New Boiler Installation in Great Yarmouth
With over 40 years’ experience of installing, repairing and servicing boilers and central heating systems, Swale Heating are well placed to deal with the heating needs of Great Yarmouth and its residents.
The boiler is one of the most relied upon appliances in any home so it makes sense that you look after it with an annual service. Despite having an average life span of between 10 and 15 years, there does come a time when moving to a new boiler is the most beneficial thing to do.
There are a number of things that can make moving to a new boiler beneficial:
- Increased Efficiency, Increased Savings – Modern boilers are able to make the most of condensing technology. This means that the boilers are able to make better use of the heat energy they generate. It is this increased efficiency that can save you an estimated £310 a year* - a massive saving that pays for the cost of a new boiler installation within a few years.
- Reliability - New Boilers tend to be a lot more reliable than older models, helping to save you money by removing the need for expensive repair work. Most modern boilers even help you to understand any problems thanks to inbuilt self diagnosis tools and fault detection, making it easier to identify issues and get them fixed in the most time efficient manner.
- Top UK brands– At Swale Heating we only install reliable, high efficiency boilers from the most popular boiler manufacturers in the land.Your new installation will be covered by a comprehensive manufacturer warranty period, meaning you can relax safe in the knowledge that should your boiler not work as you need it to, you are covered.
- A Name you can Trust - with over 41 years of trading behind us, you can rest assured that Swale Heating are a company you can trust to deliver an installation service that is second to none.
Do you want a new boiler in Great Yarmouth?
So if you want a New Boiler installation in Great Yarmouth then look no further than Swale Heating.
Contact us today to arrange a quotation.
*Calculation based on moving from a G-rated non-condensing boiler to an A-rated condensing boiler