If you are on the hunt for a new boiler then you have come to the right place.
From the 4th of January 2022 to the 31st January 2022, we are offering up to £350 off your new boiler installation.
Just complete our online estimate or ring our Sales Team on 0800 731 33 44 to book your appointment and take advantage of our Winter Sale saving.
Let us tell you a little bit about our boiler installations.
- Up to 10 Year Warranty
Every new Worcester Bosch and Vaillant boiler is covered by a full 7-year manufacturer’s parts and labour warranty, with many models covered even further up to 10 years.
- Expert Engineers
With over 49 years in the business our Gas Safe qualified engineers are experts in their field.
- Spread the Cost with our Amazing Finance Plans
We have a range of boiler finance plans available. You can choose to pay up front, Buy Now & Pay Later or stagger payment over time periods of up to 10 years.
- Ongoing Maintenance
Once your new boiler is installed, you’ll benefit from ongoing subsidised heating maintenance costs. Our own, longstanding customers always get our best prices.
Here at Swale Heating we understand that selecting a new boiler can be a confusing and daunting task - for most people buying a new boiler is not an everyday occurrence so the terminology can be a tad confusing!
There are a few different types of boilers available and if you want a direct replacement then the type of boilers required will be specific to your property and the way the central heating system is setup.
We have listed the types of boilers below with a brief description of how they work to help you determine which one is best suited to you and your home.
A Combi boiler, full name Combination boiler, is the most popular choice of boiler across the nation. They are cost effective and energy efficient as water gets heated when it is needed, and it does not require a separate hot water store. A Combi boiler is a water heater and central heating boiler in one.
A Regular boiler, also known as a conventional or heat only boiler, is used in a typical ‘classic’ heating system setup, where there is also a cold-water storage tank (feeding the hot water cylinder), hot water cylinder and feed and expansion tank (which maintains the appropriate water level in the central heating system). By creating a hot water store, the system is able to deal with higher hot water demand and is often used in conjunction with a domestic hot and cold-water pump, which rapidly distribute domestic water around the property.
A System boiler is very similar to a conventional boiler as they both require a hot water cylinder. However, a system boiler has all the major components for the heating system built into it (an expansion vessel and a pump). This can make the installation easier and faster.
If you’d like to find out a little more about the types of boilers available, please use our boiler type guide.
If you’re unsure if you need a new boiler have a little read of our Do I need a new boiler blog