What you get with an “A” class boiler
A New Class "A" Boiler
Installing the best boiler for your home will help reduce annual heating bills and will have less negative impact on the environment.
With Hassle Free Boilers, homeowners receive an “A” class boiler from Vaillant – recommended by the Energy Saving Trust, this replacement boiler for your home operates with an annual seasonal efficiency of over 90%.
The three main benefits of an “A” class replacement boiler are:
- Savings of up to £300 on annual heating bills
- Reduction in carbon dioxide emissions
- Boilers receive official ratings from SEDBUK ‘Seasonal Efficiency of a Domestic Boiler in the UK’.
The Vaillant boilers provided by Hassle Free Boilers achieve the highest SEDBUK rating, Band A. This band represents boilers that are at least 90% efficient, turning 90% of the fuel they use to heat. This is where the major svings are accrued. Experts estimate savings can be as high as 50% averaged out across most homes annual heating bill. That is a very significant saving.
Fair Boiler Comparison
The SEDBUK rating scheme was developed by boiler manufacturers and the government to provide a fair comparison of average boiler efficiency.
Although the initial price of a boiler may be off-putting, the overall savings accrue very quickly. New boilers are more efficient as they are all condensing boilers. Condensing boilers have a bigger heat exchange, enabling the new boiler to recover more heat which in turn sends cooler gases up the flue. This “doubles” up on yuor energy savings. It maximises efficiency converting the highest possible proportion of fuel into heat energy which is much less damaging to the environment.
See How Much You Could Save
It’s simple really – a brand new boiler is more efficient, saving you money on energy bills and reducing negative impact to the environment. Make the switch to an A-class boiler and start reaping the benefits now.
Call us here at Hassle Free Boilers today (it’s free to call) and get yourself a quote. It costs nothing to find out how much you can save on your energy costs.