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, similarly to other boilers we install, the vast majority of Worcester Bosch boilers available, come with a ten year warranty. Giving you peace of mind when it comes to your central heating system and hot water output.
To ensure your warranty remains valid, ensure you have your boiler serviced annually. iHeat can help arrange this for you!
Worcester Bosch produces several different types of boilers, with combi boilers being some of the most popular. If you are looking for a highly efficient, reliable combi boiler, we would recommend taking a look at the Worcester Bosch Range.
If you are interested in purchasing a brand new Worcester boiler, fill out a few details for us today for a free, fixed price boiler quote. We understand the world of boiler installations can be a little daunting - so feel free to give our friendly team a call today on 0333 305 6880.
We are all taking our effect on the environment more seriously, and boiler efficiency levels can play a huge part in protecting our environment and saving on heating bills. If you want to ensure your central heating output is at an appropriate level, whilst also keeping an eye on your carbon footprint, a Worcester Boiler could be the perfect option for you. A range of the combi, regular and system boilers we can install from Worcester Bosch come with an A-Rated efficiency rating, meaning you won’t ever have to spend extra unnecessary money, and may actually save you money in the long run, compared to an older boiler.
When buying a new boiler, one of the most difficult decisions you have is deciding which size boiler is right for you and your home. The difference in requirements for your boiler may differ considerably depending on whether you live in a medium sized home or a large detached house for example. With different kilowatt options on most of the boilers we install, we have written some handy guides to help you make the best decision on which unit is right for you, from our extensive range.
For guides on specific house sizes, take a look at the following articles: