Combi-boilers, efficient and convenient
These days combi-boilers are the go to choice for heating water. With instant hot water they provide an efficient way to heat and provide hot water for your property.
If you have an old or inefficient boiler then installing a new boiler couldn’t be simpler and in the long run could even save you money.
All boilers need to be serviced regularly by a qualified Bristol plumber to make sure they’re working as safely and as efficiently as possible. Our heating engineers recommend boiler servicing at least once a year. We’ll issue you with a certificate to say everything is in order.
An annual Gas Safety check is mandatory for all rented properties and your landlord should provide you with the certificate to show it’s compliant.
If you’re unsure if your boiler is safe or your thinking you need to upgrade to a more efficient boiler then get in touch and our accredited heating engineers will visit to give you advice on the latest models and the best options for your property.
We’re accredited installers for many brands of combi-boiler and offer up to 10-years warranty on all our boiler installations when working with reliable brands.
With all of Ambient’s installations, we offer to include a Magnaclean® and an inline descaler which will prolong the life and long-term efficiency of the boiler.
We are also aware that boilers and gas appliances can break down at any time sometimes leaving homeowners or tenants without heating and hot water. We’re only a phone call away.
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28th September 2016
The Energy Saving Trust claims that the average home can save more than £300 a year on their heating bills by replacing an old and inefficient boiler with a modern one that includes heating controls. Although the actual amount that you will save does depend on your annual usage, the quality of your existing boiler, and the new system you choose, having a new boiler installed offers a number of other benefits that could make it an even more beneficial purchase.
There are essentially three types of boiler: combi, system, and regular boilers. Which one you choose will depend on the layout of your home, your water flow, and the type of system setup that you want in your property.