An Efficient Central Heating System Can Add 10% To The Value Of A Property

Having an efficient central heating system installed in a home can increase its value by as much as 10% according to Boilerguide, the UK’s leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler-related issues.

Having an efficient boiler or heating system already in place is of great value, both to home owners who may be looking to sell a property, and also to any parties interested in purchasing it. The initial home owners stand to profit from the property’s improved value, whilst any buyers will not need to worry about the implications of having to organise a boiler replacement, and are also able to start making savings from its efficiency from day one.

The advance of the digital age has resulted in organising work on a home become much easier and almost stress free. Online directories of heating engineers such as Boilerguide have made it possible to retrieve quotes for work from local tradesmen at the click of a button. Additionally, the recommendation system means that home owners no longer need to worry about being on the receiving end of poor quality workmanship, as they can see each engineers rating from past customers.

David Holmes, founder of Boilerguide.co.uk, commented: “The installation of a newer, more efficient central heating system can do wonders for the market cost of a property, and can often add far more value to a home than the actual cost of any new installations.

“Home owners should also take into consideration which heating system will better suit their home, for example combi boilers are better suited to smaller homes with fewer bathrooms, as they provide hot water on demand.”

Boilerguide.co.uk is host to a plethora of resources and information about boilers and heating issues, from pages specifically related to the various brands of central heating boilers, to more generic information regarding which boiler is better suited to which type of home.

For more information, please visit Boilerguide.co.uk.