How it works when buying a boiler online
Our fixed prices don't change, no nasty hidden costs
Warranties available for up to 12 years on selected boilers
Unrivalled team of over 400 highly trained Gas Safe engineers
We offer a simple and stress-free way to buy your new boiler (installation included).
Fixed price, no hidden costs
Full UK network of Gas Safe engineers
Pay monthly finance solutions available
Up to 12 year warranty on selected boilers
You'll receive recommended boilers tailored to your home, along with an all-inclusive fixed-price installation package.
A local Gas Safe engineer will install your new boiler on your selected installation date, next day available.
At iHeat, like almost all of the boilers we have in stock, the Alpha boilers we have available, come with a ten year warranty. Relax knowing that in the unlikely event anything goes wrong with your new boiler, you’re covered by the manufacturer themselves.
Warranties may differ ever so slightly by individual boilers - don’t panic though, we will let you know exactly how long your warranty is during our online quote process.
To ensure your boiler warranty remains valid, you will need to have your boiler serviced annually. by a qualified Gas Safe engineer. Don’t worry, iHeat can help arrange this for you!
The most common type of boiler across homes up and down the country are combi boilers. If you are unsure as to what a combi boiler is - take a look at our helpful guide here.
Alpha have a wide range of combi boilers available, with their E-Tec range proving incredibly popular. Take a look at the range of Alpha boilers we can install for you, and feel free to give us a call if you require any more information.
Give the iHeat friendly team a call on 0333 305 6880.
If your home, or office premises, has a high demand for hot water an Alpha system boiler may be your best choice. A system boiler, works by directly providing heat to your central heating and hot water system through a storage cylinder. This kind of boiler works similarly to a conventional or standard boiler, as both types need to store hot water that can be used throughout the house. However, there are some key differences between the two.
When purchasing a new boiler, it can be difficult to choose exactly what size boiler you require. The size of the boiler you may need can differ considerably depending on the size of home you live in, and your habits with heating & hot water. With several kilowatt options on most of the boilers we stock, we have written the following guides to help you make the most informed decision possible:
For guides on specific house sizes, take a look at the following articles:
Combi boiler not for you? Worry not, a heat only, or regular boiler as they are commonly called, may be the perfect solution for you. As discussed in our Best Heat Only Boilers blog post, a heat only boiler is:
“Heat only boilers are often also known as regular boilers, open vent, or conventional boilers, as opposed to combi boilers, which are more complex and run your heating and hot water together."
Heat only (or regular) boilers provide the heat that is used in your central heating system range, and hot water stored in large cylindrical water tanks rather than shared heating and hot water. This type of boiler is more commonly found in larger properties.”
If you are interested in purchasing a brand new alpha boiler from iHeat, fill out a few details for a free, fixed price boiler quote. Alternatively, if you’d like to speak to a member of our friendly team for a quote, give us a call on 0333 305 6880.