To most people, boilers are a mystery. We love them though, and even more so when they are as efficient as they can be. Worcester Bosch Group has developed a new generation of central heating boilers that not only reduce CO emissions but can also reduce fuel bills. 75% of the energy used in the home is for heating and hot water which accounts for about 73% of a home’s CO emissions. Boilers over 15 years old are often only around 60% efficient or less (rated G in the SEDBUK* scale). This means that for every pound spent on fuel, 40p is wasted energy! This is where our boiler installers in Edinburgh can help, we offer system boiler installation and can guarantee optimum efficiency levels each and every time.
If you decide to have a new Worcester Greenstar system or regular boiler installed, it is worth bearing in mind that these types of boiler can be complemented by a Worcester Greenskies solar water system.
This could provide between 50-70% of your annual hot water from a sustainable and free source of energy. If the idea of installing solar water is something for the future, you can prepare for it now by asking us to install your new boiler with a twin coil hot water cylinder. this will save you money and inconvenience when you have a solar system installed. Learn more about Blackhall’s solar installations.
Our boiler installers in Edinburgh have a wealth of experience and industry knowledge which fully equips us to provide you with combi boiler installation that won’t let you down. We ensure to implement tailored solutions so that your boiler is perfect for your individual requirements. Our services do not end at installation either, we are on hand to provide you with on-going boiler services to ensure that your new boiler is able to withstand the test of time.
If you would like to find out more information on our boiler installers in Edinburgh, do not hesitate to get in touch with a member of our team here. We are always on hand to help.
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