Under the Government's ECO Scheme in 2019, qualifying home owners could have their old

 inefficient boilers replaced completely free of charge, or heavily subsidised. 


Our surveyor will visit your property and assess to make sure a boiler replacement would be suitable.

If it is we will assist you in making your application to the appropriate funding agency. 

 (If your home is rented we will require the landlord's approval)


To meet the boiler replacement criteria it must be over 5 years old and inefficient or faulty. 


 Generally, for older and more in-efficient properties, it will yield more grant funding.  If you have a very efficient property, you may need to contribute a small amount to cover the cost of the boiler install.


 Upon approval you will be notified and we can agree the installation arrangements. 


All installs are carried out by approved, qualified and fully insured gas safe registered staff.  Not only that and what's more, the boiler will be guaranteed.


*Data from energy saving trust

How much money you could save each year will depend on how old and inefficient your existing boiler is and the fuel your boiler uses. Below are some examples of potential savings for a home heated by gas central heating.

Upgrading an old gas boiler with a programmer and room thermostat, with a new A-rated condensing boiler with a programmer, room thermostat and thermostatic radiator controls (TRVs) could save you:



These are estimated figures based on installing a new A-rated condensing boiler with a programmer, room thermostat and thermostatic radiator controls (TRVs) in a gas-heated home from an older boiler with a programmer and room thermostat. Savings will vary depending on the size and thermal performance of your home. Figures are based on fuel prices as of March 2019. 

The costs for replacing a boiler will vary, but a straightforward gas boiler replacement plus thermostatic radiator valves will typically cost about £2,300 excluding radiators.