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Video Boiler Quote

If you don't have time for a home survey we can provide you with a quote following a video survey

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How It Works

  • 1. Visit this page from your mobile & connect to our Live Video chat for an instant boiler quote.
  • 2. Show us the layout of your home and what kind of boiler you want (eg straight Combi swap), and get an estimate straight away ? no need to book in a survey.


We want to make sure that you get the right boiler for your home and simply asking you to fill out a form on a web page answering a few questions won’t allow us to do that for you.

Ask any reputable heating engineer and they’ll back me up on this, but using an online company in this way is a risk because it can lead to the wrong boiler being installed in your home.

This can mean one of 2 things. Either the boiler won’t be powerful enough for your hot water requirements or it will be overkill which will mean your energy bills will be higher than necessary – plus you’ll be adding excess emissions into the atmosphere. We don’t like that.

So, what this means is, that to get the best boiler fitted in your property you’ll really need to have a home survey carried out.

Video Chat – iPhone Video Chat – WhatsApp
Look at your boiler – at a distance so we can see where it is, clearances etc. Check the flue outside Look underneath the boiler to see if we can see the data badge – then we know the size of the boiler etc. See the controls See the room stat See the programmers Pipework configuration around and under the boiler Look at the cylinder or hot water tank Look in the airing cupboard Look at the gas meter – a lot of boilers need 22mm supply. We may need to upgrade the gas supply if there are too many appliances running on 15mm look at the CWST in the loft. We need to see the state of the tank or how easy it is to get to if we are upgrading to a combi. How many radiators How many showers (electric doesn’t count) Look at drain – if the boiler is in the kitchen or on an outside wall it’s easy to punch a hole and run the condensate outside. Alternatively, you can also connect into a waste pipe under the sink or into the soil stack. May need a condense pump if the boiler is lower than the drain.

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