There are several reasons why customers in Halifax, Ripponden and the surrounding areas may require a boiler replacement. Old, inefficient boilers often result in high energy bills and can struggle to cope with the hot water and heating demands of a growing, modern-day household. Likewise, faulty and broken boilers cause no end of headaches, especially during the winter months. Although the initial cost of a replacement boiler may seem expensive, investing in a more efficient and modern heating system will save you money on future energy bills, while providing a reliable service to suit your heating and hot water needs.
Did you know that in 2017, the government pledged to phase out the installation of gas boilers in new homes from 2020?
For all boiler replacements we undertake in the Halifax, Ripponden and West Yorkshire areas, A P Plumbing Solutions supplies the following types of boilers from reputable brands, such as Ideal and Valliant:
Also known as traditional or “heat-only” boilers, conventional boilers are ideal for larger homes in Halifax, Ripponden and the surrounding areas with more than one bathroom, and a hot water system that’s already linked to a hot water cylinder. Conventional boilers send water to multiple taps at once without affecting water flow or pressure.
For this type of boiler replacement, we install a hot water cylinder and a cold water tank, which we usually place in the loft. We can also attach an electrical immersion heater to the hot water cylinder, which acts as a back-up heating system in the event of a boiler malfunction.
These also require a cylinder for storing the hot water, but the majority of the hot water and heating elements come pre-installed in the boiler. This type of boiler replacement does not require the installation of a cold water tank in the loft, making this a more suitable choice for homeowners in Halifax, Ripponden and West Yorkshire with limited attic space.
System boilers can operate alongside solar water heating systems, reducing your carbon footprint as well as your energy bills.
The most popular choice among homeowners across the UK, combi boilers are usually quick to install, as they contain fewer boiler components than alternative heating systems. There’s also no need for either a hot water cylinder or a cold water tank, saving you loft and airing cupboard space. This feature makes them ideal for small houses and flats.
As combi boilers heat water straight from the mains, you only heat the water you use. This makes them an economical option for boiler replacements, saving you money on your energy bills.
Whatever your heating and hot water needs, upgrade to a more efficient system with our Gas Safe registered plumbing and heating engineers.