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About Your Current Boiler
What kind of fuel does your boiler use?

The fuel type will be on the boiler. If it's very old, take a look at the pipes. If there's a small pipe coming out of the bottom with a valve on it, it's likely to be gas.

  • Natural Gas
  • LPG
    What type of boiler do you have currently?

    Combi Boiler

    A combi boiler is a combined water and central heating boiler in one compact unit. There will be no separate hot water cylinder.

    Standard Boiler

    Conventional (sometimes referred to as traditional or standard) requires a separate hot water cylinder for storage.

    System Boiler

    A system boiler will require a separate hot water cylinder but no feed tanks in the loft. The boiler itself will have a water pressure gauge display as it is connected directly to mains water.

    Back Boiler

    A back boiler is situated behind the fireplace. They are no longer favoured and are replaced by one of the other types when they expire.
    • Combi Boiler
    • Standard Boiler
    • System Boiler
    • Back Boiler
      Do you want to convert to a combi boiler?

      Combi boilers are extremely efficient, which allows you to heat both your home and your water quickly and efficiently as and when you need to. As there is no need to heat up an external hot water tank you can save money on your domestic energy bills if you choose a combi boiler.

      • Yes
      • No
        Where is your current boiler located?
        • Utility room
        • Kitchen
        • Airing Cupboard - Middle of house
        • Airing Cupboard - Outside wall
        • Garage
        • Loft
        • Bedroom
        • Other
          Do you want your boiler in a different place?
          • Yes
          • No
            Where would you like to put your new boiler?
            • Utility room
            • Kitchen
            • Airing Cupboard - Middle of house
            • Airing Cupboard - Outside wall
            • Garage
            • Loft
            • Bedroom
            • Other
              What's the cold tap flow rate?

              A slow flow is one that takes over 10 seconds to fill a pint. An average flow fills a pint between 5 & 10 seconds. A fast flow is less than 5 seconds.

              • Slow - Less than 10 litres per minute
              • Average - 10 to 15 litres per minute
              • Fast - Above 15 litres per minute
                What type of property do you own?
                • Detached
                • Semi Detached
                • Terraced
                • Bungalow
                • Maisonette
                • Flat
                  Is your flat 2nd floor or above?
                  • Yes
                  • No
                    How many bedrooms do you have?
                    • 1 Bedroom
                    • 2 Bedrooms
                    • 3 Bedrooms
                    • 4 Bedrooms
                    • 5 Bedrooms
                    • 6+ Bedrooms
                      How many bathtubs do you have, or plan to have in the future?
                      • 0 Bathtub
                      • 1 Bathtub
                      • 2+ Bathtubs
                        How many separate showers do you have, or plan to have in the future?
                        • 0 Shower
                        • 1 Shower
                        • 2 Showers
                        • 3+ Showers
                          Do you have thermostatic radiator valves?

                          Thermostatic Radiator Valves – or TRVs – controls your radiators. They regulate how much hot water flows into the radiator so you can adjust its temperature.TRVs also let you turn some radiators off without having to turn off all the heating in your home.

                          • Yes
                          • No
                            Where is your Flue located?

                            A flue is like a chimney. It's a pipe that takes waste from your boiler and carries it outside.

                            • Wall
                            • Roof Type - Flat
                            • Roof - Sloped - High Up
                            • Roof - Sloped - Low Down
                              Do you have access to the flue?
                              • Yes
                              • No
                                When are you looking to purchase your boiler?
                                • Unsure/Just looking
                                • Within the next few weeks
                                • As soon as possible
                                  Personal Details
                                  First name
                                    Last name
                                      Telephone number

                                      Telephone number

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