Things to Keep in Mind before Buying a New Boiler Getting a new gas boiler installation is a big decision. It requires lots of funds and research to ensure that you get the right system for your home. After all, a typical boiler installation costs you somewhere between £3,000 and £5,000 and you would be using it for the next 10-12 years. We have listed a few factors that you can use as a checklist to ensure that you make the right investment while purchasing a new boiler system. 1.The significance of a reliable new boiler One of the major incentives of picking a boiler from a reliable brand only – even if it costs a bit more than other brands – is that you can expect it to have lesser breakdowns and hence spend less amount of the repairs. Remember that you might end up spending more on repairs during the lifespan of boiler than you would save on its purchasing cost if you are not careful about the brand you pick. 2.Ask your boiler engineer for their opinion You boiler engineer will have the right knowledge and experience to give you a piece of reliable advice about the type and size of gas central heating system that would be apt for your home and your heating & hot water requirements. However, it is not wise to completely rely on their advice. It is always best to take a second opinion and conduct some research yourself too before reaching a final decision. 3.Known the types of boilers available in the market There are mainly three types of condensing boiler options you have –Gas Combi Boiler, system boiler, and conventional boiler. The type of boiler that would be suitable for your needs will depend on the size of your home. For instance, if you live in a small apartment with two members, then a Combi boiler is the best choice for you. However, if you have a larger home with more than two people living in it, then you might want to go for a system boiler. 4.Get the Right Size of Boiler Two major factors will contribute to deciding the size of boiler you should be looking for your home –yourheating and hot water requirements, and whether the physical size of the boiler will fit in the destined space you have for it. To get an appropriate and definite answer to this dilemma, your Boiler Engineer in Wolverhampton will be more helpful. If you are looking for a heating engineer you can rely on, then get in touch with TS Gas & Electric Ltd and a consultation will be arranged for you.