Full Central Heating Installations
Have you recently purchased a home or having your dream home built? Are you looking for a new central heating installation or to replace old electric storage heaters? RCS (Halifax) Ltd has over 25 years experience installing full central heating systems in homes and light commercial properties.
New installation of central heating systems
We are experienced heating engineers and we are Gas Safe Registered. It is a legal requirement to be on the Gas Safe Register in order to work with boilers. Take a look on the Gas Safe Register List.
We are experienced in working with many types of boilers for buildings such as homes, schools, churches, offices and many more.
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Request a quote from RCS (Halifax) Ltd for a full central heating installation. If you are looking to service or repair an existing boiler please visit our Boiler Service and Repairs page for more information.
Why should I install a new central heating system?
There are many reasons to have a full central heating system installed. You may have old radiators that feel hot but don’t heat the rooms properly. You have had an extension to your house and you now require a better performing boiler along with new radiators.
A new boiler will typically last you 10 years. It will also save you money on household energy bills. And a new boiler will heat up your home more efficiently.
How much will my new central heating system cost?
A typical new central heating installation with a combination boiler and radiators (including pipework) in a 2 storey house will cost around £3,000. If you need a hot water cylinder or have a larger house with more bathrooms, then it will cost more.
RCS (Halifax) Ltd can also just install new radiators and pipework leaving your boiler as it is. Get in touch if you need help and advice.
How long will a new central heating system take?
A typical central heating installation will take 5 to 7 days. As mentioned already, if you have a larger home with more bedrooms and bathrooms, then it could take longer. How long it will take to install a central heating system also depends on the heating controls you have selected for each room in the property.
Do I need a hot water cylinder?
A combination boiler is more cost effective for smaller properties. But if you have a larger home with more people and many bathrooms, then you may need to consider a hot water cylinder.
A hot water cylinder will generate hot water ready for instant use. Whereas a combination boiler has to heat water up from the cold water mains.
You need to make sure you get the right size hot water cylinder for your property, or you will run out of hot water too quickly or have too much and higher energy bills than you need.