If your heating system is old or inefficient, you could be throwing away as much as a £240 a year!
Boilers account for around 60% of all household carbon dioxide emissions. Gas and oil boilers have a lifespan of approximately 10-15 years, at which point you should consider replacing the boiler with a new one. By fitting a new condensing boiler with heating controls, you will significantly cut your CO2 emissions and reduce your heating bills by up to £240 per year.
Considering a new boiler?
Due to the government’s Clean Growth Strategy, they are looking to phase out high carbon fossil fuel heating in the 2020’s. If you are considering changing your oil boiler, why not consider an alternative source of fuel such as LPG?
UKLPG have put together an informative video explaining LPG and its many uses.