If your radiators take too long to heat up or your water
doesn’t come through as hot as it used to, it might mean
your boiler is nearly ready to be replaced.
Your energy bill has gone up
...even though your energy plan, and the hours you heat your
home, haven’t changed. That’s because boilers become more
costly to run as they age. Look for the ErP energy label to see
how efficient yours should be. All new condensing boilers in
the UK must have an ErP efficiency rating of 92% or more.
Your boiler is leaking
Boiler puddles mean internal parts could be faulty or are
beginning to fall apart. Get an engineer out quickly, as it
could be time for a new boiler.
Your boiler is making dodgy noises
Beyond your boiler’s normal firing-up sound or gentle purr,
other noises could mean trouble – from broken valves, heat
pump issues, to general wear and tear.
Your boiler smells
This is serious. It might be that a leak is causing the boiler to
not burn properly, which puts you at risk from carbon
monoxide. If you suspect you’ve got a leak, call the National
Gas Emergency Service on 0800 111 999.
Don’t leave it to guesswork
Get a new A-rated boiler
from CORGI HomeHeat,
A free smart thermostat
worth up to £199.
Finance options available
(subject to status).
Flexible installation dates.2
Installation by local, Gas
Safe registered engineers.
1Estimated figures based on installing a new A-rated condensing boiler with a programmer, room thermostat and thermostatic radiator controls (TRVs) in a gas heated home from an older boiler with a programmer and room thermostat. Savings will vary depending on the size and thermal performance of your home. Source - Energy Saving Trust: March 2019.
2COVID-19 is a huge challenge for everyone and the safety of our customers and engineers is our highest priority. In line with government guidance, we're only sending engineers out to replace non-operational boilers at this time. If your boiler is still in reasonable working order, there will be a delay to your installation date until these restrictions are relaxed.
OVO Energy Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority under firm reference number 811744 as a credit broker, not a lender. OVO Energy Ltd introduces consumers to CORGI HomeHeat, a trading name of CORGI HomePlan Ltd. CORGI HomePlan Ltd and OVO Energy Ltd are part of OVO Group Ltd.
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