When considering the costs of buying and installing a new central heating system, you’ll need to consider the type of boiler which is most suitable for your home (and budget), the cost of purchasing and installing the pipes and radiators as well as a gas safe engineer to complete the work for you.
Here are some examples of central heating costs:
In a property that does not currently have a central heating system, WhatPrice advise that it will cost on average, £3235 for materials and labour.
To replace and old boiler with a new one, Which? advise the cost will be in the region of £600 - £1000.
For an oil boiler, the cost will be in the region of £2300 due to oil central heating costs being higher than other fuels.
To replace a cold water tank, the cost is around £285.
To replace a hot water tank the costs is around £430.
Power flushing a boiler costs around £435.
Replacing a double panel radiator costs around £405.
Replacing a single panel radiator costs around £235.
Boiler servicing costs around £60.
You need to ensure that you factor in all of the costs that are going to be associated with your project including materials, installation, repairs and servicing. For a full quotation on your project, click the link above, fill in your details and let BoilerQuoter do the hard work for you!