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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
how much am i looking at ?
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
If it is just a straight swap boiler, no rads,valves £1500 - £2000
#2
0800 009 4450 BRITISH GAS

Contact us for more information about new boilers

http://www.britishgas.co.uk/products-and-services/boilers/latest-offers.html

Edited By: snowtiger on Mar 01, 2011 21:46
#3
is that all the info you have?

If you live in a bedsit and its a combi to combi swap then c£1000 - £1200

If you live in an 18 bedroom mansion then I would say around £10k - £20k (depending on the number of boilers you want in the boiler room).

HTH
#4
Foxy102
is that all the info you have?

If you live in a bedsit and its a combi to combi swap then c£1000 - £1200

If you live in an 18 bedroom mansion then I would say around £10k - £20k (depending on the number of boilers you want in the boiler room).

HTH


I'd like to see where you can get someone to supply and fit a combi boiler for under £1200 :|
#5
its a two bed house with a crappy intesa boiler thats been on the blink for about 4 years. now its completely gone
#6
souljacker
Foxy102
is that all the info you have?

If you live in a bedsit and its a combi to combi swap then c£1000 - £1200

If you live in an 18 bedroom mansion then I would say around £10k - £20k (depending on the number of boilers you want in the boiler room).

HTH


I'd like to see where you can get someone to supply and fit a combi boiler for under £1200 :|


Easy.

Boiler out, flush (£200) new combi in (combi varies between £400 - £900 depending on what one you want), commission the new boiler.

More info on the OP's current situation may help to obtain accurate quotes lol
#7
Depends if you want to move the location or have a new one installed where the old one is. Also depends if any gas pipes need replacing / updating or if you're having any additional radiators or replacing radiators. Anything from £1500 to £3000 & more. Get loads of quotes but only from reputable gas fitters. Not worth the risk of cheap work by cowboys.
#9
just a straight swap really thanks for the help so far
#10
Foxy102
souljacker
Foxy102
is that all the info you have?

If you live in a bedsit and its a combi to combi swap then c£1000 - £1200

If you live in an 18 bedroom mansion then I would say around £10k - £20k (depending on the number of boilers you want in the boiler room).

HTH


I'd like to see where you can get someone to supply and fit a combi boiler for under £1200 :|


Easy.

Boiler out, flush (£200) new combi in (combi varies between £400 - £900 depending on what one you want), commission the new boiler.
l


yeah that's if you do it yourself, which most people aren't allowed to do so maybe pt some labour charges on your stupid price ;)

and lol at a combi for £400 X) must be a cracking make


Edited By: souljacker on Mar 01, 2011 22:02
#11
There are loads of decent engineers out there, so definately shop around. Don't let them blind you with science or give you bullsh*t. Go for a decent boiler (Vaillant) and make sure they flush it properly. It may cost you a bit more, but it's worth every penny. Also consider a magnaclean (or equivilant), to help reduce scale. The EcoTec 824 will be a good size.
#12
i was hoping for 1300-1400 for a combi and install. gona phone swalec tomorrow

Edited By: csamual on Mar 01, 2011 22:07
#13
csamual
i was hoping for 1300-1400 for a combi gona phone swalec tomorrow

you won't get a decent one ( worcester,vaillant,glow worm) for that price
#14
souljacker
Foxy102
souljacker
Foxy102
is that all the info you have?

If you live in a bedsit and its a combi to combi swap then c£1000 - £1200

If you live in an 18 bedroom mansion then I would say around £10k - £20k (depending on the number of boilers you want in the boiler room).

HTH


I'd like to see where you can get someone to supply and fit a combi boiler for under £1200 :|


Easy.

Boiler out, flush (£200) new combi in (combi varies between £400 - £900 depending on what one you want), commission the new boiler.
l


yeah that's if you do it yourself, which most people aren't allowed to do so maybe pt some labour charges on your stupid price ;)

and lol at a combi for £400 X) must be a cracking make



Blimey....who stole the jam from your doughnut? OK then, looking around I suppose you may be looking at £550 - £600 for a basic boiler.
#15
You can rely on BGas to be at least 50% more expensive than good private companies.
#16
Foxy102
souljacker
Foxy102
souljacker
Foxy102
is that all the info you have?

If you live in a bedsit and its a combi to combi swap then c£1000 - £1200

If you live in an 18 bedroom mansion then I would say around £10k - £20k (depending on the number of boilers you want in the boiler room).

HTH


I'd like to see where you can get someone to supply and fit a combi boiler for under £1200 :|


Easy.

Boiler out, flush (£200) new combi in (combi varies between £400 - £900 depending on what one you want), commission the new boiler.
l


yeah that's if you do it yourself, which most people aren't allowed to do so maybe pt some labour charges on your stupid price ;)

and lol at a combi for £400 X) must be a cracking make



Blimey....who stole the jam from your doughnut? OK then, looking around I suppose you may be looking at £550 - £600 for a basic boiler.


i was merley pointing out you cannot get a combi installed for under £1200 like you said and if you can it must be getting fitted for next to nothing

we do them fitted and we could never do them at that price
#17
depends on who's doing it i got my old combi replaced with new condenser boiler for £1200 tho it was brother in law doing it whos a plumber no new radiators just boiler and a few flushes of system,but he ripped out all the old pipes and an old tank and still managed an earner out of it

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