Replacing your boiler may seem like a big step, but sometimes this is the best option for you. However, sometimes a simple repair will get the job done just as well. There is no one answer for whether you should get your boiler repaired or replaced, so it can be hard to know what to do. We have created a handy guide for you to follow, with questions to ask yourself about your boiler. Keep reading to find out which option is best for you.
How often does your boiler break down?
Is this the first time your boiler has broken down? If so, a boiler repair will be good enough to get the job done. However, if your boiler seems to be broken more often than not, then it may be worth considering getting it replaced. While it may be more expensive up front, it will be much more sensible in the long run. Your new boiler shouldn't need repairing for years to come, saving you money in the future.
How much will a repair cost?
If you have an older boiler, it will e harder to find spare parts, which can push up the cost of a repair considerably. You also need to remember that the cost of repairs will only increase as your boiler gets older. It is best to find out how mucha repair will cost first and then decide if it is worth the money. If the repair is on the cheap side, this may be the better option for you!
How old is your boiler?
If your boiler is over ten years old, a replacement boiler will be great for your home. It will be much advanced, offering so many new benefits for you to enjoy. If your boiler is relatively new, a replacement boiler will not make too much difference to your home, as new technology will not be too different.
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