Your boiler is what heats all the water in your house, giving warmth to the radiators and hot water out of the taps. All boilers are rated on a scale from A-G based on their efficiency and environmental friendliness. A-rated boilers are the most efficient, while G-rated boilers are the least.
ecoames offer installation of only the very best A-rated boilers. Give us a call today to see how much you could be saving.
Why bother upgrading to an A-rated boiler?
- Save money on fuel bills with a 90% efficient boiler
- Reduce your carbon footprint
- Reliably keep your home warm all year round
- Professional maintenance and efficiency checks
- Expert installation and advice on the upkeep of your new boiler
An A-rated boiler is over 90% efficient. Installing one is a great investment. Their improved efficiency means you will not waste energy, therefore reducing your household bills. In fact, upgrading from a G-rated boiler to an A-rated boiler could save you up to £300 per year!
One main advantage is that these are condensing boilers. Even 10 year old boilers that are well-maintained burn fuel very efficiently, but they lose heat in the hot gases that escape up the flue. A new, A-rated condensing boiler has a bigger heat exchange unit, so it recovers more heat, and is much more cost-effective.
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Reduce your energy bill with an A-rated boiler
Your heating bill accounts for a large chunk of your monthly expenses, whether you are a home owner or a business. Therefore, you need to make sure your boiler is running as efficiently as possible. If it isn’t, you could be spending more than you need to be.
If you don’t yet have an A-rated condensing boiler, it is time to upgrade! Contact ecoames today to find out just how much you could be saving.
Replacing your old boiler
With your boiler being the majority of your energy costs per year, can you afford for yours to be inefficient?
Replacing an old gas boiler with no controls, with an A-rated high efficiency condensing boiler and full set of heating controls will significantly cut your home’s carbon dioxide emissions, and could save you as much as 40% a year in energy bills.
Give us a call and ask us how Ecoames can make your heating as efficient as it can be.
How does a standard boiler system work?
- Natural gas comes into your home through the gas mains lines underground.
- This gas is then burned inside your boiler, creating a lot of heat. Your boiler uses this heat to warm the water in the hot water pipes which run through the boiler.
- Hot water is then pumped through the copper pipes into your radiators, which give out this heat into your room.
- Depending on the kind of boiler you have, the water is also used in the taps. If you have a ‘combi’ boiler, your boiler heats the hot water for the taps as and when it is needed. Other boilers store this hot water in a tank until it is used.
- The water that has now flowed through your radiators returns back to the boiler to be heated again.
- Any gases created from the heating process (carbon dioxide and steam) escape through the flue.
What are the advantages of a condensing boiler?
One of the main problems with a standard boiler system is that when a boiler burns gas, a lot of heat also escapes in the gases that escape through the flue.
This wastes heat, therefore reducing the efficiency of the boiler by up to a third, and increasing your heating costs.
In an A-rated condensing boiler, these gases are redirected through another heat exchange unit. There, they are used to heat up the cold water returning from the radiators.
It is this process that makes A-rated boilers up to 90% efficient. There is much less wasted heat, meaning the boiler doesn’t have to work as hard to heat the water in your home.
If you think your home could do with a boiler upgrade, call ecoames today. We specialise in upgrading the current heating system in your home to a new A-rated boiler.
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