First-time central heating installations are now available under the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme.
If you are a homeowner or private tenant and do not have a central heating system, you may be eligible for a free grant towards a new First-Time Central Heating System.
To qualify for the First Time Central Heating Grant, you must never have had a gas boiler and radiators installed before. You must also be on one of the qualifying benefits or live within the LA Flex councils.
There are many properties with currently run-on electric heating and electric water heaters. The electric systems are extremely expensive to run.
Depending on the type of property, you could have a ‘A’ Rated Energy Efficient Gas Boiler and Radiators installed in your home for FREE. Subject to a free property assessment.
The installation comes with a two-year parts and labour guarantee.
Currently the average cost of installing a new gas heating system in a home starts from around £4000, taking advantage of the ECO Scheme can say you a considerable amount of money.
This offer is available to Homeowners and Private Tenants.
By checking your eligibility, you are under no obligation to progress with the installation.
Gas central heating is the most cost-effective energy source when compared to other heating solutions like oil or electrical.
Easy to control your heating needs across your home, made even easier with a smart thermostat and Temperature Room Valves (TRV).
A typical install cost of a gas central heating system, including all materials can range from £3,000 - £4,500 depending on the property size.
Modern condensing boilers are approximately 90% energy efficient which means less energy is lost, in turn giving you savings on your energy bills.
Gas Boilers need regular maintenance. Generally on an annual basis from a Registered Gas Safety Engineer Only.
Gas Heating Systems need some complex equipment, and must strictly be installed by fully qualified engineers.