Should I Move to an A Rated Boiler

With money being tight throughout the country, it only makes sense that people are exploring a variety of ways to save money. It is no coincidence that as the weather gets colder, household energy bills begin to rise, and as such, looking for ways to cut back on heating bills should be right at the top of the money saving list.

If you haven’t yet made the move to an A-rated boiler there has never been a better time than right now. With excellent deals available from Gas Safe registered heating companies such J&P Group & Heating, the sooner you make the change the sooner you can start saving money!

Increasing Fuel Bills

With the price of fuels constantly increasing, with no sign of respite in sight,  identifying ways to reduce the amount you spend on your heating costs can go a long way to making a huge impact on your monthly costs, especially during the winter months.

In our ever changing world it should come as no surprise that the technology involved in the development of the modern boiler has come on light years. One of the main reasons behind this is the massive improvement in condensing technology.

Modern Boilers

Most modern boilers are condensing boilers. In laymen’s terms this means that they are able to utilise a lot more of the heat energy that they produce. Boilers burn fuel when generating heat energy and a series of waste gases are produced as part of this process. These waste gases need to be removed from the property as it can be a serious health risk if they are allowed to build up with the property.

The way this is done is by fitting the boiler with a flue which acts very much like a chimney, allowing the waste gases to be released from the property. Unfortunately with non-condensing boilers, a substantial amount of useful heat energy is lost as part of this process. Condensing boilers are designed to tackle this problem.

Save Money with a Combi Boiler

As a result almost all modern combi boilers (for example) are A-rated condensing boilers, offering premium efficiency levels above 90%. This is fantastic news for all home owners as it means their central heating systems are benefiting from a much more efficient fuel supply, meaning the heating system needs to be utilised less, helping you to save a substantial amount of money.

In some cases moving from an inefficient G-rated boiler to a new condensing A-rated boiler has been known to save upwards of £310 a year – a fair bit of money that would certainly be welcome to pay off with other bills…or even the odd holiday!

Further Information

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Last Updated on June 19, 2018 Pay for your plumbing and boilers with a credit card