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Professionally installed by one of our gas safe engineers and A rated for efficiency.

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More than just a new boiler.

Lower energy bills.

New boilers tend to be more efficient than old ones, so you won’t spend any more money than you need to on heating.

Better water pressure.

It can improve your hot water pressure considerably, making a hot shower much more enjoyable.

Greener choice.

A new A-rated boiler helps the environment by bringing down your home’s carbon emissions.

Am I eligible?

Check to see if we’re installing boilers in your area. If we are, complete our short online questionnaire to tell us about your home and we’ll get in touch.

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Am I eligible?

Check to see if we’re installing boilers in your area. If we are, complete our short online questionnaire to tell us about your home and we’ll get in touch.

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Check to see if we’re installing boilers in your area. If we are, complete our short online questionnaire to tell us about your home and we’ll get in touch.

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We’re installing in your area!

If you’d like to check if you’re eligible for a free boiler installation, complete our online questionnaire using the link below. Once we’ve received it, our Utilita Home team will get in touch to discuss your options.

    To qualify for a new boiler, you must:

  • Own your own home
  • Qualify for Universal Credits, Tax Credits, Child Benefit or another UK Benefit allowance
  • Have an economically inefficient boiler*
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*If your boiler is over 5 years old, it may be inefficient. During our survey, we’ll assess your home and the condition of your boiler. Either way, you could still be eligible for a free boiler repair to make it even more efficient.

Am I eligible?

Check to see if we’re installing boilers in your area. If we are, complete our short online questionnaire to tell us about your home and we’ll get in touch.

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We’re not installing in your area right now.

Unfortunately our engineers are not currently working in your area right now. However, we can instruct our trusted partner to carry out the work. If you’re interested, complete the online questionnaire and we’ll be in touch.

    To qualify for a new boiler, you must:

  • Own your own home
  • Qualify for Universal Credits, Tax Credits, Child Benefit or another UK Benefit allowance
  • Have an economically inefficient boiler*
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*If your boiler is over 5 years old, it may be inefficient. During our survey, we’ll assess your home and the condition of your boiler. Either way, you could still be eligible for a free boiler repair to make it even more efficient.

Am I eligible?

Check to see if we’re installing boilers in your area. If we are, complete our short online questionnaire to tell us about your home and we’ll get in touch.

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You need to qualify for insulation improvements too.

As you are a tenant, you’ll also need to qualify for insulation improvements to be eligible for a free boiler installation with the ECO Scheme. If you’re interested, complete the online questionnaire and we’ll be in touch.

    To qualify for a new boiler, you must:

  • Have a home EPC rating of A to E
  • Qualify for Universal Credits, Tax Credits, Child Benefit or another UK Benefit allowance
  • Have an economically inefficient boiler*
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*If your boiler is over 5 years old, it may be inefficient. During our survey, we’ll assess your home and the condition of your boiler. Either way, you could still be eligible for a free boiler repair to make it even more efficient.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our engineers will wear full PPE to keep you and themselves safe. If you begin to show symptoms of COVID-19 or have been asked to self-isolate prior to a surveyor or engineer visit, please contact us as soon as possible to re-schedule your appointment.

How it works.

Step 1

Check if you’re eligible

Check if we’re installing boilers in your area using your postcode above. If we are, complete our short online questionnaire to check if your home is eligible for a free boiler installation - it should only take a few minutes.

Step 2

Home Survey

If you’re eligible, our Utilita Home team will call to confirm your answers. We’ll then book an appointment to survey your home to see if you’re eligible for free or subsidised home improvements (including a new boiler!).

Step 3

Installation

After the survey is complete, one of our expert engineers will visit your home to install your new boiler. This usually takes place about 14 days after the survey has been carried out.

Step 4

Sit back and relax

Once your new boiler is installed, you can have peace of mind that your home is now more energy efficient - saving you money.

Types of boilers explained.

Which type of boiler is best? This guide covers the two most common types of boiler and central heating options; system boilers and combi (combination) boilers.

Combi boilers

Combi (or combination) boilers are the UK’s most popular type for gas central heating and hot water. They provide heat to your radiators but heat hot water for your taps on demand (when you turn it on or run a hot shower). This means you’re saving energy by not keeping a full cylinder of hot water heated if only a small amount of hot water is required.

    The benefits of Combi boilers:

  • Instant hot water at mains pressure
  • Save room by not needing a separate hot water cylinder
  • Available in a range of sizes to suit your home
  • Recommended by the Energy Saving Trust Ideal for households with low hot water demand

System boilers

System boilers are particularly suitable for heating larger homes that use more hot water (if you have more than one bathroom). It pumps hot water to the radiators and cylinder (usually in the airing cupboard or loft). And you can run more than one tap at the same time.

    The benefits of System boilers:

  • Let’s you run more than one hot tap at the same time
  • Economical with key components built-in
  • Available in different sizes, but particularly well-suited to larger homes
  • Recommended by the Energy Saving Trust