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    Visit our showroom in Morecambe to view our full range of products including ex-stock and clearance

    Please note: We will always notify you of the costs before commencing work.

    £48 for the first hour.£39 every hour after.

    Prices include VAT.

    Call out and the hourly rate does not include parts.

    We will always notify you of the costs before commencing work.

    Please note: For urgent repairs or if gas safety is an issue please call: ​ 01524 409398.

    ​If you are unable to contact us straight away, please call gas emergency services immediately on 0800 111 999, who will attend within one hour.

    Build your Boiler

    Build your Boiler

    Simply answer a few questions and we will offer you a choice of energy-efficient boilers to choose from.

    How much will it cost?

    A new boiler including installation starts from £1500. All prices are subject to survey by our qualified Gas Safe Engineers.

    Just pay a refundable £99 deposit today!

    Please note: We are a local company and can only provide installation within a 30-mile radius of Morecambe.

    What happens after I buy a boiler?

    Once you have purchased your new boiler we will get in touch and arrange a suitable time to survey your property. The £99 deposit will be taken off the final balance.

    Peace of mind

    Your deposit is fully refundable should you change your mind.

    A new boiler replacement (replacing your old combi with a new combi) is the most straightforward and cost-effective option. We will replace your existing boiler with a new energy efficient boiler, in the same position and flue hole. We only use the best Baxi, Glowworm and Main products and employ qualified Gas Safe Engineers to carry out our new boiler installations in the Morecambe Bay area.


    Need assistance? Please call 01524 409398 | Request a Call Back

    Which type of fuel heats your home?

    Natural Gas is piped directly to your house via a gas meter and is not bottled or stored in a tank. Whereas, LPG (Liquid Petroleum Gas) is piped directly from a bottle or a tank in the garden. You would normally have this delivered and you will not have a gas meter.

    LPG
    Natural Gas

    What type of boiler do you have?

    Combi boiler - You have no hot water cylinder in your airing cupboard and a boiler that heats hot water as you turn on the tap. Usually, wall-mounted with flue going directly off the top of the boiler through the wall to the outside. Boiler with a hot water cylinder - Your gas boiler will be mounted on a wall somewhere in your home or garage and your hot water will be stored in an airing cupboard. Fire and back boiler - This is where your central heating boiler will be fitted into a chimney with a gas or an electric fire fitted to the front. You won't be able to see the boiler but you will hear it lighting when it comes on. You can normally see its pilot light and burner if you look beneath the fire. This type of system would work in conjunction with a separate hot water cylinder and is normally located in the airing cupboard. Separate boiler and water heater - This normally occurs when homeowners do not have central heating but had a multipoint water heater and then added central heating at a later date. This normally means you have two boilers, one for the radiators and one to heat hot water.

    Combi boiler
    Boiler with a hot water cylinder
    Separate boiler & water heater
    Fire & back boiler
    Unsure
    No Boiler

    Is your boiler working?

    If you are unsure or need help, please call 01524 409398 or Request a Call Back

    Yes
    No

    In which room is your boiler fitted?

    Please tell us where your boiler is currently located within your property

    Airing Cupboard
    Garage
    Kitchen
    Utility Room
    Utility Room

    Do you want to move your boiler?

    Do you want us to move your boiler to a different room/location within the house?

    Yes
    No

    In which room do you want your new boiler?

    Please tell us where you would like your new boiler

    Same Room
    Kitchen
    Utility Room
    Loft
    Garage
    Unsure

    What type of house do you live in?

    Knowing more about the type of house you live in helps us to select the boiler most appropriate for you.

    Semi Detached
    Apartment
    Bungalow
    Terraced
    Detached

    Do your current radiators have Thermostatic Radiator Valves?

    Thermostatic Radiator Valves, also known as TRV’s are adjustable temperature controls designed to regulate how much hot water flows into a radiator. A huge benefit of adding TRV’s to radiators is that it will allow you to have more control over the temperature in each room and help create different heating zones throughout your home to save energy and money.

    Yes
    No
    Unsure

    Where does your current flue terminate?

    Find your boiler and look to see if you have a flue that starts at the top of the boiler and runs up through the ceiling. If so, you are likely to have a vertical flue. You can check this by looking to see if there is a flue terminal sticking up through your roof tiles. If you are unable to see the flue go vertically up through the ceiling, then it’s likely that your boiler flue goes through the wall to terminate directly on the other side of the wall. Once again you can check by looking outside.

    External Wall
    Roof
    Unsure

    How many bedrooms do you have?

    Please choose the number of bedrooms within your home as this will help us determine your new boiler output.

    One Bedroom
    Two Bedrooms
    Three Bedrooms
    Four Bedrooms
    Five Bedrooms
    Five + Bedrooms

    What kind of roof do you have?

    A pitched/sloped roof is angular and most common. A flat roof is often found over an apartment block, garage or conservatory. This information helps our professional engineers to decide the appropriate flue kit for your new boiler. Should you require any assistance please get in touch or request a callback.

    Flat roof
    A pitched/sloped roof
    Unsure

    Your new boiler is ready!

    What happens after I buy a boiler? Once you have purchased your new boiler we will get in touch to arrange a suitable date and time and carry out a site survey to ensure that you are happy with your boiler choice and to ensure that the boiler is the perfect fit for your property. A new boiler replacement (replacing your old combi with a new combi) is the most straightforward and cost-effective option, plus the work can be carried out quickly to minimise service and disruption to your day. We will replace your existing boiler with a new energy efficient boiler, in the same position and flue hole. We only use the best Baxi, Glow-Worm and Main products and employ qualified engineers to carry out our new boiler installations in the Morecambe Bay area.

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