Keep your boiler running with support and maintenance plans. Need a new boiler? We can get it sorted quickly.
Should you maintain, repair or replace your gas boiler?
Gas boilers usually last around 10 to 15 years and heating makes up over 50% of your energy bills(1), so if your boiler is older it might cost you less to replace it.
Boiler maintenance and support - we've got your needs covered
Get a new boiler and save up to £840 a year(3) with BOXT
A new A-rated energy-efficient boiler will use less gas than an older boiler that will save you up to £840 per year on bills (3) and reduce your carbon footprint.
Discover what schemes and subsidies are available to help you with the cost of a new boiler.
10 common boiler problems
We’re here to help diagnose all boiler problems and get your central heating system ship-shape in a jiffy.
No heating or hot water?
A home with no heating or hot water is no fun. Here's what to do if you find yourself in hot water when your boiler breaks down.
Moving home or renovating? Waste less heat, energy and money with insulation
Save up to £1,280 on energy bills(4) wrapping your home with insulation, as less heat is wasted by escaping out of your home. Your new boiler will last longer too as it's not working as hard to heat your home.
Looking for a greener alternative to a gas boiler?
Talk to one of our experts about zero carbon heating options. Contact our team.
Gas isn’t going to be around forever. 85% of gas-heated homes will be heated by a low-carbon source by the year 2050.
If your boiler is nearing the end of its life, you might want to consider a renewable heating system instead. Now could be a great time to invest in an air source heat pump, the Boiler Upgrade Scheme could help with up to £5,000 towards the upfront costs of an air source heat pump.
Here’s how air source heat pumps compare to an A-rated gas boiler
- Longer running life — 20 years or more compared to 10 to 15 years
- Safety — no flammable gases
- No carbon emissions
- The Boiler Upgrade Scheme can help replace your heating
A smart meter can help you save
It's important now, more than ever, to stay in control of your energy. With a smart meter, you'll easily be able to track your energy usage and see where you can save so that you can lower your bills and your carbon footprint.
Smart benefits include:
- Upgrade your meter at no extra cost
- You're in control - you can see the cost of your energy
- Receive more accurate bills
- Get a better idea of where you use energy in your home with Energy Hub(5)
- If you use cards or keys, you can top up online