The price for fitting a boiler in Milton Keynes can change a lot. It depends on the type of boiler, how hard it is to install, and how much the installer asks for. Here are some ballpark figures for the UK market:
Combi boiler: A new combi boiler, including installation, can cost from ¬£1,500 to ¬£3,500. Combi boilers are liked in the UK because they warm up water straight from the main water line, meaning you don’t need a tank to store hot water.
System boiler: Installing a new system boiler typically costs between ¬£1,600 and ¬£4,000. System boilers need a cylinder to hold hot water, but they use water straight from the mains, which can make your shower stronger.
Regular (or conventional) boiler: Regular boilers, also known as traditional or conventional ones, cost between ¬£1,800 and ¬£3,500, including installation. They need both a cylinder and a tank and are good for houses with an old-style heating system that uses a separate hot water cylinder and a cold water storage tank.
Remember that these costs are only rough guesses. The real cost can change based on lots of things, like the exact boiler model you choose, extra work that might need doing (like changing pipes or moving the boiler), and how much your installer charges. Always get several quotes before picking an installer to make sure you’re getting a good deal.
Don’t forget that you might be able to get grants or schemes to help pay for installing a new boiler, especially if you’re replacing an old, energy-wasting model with a new, energy-saving one. Look for any available schemes with local authorities or energy providers. And make sure that your installer is Gas Safe registered, which is a must for anyone working on gas appliances in the UK.