Boiler Installation in Solihull
At The Heating Company, we’ve worked tirelessly to establish ourselves as an industry leader for boiler installation in Solihull during the past 10 years. Our Gas Safe registered engineers work with all models and makes, and therefore have a wide range of boilers for you to choose from.
Our Gas Safe registered engineers are familiar with all models and makes, and therefore we offer a wide range of boilers for you to choose from.
Energy Efficient, A-Rated Boilers
The typical life span of a boiler is 12 years, and a gas fired boiler makes up about around 55% of what you spend in a year on energy bills, so an energy efficient boiler makes a huge difference. If you were to replace an outdated gas boiler with a new, A-rated condensing boiler, you would save on average £300 per year and significantly reduce your carbon dioxide emissions. For more information, please see www.energysavingtrust.co.uk. The Heating Company specialises in supplying and installing energy efficient systems. As well as being more environmentally friendly than conventional gas boilers, they also will pay for themselves within 6-7 years, meaning they’re a shrewd investment too. In addition to offering highly competitive prices for new boiler installations, we’re also able to negotiate extended product warranties due to our long standing relationships with suppliers.
Contact The Heating Company
To arrange a free, no obligation estimate for a boiler installation, call our team now to book your appointment. All of our quotes are free and fixed price, with each stage of the job explained from start to completion, meaning you’ll know exactly what you’ll pay.
Choosing a Boiler Installation from The Heating Company gives you:
- Emergency call out service in Solihull
- Labour guarantees and extended parts
- Completely free assistance and advice
- Personal touch and fair price
- Tidy installations and efficient workmanship
- We respect and protect your property
The Heating Company is Gas Safe Registered
We take gas safety seriously at The Heating Company. All of our engineers carry their official identity card, so you can be sure they are registered.
The official gas safety organisation in Great Britain is the Gas Safe Register. On 1st April 2009, the Gas Safe Register replaced CORGI. The regulation and registration of gas engineers falls to the Gas Safe Register. For companies and engineers working with gas appliances, membership is mandatory. You can visit the Gas Safe Register website or call 0800 408 5500 if you wish to find out more.
Which Boiler is Right For me?
There are 3 main kinds of central heating systems: combi, system or open vented and you will find numerous manufacturers of these. Our goal is to supply the right boiler for your spending budget without compromising on quality. We provide a no cost survey in which we’ll calculate the KW rating needed, and best kind of system for your house
Our goal is to get the correct boiler for your needs, not the least difficult system to fit.
Combi boilers are the UK’s most widely used sort of boiler for gas central heating and domestic warm water. They’re simple to install, easy to use and cost-effective to run.
A combi boiler only heats water when a hot tap or shower is switched on, guaranteeing optimum efficiency. You don’t have to find space for a water storage cylinder or have a tank within the attic. Hot water is sent to your taps at mains pressure, so you can enjoy a powerful shower without the need for a pump.
A system boiler heats your heating system directly and generates hot water for the cylinder.
A system boiler, like a regular (conventional) boiler works on the basic principle of stored hot water. However, a system boiler is different from a regular boiler in certain essential respects.
First of all, most of the main individual components of the heating and hot water system are constructed into a system boiler, meaning installation is faster, tidier, simpler and much more efficient.
Secondly, the hot water is pumped from the system boiler throughout the heating system to the radiators and hot water cylinder, providing a fast response and more cost effective running costs. The system boiler removes the requirement for a feed and expansion cistern.
Heat Only Boilers
Heat only boilers are also known as ‘conventional’ boilers. If you’re replacing an old boiler and have a small expansion tank and a larger cold water storage cistern in your attic space, you most likely have already got a heat only boiler.
Heat only boilers are generally installed on an open vented system. The system will often comprise two tanks in the attic, a hot water storage cylinder in the airing cupboard and a separate pump.