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How to choose the best boiler for your home?

Are you thinking of buying a new boiler to save money? For environmental reasons? For your own comfort? Follow our tips for choosing the best boiler for your home.

Depending on where you plan to install your boiler, the size of the system will be determined by your budget and your needs: Boilers can be wall-mounted, floor-mounted, etc. It’s also important to consider the layout of the chimney.

What is the size of your boiler?

Depending on the size of the structure and the amount of hot water you need, you will need to estimate the boiler capacity. Today’s boilers are more efficient than those of 20 years ago in terms of output. If you have recently upgraded the insulation in your home, or if you have installed a wood or pellet stove in the meantime, you may need to re-evaluate your actual heating and power requirements.

An efficient boiler will save you money and reduce your carbon footprint. Boilers that operate at lower temperatures, such as condensing boilers, have a higher initial investment, but are more cost effective to operate.

What is the best type of fuel to use?

If you have a large home or are environmentally conscious, you have several options: pellet boilers, wood boilers, oil boilers and gas boilers.

Various factors, such as the cost of oil and the likelihood of price increases, are taken into account in the final decision.

Which hot water heating system should I use in my home?

The number of people living in the house, the amount of water they use and the level of comfort they want are all factors that determine the amount of hot water needed. The combination boiler heats both the radiators and the water in the sink or shower. There are many advantages to having a separate boiler. The boiler that uses thermodynamics is quite economical. Water heating systems can benefit from free and ecological solar energy.

How much does it cost to install a new boiler?

In your evaluation, you should consider both the initial expense and the ongoing expense. Be sure to get a complete quote for your new heating system, including the cost of different options, removal and disposal of your old boiler, etc.

Would you like personalized advice on choosing your new boiler? Feel free to request a quote on our website.