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Getting a new boiler might be a tedious task. But don’t worry. Smart Adapt can help make this an easy process. We have prepared a complete New Boiler Guide to help you get the right boiler for your home. A boiler is one of the most important things in any modern home. It supplies your outlets and your heating system with hot water.We know how tiring it is to go shopping for a new boiler. The process can be complicated and expensive. However, with Smart Adapt, you can just check and know everything there is toknow online. We will try to sum up the most important factors you need to know in order to buy what you exactly need.

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All Smart Adapt boiler installations come with a one-year installation guarantee, in addition to up to 10 years manufacturer’s warranty. To ensure your manufacturer’s warranty is kept valid, you will need to ensure your boiler is serviced annually.

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Getting a boiler on finance is the best way to get a new boiler installed with no upfront cost. Rather than pay the full price you can break down the cost of a new boiler installation for your home into small manageable monthly payments with one of our pay monthly boiler deals.


What Are The Types Of Boilers We Do?

Combi Boilers

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.

Heat Only Boilers

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 Boilers

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.

Combi boilers

- Their compact design makes them perfect for homes with limited space- Do not require a hot water storage cylinder or a cold-water tank- Unsuitable for larger homes with multiple bathrooms and a high demand for hot water- Not suitable for areas with low mains water pressure

Vaillant boiler

Regular (heat only) boilers

Good for homes with multiple bathrooms and a high hot water demand- Perfect for areas with low water pressure from the mains- Suitable for homes with older heating systems that may not be able to tolerate high pressure- They take space since they need a cistern tank- A tank in the attic can freeze in winter and might cause many problems if it starts leaking

viessmann boiler in kitchen

System boilers

- Also recommend for homes with more than one bathroom and a high demand for hot water- Do not need a tank in the attic- Internal components can make installation much easier.- Unsuitable for areas with low water pressure- Not suitable for homes with traditional heating systems that can’t tolerate high water pressure- You need to consider where to put the water tank if a system boiler is replacing your combi boiler

What is the cost of a new boiler?

The first thing you might think of when buying a new boiler is the possible cost. Boilers can be expensive but getting a good boiler is a good investment. You will of course want your boiler to be efficient and to last for years to come.The typical cost to replace a boiler will be between ÂŁ1,150-ÂŁ4,500. This will account for the cost of a new boiler, which typically falls between ÂŁ500-ÂŁ3,000 and the average cost for installation, between ÂŁ650-ÂŁ2,500.

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A thermostat can control 60% of your energy bill. This is particularly important nowadays considering the rise in energy prices. That is why it is important to have a smart thermostat installed. Because they offer a lot of great features, thermostats have gained more popularity in the UK. You can turn your heating on and off by using a mobile app and some thermostat types can help you learn about your heating needs as well as adjusting the temperature of your room in order to save more energy. A smart thermostat can help you take control of your heating.



Hot water isn’t always instant in busier times

Once you use all the stored hot water in your cylinder, you have to wait for some time to be able to use hot water again. Always buy a cylinder with the capacity to meet your hot water demands and needs.

Needs lots of space

Regular boilers need space for the water tank and the hot water cylinder. That’s why it’s not a good choice for smaller homes that don’t have much space. For smaller homes, a combi boiler is more suitable.

Installation can be costly

Because there are many parts to be installed around the house, a new boiler installation can be pricy. Aside from being expensive it can also take a lot of time.

To get what you exactly need, you should take a look at the pros and cons of regular boilers. There are a lot of things to think of when it comes to choosing the most suitable boiler for you.

It is all pretty simple. Basically, a regular boiler will take water from the tank to provide heating. It is important to place your tank as high as possible to have a better water flow in all the system.

A heat exchanger warms up the cold water once you turn on the hot tap or switch on the heating. After that the hot water moves to the hot water storage cylinder where it is kept and circulated. Then valves will direct hot water to the heating system or the taps and outlets.

Cold water runs through the combi boilers directly from the main water source. In order to produce heat, the gas fuel is burned. The heat is then transformed from the combustion chamber to the water through a heat exchanger.

Your thermostat would know when the temperatures drop in your house. Subsequently, it will send a signal to the combi boiler which would fire up and heat your home.

The minute the required heat is reached, your combi boiler would decrease the produced heat and keep the status quo. As a result, it will reduce your energy waste as well as keep your house warm.

A Combi boiler directs hot water to any outlet you are using such as a hot tap, a shower or a bath. When you turn off the tap, the central heating duties will be back in action.

Keep in mind that your Combi boiler directs hot water to the water outlets or the central heating, but not both at the same time.

Combi Boilers take water directly from the mains water supply in your home. To provide an appropriate water flow, they rely on the pressure coming from the mains.

So if the pressure from the mains is not strong enough, a combi boiler is not, therefore, suitable for your home.

A combi Boiler comes with two outputs; one for how water and the other is for home heating. Hot water for central heating takes less effort than on-demand hot water. That’s why it’s crucial to choose a boiler that corresponds with your hot water demands.

Another key point is that if you live in large home with many bathrooms, then a system boiler is what you need.

When we talk about boiler size, we do not mean its dimensions, but rather its power output.

The unit of measurement, used for Combi Boilers, is the kilowatt (kW). To clarify, the bigger the kilowatts, the greater the capacity of the boiler to match your demands for hot water and central heating.

We advise that you get a small (low power) combi boiler if you have a small home with only one bathroom.

On the other hand, you will need a much bigger boiler if you live in larger property with more than one bathroom.

Here’s what you need to know about Minimum kW Size:

NO. OF BEDRROMS1 bath & shower2 baths & showers 
2-beedrom house26 kW29 kWGet Quotes
3-bedroom house29 KW35 kWGet Quotes
4-bedroom house29 KW35 KWGet Quotes
5-bedrrom house35 KW35 KWGet Quotes

When it comes to relying on a hot water storage cylinder, then both systems are very similar. Both of them keep a store of hot water ready for your use. However, the main difference is that a system boiler draws water directly from the mains. While, a regular boiler will take its water supply from a tank in the attic. In short, with the system boiler you do not need a cold water tank high up in the attic.

Firstly, a heat exchanger heats the water. Then it moves energy from the gas jets to the water. Once the water is heated, it is moved to the hot water cylinder where it will be stored. Even when you are using multiple taps and showers, a constant supply of hot water is always available.

There are many things to consider but one of the most crucial points is how much space do you need for a system boiler. In general, a system boiler is larger than a regular boiler so you need to make sure that you have sufficient space. What makes a system boiler bigger is the fact that it has a pump and an expansion tank. It’s worth mentioning that the additional parts would be covered by the manufacturer warranty. An airing cupboard is where the hot water cylinder most likely to be installed.

System boilers are perfect for homes with limited space because they do not need a header tank.

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