How much does a new boiler cost?
How much does a boiler cost to replace?
Boiler prices depend on the type of boiler system you are installing. There are three boiler types - combi, system, and regular. Learn more about the different boiler types.
Budgeting for a new boiler.
If you invest in a good quality new boiler, it should last around 10-15 years. Which means, there’s a chance you’ll have been lucky enough never to have needed to buy a new boiler before. Don’t worry, buying a new boiler doesn’t need to be complicated. That’s why we’ve made a handy breakdown of what to consider when looking into new boiler prices.
How much could a new boiler save?
Wondering if it’s worth getting a new boiler? Depending on the efficiency of your current boiler, upgrading to a brand new high-efficiency boiler, like our market-leading Worcester Bosch Greenstar range, could save you up to £540 a year on your energy bills^. Our Worcester Bosch boiler prices start from £2,495, with 0% interest finance options available. So, if your boiler is on its last legs don’t wait for the inconvenience of a breakdown - consider upgrading today and you could start enjoying lower bills. Get a boiler quote online.
How long does it take to recoup the costs of a new boiler?
The payback period of your new boiler will depend on two factors: its price, and how much it will save you on your energy bills. The bigger the upgrade to your boiler efficiency (e.g replacing a G rated boiler with an A rated model) the more it will save you on your bills. And the more it saves you the shorter the payback period. Sometimes, you may even find that a more expensive but more efficient boiler has a shorter payback period than cheaper alternatives, as it will save you more money over time.
The legal stuff.
^An average household could save up to £540 on their annual gas bill. Savings information for boilers in the UK provided by the Energy Saving Trust, based on a detached house with a boiler rating of G.