3 December 2015condensing boilers should be serviced once a year, but this is not an expensive process and definitely helps to keep heating bills down in the long term. An additional benefit is that they reduce carbon monoxide emissions, which is incredibly important if the UK is to reduce its emissions by 80% by 2050 to be in line with EU expectations. More and more people who have not yet upgraded to a condensing boiler should be encouraged by installers and the benefits made clear. Many conventional boilers will be coming to the end of their natural lives and installers should be at the forefront of promoting condensing boilers and explaining to homeowners that it’s usually better in the long term to install a new energy efficient boiler rather than the ongoing costs needed to prop up an old and inefficient one. Article by Benjamin Clarke RELATED ARTICLES • A new boiler. To get or not to get? 26th Mar 2015 • How do combination boilers make water hot? 20th May 2015 • What size boiler do I need? 26th Jun 2013
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