Central Heating System Replacement
Upgrading your heating system to an A-Rated system is highly recommended to ensure you gain the best level of efficiency for your home. A new boiler can save you over 30% on your heating bills as well as improve the comfort and warmth of your home. Our expert plumbers are RGII and OFTEC registered and will be happy to recommend the best heating system replacement for your home.
Your heating system is a vital part of your home and requires multiple aspects to ensure it is working efficiently and as you would like it. Items you must consider when upgrading your heating system are:
Heating System Replacement Cost & Grants
Replacing your heating system is a cost effective method of increasing the comfort of your home. A heating system upgrade could potentially save you over 30% on your energy bills. We offer a variety of high quality system upgrades including gas and oil. Our heating & plumbing experts will work with you to ensure you make the best choice of heating system for your home whilst ensuring you receive the best value.
We supply a full range of boilers, radiators & heating controls for you to choose from.
Heating System Replacement Grants
The amount of the grants you receive differs depending on the heating controls you choose to install. For example if you were to include an upgrade of your heating controls to fully integrated controls when replacing your boiler, you will receive substantial grants & incentives of up to €459 from Electric Ireland and a further €700 from the SEAI. View a full grants & incentives breakdown below.
Elements of your Heating System
Gas or Oil Boilers
There are a number of factors to consider when selecting the type of fuel for your home. The main factor being availability of the fuel in your area, in addition to the cost and storage of the fuel. Once decided, you must choose the type of boiler that best suits your heating requirements for your home.
Water Heating System
Choosing your system for domestic hot water falls into 3 main types:
1) Centrally stored via a cylinder, tank of thermal store
2) Instantaneous water heating via combi boiler
3) Locally stored system via over/under sink storage heaters
There are 2 popular types of heat emitters you can choose from to suit your home. These are:
1) Radiators – the most popular choice for home owners. Typically wall mounted and operate temperatures of between 60-65 degrees celcius.
2) Underfloor heating – a network of water pipes built into the floor creating a uniform heat ditribution throughout the house.
A thermostat, time switch or programmer are typically used to ensure full control of your heating and hot water system. There are many types of controls available to home owners including TRV’s, smart controls and manual controls. You can view our full range online.