What is a condensing boiler? What is a condensing boiler? 31/08/2017 12:02:08
boilers As of 2005, all new boilers installed are required to either be a condensing boiler or a high-efficiency boiler. What is a condensing boiler? A condensing boiler is made up of water heaters that are either powered by gas or oil. 90% plus high efficiency... As of 2005, all new boilers installed are required to either be a condensing boiler or a high-efficiency boiler. What is a condensing boiler? A condensing boiler is made up of water heaters that are either powered by gas or oil. 90% plus high efficiency is achieved by condensing water vapour in the exhaust gases. Additionally, any vaporisation heat that is usually wasted is recovered, thus increasing the efficiency even further. Why choose a condensing boiler? Condensing boilers offer many benefits. These include saving money on your heating bills every year. How much you save will depend on the efficiency of your existing boiler.  Old boiler rating Semi-detached house Detached house Detached bungalow Mid terrace house Mid floor flat G ( < 70%) £210 £320 £165 £180 £100 F (70–74%) £145 £220 £110 £125 £70 E (74–78%) £125 £190 £95 £105 £60 D (78–82%) £110 £170 £85 £100 £55 The above table and information have been taken from http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk and is correct as of July 2017. A condensing boiler also improves your homes carbon footprint, so not only are they better for your wallet but they are also better for the planet. Due to the improvement in energy efficiency and carbon footprint, the EPC rating of your home is likely to increase thus resulting in a possible increase in house value. Book your free boiler survey online today to find out whether you could benefit from installing a new a-rated condensing boiler. Alternatively, call 0800 783 7946 and we’ll be happy to help.

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what is a condensing boiler?

As of 2005, all new boilers installed are required to either be a condensing boiler or a high-efficiency boiler.

What is a condensing boiler?

A condensing boiler is made up of water heaters that are either powered by gas or oil. 90% plus high efficiency is achieved by condensing water vapour in the exhaust gases. Additionally, any vaporisation heat that is usually wasted is recovered, thus increasing the efficiency even further.

Why choose a condensing boiler?

Condensing boilers offer many benefits. These include saving money on your heating bills every year. How much you save will depend on the efficiency of your existing boiler. 

Old boiler rating

Semi-detached house

Detached house

Detached bungalow

Mid terrace house

Mid floor flat

G ( < 70%)

£210

£320

£165

£180

£100

F (70–74%)

£145

£220

£110

£125

£70

E (74–78%)

£125

£190

£95

£105

£60

D (78–82%)

£110

£170

£85

£100

£55

The above table and information have been taken from http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk and is correct as of July 2017.

A condensing boiler also improves your homes carbon footprint, so not only are they better for your wallet but they are also better for the planet. Due to the improvement in energy efficiency and carbon footprint, the EPC rating of your home is likely to increase thus resulting in a possible increase in house value.

Book your free boiler survey online today to find out whether you could benefit from installing a new a-rated condensing boiler. Alternatively, call 0800 783 7946 and we’ll be happy to help.