Energy Saving Boilers

Energy Saving Boilers

Green Deal Oil,LPG,Biomass,Gas Boiler Installers

Cheap gas heating – the green deal will help bring about heating improvements to homes and businesses that qualify for a loan under the grant scheme. Installation of a new energy efficient gas boiler system will reduce energy bills and lower CO2 emissions compared to conventional appliances. Condensing Oil, and LPG fired boilers will also provide similar benefits.

Advisers - Comparison

Many existing homes are fitted with conventional natural gas boilers which have a separate hot water cylinder. Some of these boilers are old and inefficient, many homeowners and business would benefit from the installation of a high efficiency gas condensing boiler, or an oil fired or LPG combination boiler system.

Under the renewable heat incentive, biomass boilers (fuelled by wood, wood pellet, and wood chip) will qualify for funding under the green deal plan.

Compared – Grants for Replacement Boilers

Government backed grant schemes are available for the scrappage of old boilers which have a SEDBUK “G” Rating, this type of boiler for the domestic home, are those most inefficient type of boiler, usually a back boiler system with integral gas fire. There are many certified local gas engineers and installers who offer funding to replace your old boiler. For more information about local registered specialists refer to Energy Efficient Boilers UK, for an even more Eco-friendly solution for your central heating needs consider using a Biomass Boiler Installer using sustainable wood fuel pellets and logs.

Comparison – Cheapest Installers UK

Green Deal advisors can only use accredited and approved gas heating engineers and contractors to undertake the work. This is a condition of the home improvement grant. It is expected that the installer will already be registered under a national gas safe scheme.

You may also qualify for additional insulation, to meet the current building regulations standards. The advisor should be able to give you advice at the time when the surveyor carries out an inspection of the property.