In this guide, you’ll find out what you need to know about boiler service costs, including what they are and where you can find a boiler servicing specialist. Boiler servicing costs anywhere from £18 to £150 but averages around £65 for a simple service. Costs can rise quickly if the servicing engineer finds deeper faults.
A new regular (or system boiler) can could cost anywhere from £1,500, all the way up to £3,000. Again, the final cost can be affected by a number of factors including but not limited to; the boiler brand (and warranty length), required controls, additional pumps/valves and the general complexity of the job.
Typical costs: Installing a standard boiler (80%-85% annual fuel utilization efficiency) typically costs about $2,500-$5,000 for a gas-fired model and $3,000-$6,500 for an oil-fired unit (generally used in areas without municipal gas lines).
Boiler installation costs vary enormously, depending on how much work is required, the parts needed, their availability, where you live and who you employ for the job. A recent snapshot investigation, where our boilers expert arranged for 10 quotes to replace his own boiler, found that they can vary by as much as £3,200.
Entry-level oil boilers typically start from around £1,000, while top-of-the-range oil boilers can cost over £3,000. As a rule of thumb, the larger the oil boiler, the more expensive it will be. The size of a boiler is measured in kilowatts (kW), which tells you how powerful it is.
How much is a combi boiler in 2019? Combi boiler prices in 2019 start from £545 and may exceed £3,000 for larger models. This estimate doesn’t include boiler installation. Also, it’s not necessarily a good idea to base your buying decision purely on price.