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Currently, what type of boiler do you have?

Combi

Combi boilers heat water directly from the mains when you turn on a tap. So you get hot water instantly – without a cylinder or a tank in the loft.

Standard

If you have a hot water storage cylinder as well as a cold water tank in the loft, your boiler is likely to be Standard. These are also called Regular, Traditional or Conventional boilers.

System

If you have a hot water storage cylinder but no cold water tank in the loft, you're likely to have a System boiler. The boiler will normally have a pressure gauge on the front of it.

Back Boiler

A back boiler unit (BBU) is a boiler built-in behind an electric or gas fireplace. You can also choose this option if you have a Potterton Powermax.

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Is your current boiler working?

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No

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Do you want your new boiler in a different place?

Keep Location

Move Location

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Do you want to convert to a Combi boiler?

We'll remove and safely dispose of your hot water cylinder together with re-configuring your current pipework to allow a combi boiler to be installed. All this will be included in your fixed price.

Yes

No

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Is your current boiler working?

Yes

No

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Which of these best describes your home?

Detached

The house stands on its own, and isn't attached to any other buildings

Semi-Detached

Your house is one of a pair that share a single common wall

Terraced

Your house is one of a row. You've got walls on either side shared with neighbours' houses.

Flat

You're in an apartment block, or part of a larger house

Bungalow

You have a detached house that is all or mostly on the ground floor

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How many bedrooms do you have?






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Is your flat on or above the second floor?

If your lowest floor is more than one storey off the ground, answer Yes.

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No

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Do you accept that there may be extra charges for access equipment?

We will ask for photos after you checkout, and advise you if access equipment is required

Yes

No

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We need some extra information

Based on what you told us, it’ll be easier to talk you through your new installation over the phone, or over live chat.

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How many bathtubs do you have, or plan to have in future?

Not whole bathrooms – just tubs. This includes tubs with showers over them.





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How many separate showers do you have, or plan to have in future?

Only count shower cubicles – not showers over a bathtub.





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Where does your flue come out?

How to find your flu? A flue is like a chimney. It's a pipe that takes waste from your boiler and carries it outside. The flue exit looks a bit like an exhaust pipe, either on the wall or on the roof.

Roof

Wall

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Is your flue on a sloped roof or a flat roof?

If the roof is on an angle, it's sloped. Most sloped roofs are over a second or third floor. Flat roofs often sit over garages, conservatories or extensions. If you live in a modern apartment building or block of flats you'll likely have a flat roof.

Sloped

Flat

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Is it square or round?

Square

Round

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How close to the ground is your flue?

If your flue is less than two metres from the ground we'll include a safety guard in your flue pack. If you're not sure, a good rule of thumb is to check if you can reach the flue while standing on the ground.

More than 2 meters

Less than 2 meters

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How close to another property is your flue?

That's between your flue and the boundary of someone else's land, even if it's just the garden fence

More than 2 meters

Less than 2 meters

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Is the flue under a carport, balcony or other structure?

A carport is a shelter for your car made from a roof supported on posts. These can also be called lean-tos.

Yes

No

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Is the flue 30cm or more from a door or window?

This includes any opening in the wall, like a vent.

Yes

No

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Finally, enter the first part of your post code

We use this to assign you a local installer (make sure you enter the right one, or you'll have to go back and change it later)

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Where on the roof is it positioned?

Highest two-thirds

Lowest third

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How quickly does water come out of your cold tap?

Fast

Fills a pint glass in less than 5 seconds

Average

Fills a pint glass in less than 10 seconds

Slow

Takes more than 10 seconds to fill a pint glass

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Where’s your current boiler?

Utility Room

Kitchen

Garage

Airing Cupboard

Other

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Do you want your new boiler in a different place?

No

Move to airing cupboard

Move somewhere else

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Where’s your current boiler?

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Where is your airing cupboard?

Middle of the house

Surrounded by other rooms

On an outside wall

At least one of the cupboard’s walls runs along the outside of the house

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Where do you want your new boiler?

Your attic must have a light and a ladder if you want to move the boiler there.

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Boilers

Worcester Bosch

Prices start from £1,920

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    6, 10 & 12 year warranty on the Worcester boiler (various boilers available)
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    Removal and disposal of existing boiler and tanks
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    Wireless heating controller
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    Fixed price includes labour and materials
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    Installed by a Gas Safe engineer
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    Magnetic® filter and chemical flush
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    New 2021 boiler design with touchscreen controls

*Prices will vary depending on what wattage/model is chosen

From £1,920
Viessmann

Prices start from £2,020

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    Up to a 10 year warranty on this boiler
  •  
    Removal and disposal of existing boiler and tanks
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    Wireless heating controller
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    Fixed price includes labour and materials
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    Installed by a Gas Safe engineer
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    Magnetic® filter and chemical flush
     

*Prices will vary depending on what wattage/model is chosen

From £2,020
Mains

Prices start from £1,795

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    Standard 5 year warranty on this boiler
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    Removal and disposal of existing boiler and tanks
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    Wireless heating controller
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    Fixed price includes labour and materials
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    Installed by a Gas Safe engineer
  •  
    Magnetic® filter and chemical flush
     

*Prices will vary depending on what wattage/model is chosen

From £1,795
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Regular Boilers

Worcester Bosch Greenstar RI

Prices start from £2,220

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    10 year warranty on the Worcester boiler (various boilers available)
  •  
    Removal and disposal of existing boiler and tanks
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    Wireless heating controller
  •  
    Fixed price includes labour and materials
  •  
    Installed by a Gas Safe engineer
  •  
    Magnetic® filter and chemical flush
  •  
    New 2021 boiler design with touchscreen controls

*Prices will vary depending on what wattage/model is chosen

From £2,200
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System Boilers

Worcester Bosch Greenstar RI

Prices start from £2,400

  •  
    10 year warranty on the Worcester boiler (various boilers available)
  •  
    Removal and disposal of existing boiler and tanks
  •  
    Wireless heating controller
  •  
    Fixed price includes labour and materials
  •  
    Installed by a Gas Safe engineer
  •  
    Magnetic® filter and chemical flush
  •  
    New 2021 boiler design with touchscreen controls

*Prices will vary depending on what wattage/model is chosen

From £2,400
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