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How much would a new boiler cost from British Gas?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Plenty O'Toole, Apr 4, 2013.

  1. Plenty O'Toole

    Soldato

    Joined: Dec 29, 2009

    Posts: 5,457

    Had a quick srarch and couldny find anything from this year.

    Anyboey have any ideas?

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  2. Soundood

    Mobster

    Joined: Jun 9, 2009

    Posts: 3,067

    Location: OCUK Detention Centre

    £600-£1200 boiler only, no labour depending on spec
     
  3. Spit

    Soldato

    Joined: Nov 8, 2003

    Posts: 5,632

    Location: Yorkshire

    Why British Gas? I am sure they will be expensive.
     
  4. craptakular

    Capodecina

    Joined: Jan 7, 2007

    Posts: 10,454

    Be prepared to remorgage if you go with BG
     
  5. ince

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Dec 29, 2011

    Posts: 1,121

    That figure you're thinking double it
     
  6. LiamC

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Jan 24, 2009

    Posts: 1,366

    Location: Edinburgh

    In the region of £3000
     
  7. MonsterMoshi

    Wise Guy

    Joined: May 16, 2011

    Posts: 1,288

    Location: Staffordshire

    Do not go with British Gas under any circumstances. You WILL get ripped off!


    As part of my families Heating business i can give you an idea
    A 33KW combination boiler is around £800-£900 purchase inc VAT
    Depending on where it will then be located you may need flue extension kits, perhaps roof flashing could possibly be between £100-£200 if required
    Go for around £100-£200 for various pipe fittings
    New time-clock and thermostat up to £100 depending on the type, wireless? etc.

    Then labourwise is entirely time dependent
    For a straight swap with little moving of pipes it can be done in a day
    Replacing an open vented system would mean removing hot water tanks and moving pipes so you could be looking at 2-3 days
    Don't expect to pay much less than £250 for a 8-10 hour day and if you do then you should be worried about the type of plummer you are employing. We charge around £330 a day inc VAT

    So in all, i would look anything between around £1800 and £2500 including VAT for a fairly standard installation but this could vary a lot depending on your specific job and what it entails

    Hope this helps :)

    EDITED some figures
     
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2013
  8. dodgem

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Jan 14, 2004

    Posts: 1,519

    Location: Wiltshire

    It wasn't BG but NPower, but I believe the pricing is similar...I was quoted over £2500 for a straight swap using a boiler that I could buy for £550 inc VAT!!!

    Get a local plumber to do it for you - you'll save a packet, and on top of that, I only ever hear bad things about BG installs from plumbers that I meet through work.
     


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