High Efficiency Boilers

Why choose a High Efficiency Boiler?

Making this choice will be a key factor in helping you save money towards your heating bills at home and ensuring your home is heated efficiently during times of need. If you have an old boiler slowly trudging along in your cupboard or you can't stand the cold morning starts anymore, then upgrading to a high efficiency boiler will change all that.

Remember, both the age and type of boiler will effect it's efficiency. If your boiler is 15 years old, you should take that step and upgrade to a high efficiency boiler.

How much can a High Efficiency Boiler save me?

Energy bills are an important outgoing for any family, with boilers accounting for 55% of what you spend a year, meaning a high efficiency boiler will make a big difference on the pennies.

For a semi detached house, you could save up to £340 per year and up to £570 per year on a detached house.

What makes a High Efficiency Boiler?

A high efficiency boiler is also known as a modern condensing boiler. It's function is to convert a considerable amount more gas into heat.

The process of a high efficiency boiler will extract more heat from the fuel it uses that a standard boiler. This will cause less heat to be lost through the flue gases.

High Efficiency Boilers from Alpha Innovation

Combination Boilers are a popular choice for family homes across the UK. They provide a combination of central heating and hot water, making for the most energy efficient boiler on the market.

Featuring high efficiency combination boilers include the INTEC2 CE, INTEC C, INTEC2 XE and ECO2 PLUS, all of which deliver hot water at your demand, with no need to maintain a permanent store of water in a separate cylinder.

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