Choosing a new Worcester Bosch boiler can be overwhelming, with the wide range of choices available. Not to mention the variety of unfamiliar terminology and the pressure of choosing the right type of boiler for your home. However, here at Mark Vernon heating and plumbing, we are Worcester Bosch boiler experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about choosing your new Worcester Bosch boiler.
Considerations when choosing a new Worcester Bosch Boiler
There are several things to consider when it comes to choosing a new Worcester Bosch Boiler. These include:
- your budget
- boiler type
- boiler size
- boiler installation location
When it comes to choosing your Worcester Bosch boiler, make sure you have a budget outlined. And dont forget that you may need extra to cover the installation and servicing of your new boiler. While some new boilers can set you back more than £4000, others may only cost around £1000. Shop around for the best deal, and only look for boilers in your price range.
Know your Worcester Bosch Boiler types
Worcester Bosch boilers are available in a range of options. From conventional boilers that need a hot water storage tank, to the compact combination boiler, you have a number of options. Do your research before you start shopping and make sure you know which type of boiler would best suite your needs. As a result, your boiler search will be easier and more focused.
Know your Worcester Bosch Boiler Sizes
Available in a variety of sizes, different size boilers service different size homes. As a result, it is important that you choose the right size boiler for your home. A boiler too large could be wasting gas, while a boiler too small won’t be able to heat your property. Why not contact the professionals for help or advice? We are always happy to help, here at Mark Vernon Heating and Plumbing.
Decide on the Boiler Position
The final step is to decide on the boiler position. A new boiler installed in the existing boiler space tends to be cheaper, as the pipework is already in place. However, this is not a suitable decision for all homes, and you will need to decide where your boiler is best to be placed.
For more information or advice about choosing your Worcester Bosch boiler, get in touch today.