You could be eligible for a new FREE boiler
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You could be eligible for a new FREE boiler*

Half the money spent on fuel bills goes on heating and hot water and investing in a new energy-efficient boiler will ultimately be the first step in reducing your outgoing cost.

Energy Saving

Modern boilers are more efficient because they are all condensing boilers. A condensing boiler has a larger heat exchanger, so it recovers more heat, sends cooler gases up the flue and is more efficient.

Your boiler can account for around 55% of the amount you spend on your annual energy bills, so an A-rated energy boiler really does make economic sense.  According to the Energy Saving Trust (EST), you could save up to £195 a year on your energy bills (estimate based on installing a new A-rated condensing boiler with a programmer, room thermostat and thermostatic radiator controls in a semi-detached house).

What are the benefits of replacing my old boiler with a brand-new A-rated boiler?

  • Savings on your energy bills
  • More efficient heating
  • Improves the energy performance certificate (EPC) rating of your home
  • Helps to reduce your carbon footprint
  • Improved living conditions which are vital to health and wellbeing
  • Manufacturer warranty supplied, which gives you peace of mind.


Low-carbon alternatives to heating your home

With gas prices rising at a dramatic rate and the energy price cap having increased from the 1st April, the government are putting greater emphasis on low-carbon alternatives to heating homes, including renewable technologies such as air source heat pumps.

According to the Government 10 Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution, the aim is to achieve 600,000 heat pump installations by 2028 and incentivise householders to install more environmentally friendly heating systems, rather than fossil fuel hungry boilers.

One way the government are encouraging householders to install an air source heat pump, to help reduce their carbon footprint, is through their recently launched Boiler Upgrade Scheme.  Grants of £5000 towards the cost of an air source heat pump installation, are available for eligible homeowners.

Are there any grants available for a new boiler?

If you or a member of your household is on a qualifying benefit, and you are a homeowner, you may qualify for a free boiler replacement through the government backed Energy Company Obligation (ECO) scheme.

As the ECO3 scheme is coming to a close, and the next phase of the scheme (ECO4) is due to start, there is very little funding available for boiler replacements.

Through the ECO4 scheme, it is expected that there will be a change in qualifying criteria and a maximum cap on the number of boilers funded through the scheme.  This is all part of the government’s strategy to move towards alternative ways of heating homes across the UK.

Find out about what next for heating grants and home energy savings.

You could be eligible if:

  • You or a member of your household is in receipt of a qualifying benefit
  • You are a homeowner
  • Your boiler is a minimum of 8 years old
  • Your existing boiler is broker or has an intermittent fault which is beyond economical repair.

Alternatively, if you do not meet the qualifying criteria, we can arrange a free no-obligation quote.

“I benefitted from a free boiler replacement, so could you”

These are the words of Jack.  Jack and his wife Laura, a retired couple living in Cheshire, recently had their boiler replaced through the free boiler replacement scheme, installed by Dyson Energy Services.  It was funded by the government backed Energy Company Obligation scheme.

Read our How to qualify for a Free Boiler Article to find out more about Jack’s personal story and how he recommends others to take advantage of the available funding through the free boiler scheme.

Do you need more information?

Frequently asked questions

Are your engineers employed by you?

All our heating engineers are employed by us and trained to the highest standards.

Are your heating engineers’ Gas Safe registered?

All our heating engineers are Gas Safe registered.  You can feel safe in the knowledge that we are competent and qualified to work safely and legally with gas.  By using a Gas Safe registered engineer, you are protecting yourself and your family from incorrectly fitted, fixed, and serviced gas appliances.  All of our installations are recorded on the Gas Safe register on completion of works.

What type of boilers do you install?

There are two main types, regular boilers, and combi boilers.  A regular boiler has a separate cylinder to store hot water.  A combi boiler doesn’t need a cylinder and provides hot water directly from the boiler itself.  Combi boilers are popular, as they are overall more efficient and require less space in the home.

Which manufacturers do you work with?

We work with a range of manufacturers, including IDEAL and Worcester Bosch.  Both of which are popular trusted brands with our customers.

Do you install condensing boilers?

Yes, all the boilers we install are condensing boilers.  A condensing boiler has a larger heat exchanger, so it recovers more hear, sends cooler gases up the flue and is more efficient.

What COVID secure measures do you have in place?

All our engineers, surveyors and supervisors follow the latest government guidance, to always keep our customers and themselves safe.

Are you a TrustMark registered Installer?

If you have a boiler replacement installed through the Energy Company Obligation scheme, you have peace of mind that it is installed by a TrustMark registered installer. As it must be.

As a registered TrustMark approved installer, Dyson Energy Services delivers government-endorsed quality. It’s one of the reasons why we’re chosen by householders across the UK, as their installer of choice.

*Subject to qualifying criteria, property suitability and funding

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