is older than 15 years it unlikely to be running efficiently or safely and therefore is costing you more money. By upgrading to an A-rated gas boiler and controls you can receive back €1170 in grants and carbon credits. Do you dread your gas bill dropping through the letter box? Do you wish you constant hot water without heating the whole house?
SIX SIGNS THAT YOU NEED TO REPLACE YOUR BOILER
- If your boiler is older than 15 years.
- Your boiler’s energy efficient rating is lower than an ‘A’
- Your boiler takes longer to heat up than it takes to use it.
- The boilers flame is yellow instead of blue.
- Your boiler is leaking
- Your fuel costs are getting higher.
HERE ARE THE TOP REASONS FOR INVESTING IN AN NEW A-RATED COMBI GAS BOILER AND CONTROLS
Apart from giving you peace of mind there are numerous benefits that you will see almost instantly.
- You will have a warmer, more comfortable home.
- Your boiler will run much more energy efficiently.
- It will reduce your energy bills.
- With new controls it will be so much easier to control room temperature.
- New models are neater and less bulky.
- New boilers have quieter boiler operation.
A NEW BOILER SAVES YOU MONEY
If your boiler is older than 15 years it unlikely to be running efficiently or safely and therefore is costing you more money. Bord Gais, say that the average household spends around €805 every year on gas. New boilers can reduce your energy bills by about a third.
Modern boilers are condensing boilers with a large heat exchange, so they recover more heat sending cooler gases up the flue. Regular annual servicing will ensure that your boiler continues to run efficiently and safely.
Older boilers can often be difficult to repair as parts can be obsolete, whereas new boilers come with a manufacturer’s five-year warranty. You can also apply for a SEAI grant towards upgrading of your boiler and controls and you could receive €1170 back in grants and carbon credits.
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