Welcome to the Boiler Installation Calculator
We’ve built this free-to-use tool to help you get indicative costs of a new installed boiler. The calculations are based on a mid-range boiler and average installation costs – depending on your unique requirement.
We ask a range of questions in order to calculate a price tailored to your situation. Please remember that this is an indicative price and you will still need to get quotes from an approved installer before any work is carried out.
Here’s the background on the questions we ask throughout the calculator…
This will impact both the size and type of boiler you need e.g. a Conventional boiler needs a large storage tank and hot water cylinder, so it’s usually not suitable for smaller homes.
No of Bedrooms
This gives an indication of the size of the area to be heated. The more bedrooms you have, the higher the output needed.
No of Bathrooms
If you have more than one bathroom you may need a boiler with a hot water storage cylinder to cope with the higher hot water demand.
The price of installation will be affected by what’s in place now; a like for like replacement will be cheaper than introducing an entirely new system.
What type of boiler do you require
The complexity of the installation will impact the price e.g. a Conventional system includes a storage tank and water cylinder as well as the boiler, whereas a Combi boiler is a single unit.
No of radiators
The more radiators the boiler needs to supply the more powerful it needs to be. If installing TRVs (Thermostatic Radiator Valves) on all radiators this will also increase the cost.
Do you require a Powerflush
It’s highly recommended that an installer performs a Powerflush on your system before installing the new boiler to avoid the new system being contaminated by sludge and debris from the old. An engineer will connect a pump to your central heating system and push special chemicals through the pipes, boiler and radiators.
Do you require a Magnatec Filter
A Magnatec Filter is an optional component that attracts and collects metallic debris in the system, prevents blockages and can lengthen your boiler’s life.