How much does a new boiler cost?
The cost of a new boiler in this article are correct as of 2019
If your boiler has completely packed in, then the time might have come to bite the bullet and invest in a new boiler. Buying a new boiler means you should peace of mind for a while, as regular services and good upkeep should keep a boiler in good working order for years to come. If you have to make the purchase, here are the kind of prices you can expect to pay when hiring a heating engineer or gas fitter.
Gas Boiler Prices
The average price of a traditional boiler, plus installation, is around £1,500 to £1,800. They can be bought from a variety of places, with the cost of installation typically included. It is worth doing your research beforehand into different models to see what is available, and how they are reviewed, and if they have any particular features you’ll find useful. Shop around to get the best price.
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Combi Boiler Prices
Combi boilers are typically more expensive up front than traditional boilers, though work out cheaper in the long run than traditional boilers. A new boiler will usually range from around £1,800 to over £2,000, including installation fees, which will normally be included in the purchase price. As with traditional gas boilers, it is always worth shopping around and trying to find the model that will work best for you and your home.
MyBuilder Top Tip
When buying a new boiler you should always look at its energy efficiency, and ideally target an A-grade high efficiency model. If your current boiler is more than ten years old it is unlikely to be as efficient as more recent models, so you should always try to future proof yourself where you can.