Installing New Boilers
SimPlumb work with Gas Safe registered and trained installers to survey, install and commission Ideal, Worcester and Baxi boilers meeting all of the manufacturers recommendations thus ensuring that the customer receives the full manufacturers warranty. Some manufacturers warranties extend to 12 years on certain products when installed by registered installers.
Very popular, Combi (combination) boilers produce both the heating and hot water for your home in one appliance without the need to store water in a cylinder or storage tank.
Combi boilers provide hot water on demand and are well suited households with limited space, where there is little room for water storage and the use of multiple hot water outlets simultaneously is low.
As they only heat the water you use they are also economical to run, you could also save money on your gas bill.
Often considered the tradition boiler, heat only boilers require a separate hot water cylinder and cold-water storage tank and normally used in gravity fed, un-pressurised systems
Heat-only boilers are also known as 'regular' or 'conventional' boilers. If you are replacing an old boiler and have a small expansion tank and a larger cold water storage cistern in your loft space, you probably already have a heat-only boiler.
A system boiler heats your central heating system and produces hot water for your cylinder, system boilers are fully pressurised and are filled via a mains cold water connection.
A heat pump within the boiler circulates hot water to radiators. This system is very popular in larger modern houses with multiple bathrooms
Nobody expects their boiler to fail, and when this happens, rarely is it budgeted for. To alleviate the cost of boiler replacement, SimPlumb work with leading funders to offer boilers or complete central heating systems and the subsequent installation costs on an interest free basis over a 12 months period. This extends up to 10 years at competitive interest rates if needed