Open today: 9am - 5pm | Call: 0141 291 5025

"> " alt="Combi Boilers Fife">

Combi Boilers Fife

A-Rated with up to 12 years warranty available. Our premium A-Rated boilers can save the average British household up to £340 per year on energy bills, and if installed with a smart thermostat, this can be upwards of £510 per year. There has never been a better time to upgrade your old inefficient boiler.

[contact-form-7 id=”6″ title=”Header Form”]

Clydebuilt Home Improvements Combi Boilers in Fife

When it comes to boilers in Scotland there has never been a better time to upgrade to a new, more energy efficient and greener combi boiler from Clydebuilt Home Improvements. We are a family-run business that are committed to providing the key elements you need to enhance your home, and with more than 100 years combined in the industry, our team has the knowledge and experience to ensure you get the very best.

A fully functioning boiler is an essential part of your home all year round to generate hot water for your taps and showers, but it is especially important in the colder months when you need the heating on too.

If you want to find out how much a new combi boiler in Scotland would cost you, we will provide a free survey visit and quotation to ensure you receive the right boiler for your home at the best price.

Gas Safe

Your Boiler Controls 60% of your Energy Bill.

Surely it should help you save money? With every boiler installed, we can install a smart thermostat that learns from you. It gets to know the temperature you like when you’re at home and turns itself down when you’re away.

It even learns how your home warms up or how draughty it is, so it only uses the energy it needs.

Advantages of a New Combi Boiler

  • Take up less space in your home, compact size

    Combi boilers are considerably smaller than a conventional boiler due to not having to store hot water like a standard boiler does. This removes the need for a big hot water cylinder in your airing cupboard and instead replaces it with a small boiler unit that can be tucked away in your kitchen or airing cupboard, allowing you to maximise the space in your home.

    Also, fitting a combi boiler will free up space in your roof or loft area as there is no need for a cold-water storage unit. Combi boilers get their supply of cold water directly from the mains. The lack of water storage units gives combi boilers the advantage when it comes to installation as well. No water storage unit means less work, disruption, and hassle when your boiler is being fitted, and it reduces the risk of pipes freezing during the winter.

  • Hot Shower

    Quick access to hot water and central heating

    As previously mentioned, with combi boilers in Scotland there is no need to wait for your water to be heated because they heat water based on demand. Therefore, combi boilers are very convenient in homes with multiple people and a higher usage of hot water. Those waiting in the queue for the bathroom behind you won’t have to wait ages for a hot water tank to fill back up. Since water can be accessed on demand, there is no risk of hot water running out like there is with a traditional boiler.

  • Safer cold water for drinking

    The cold water that is released from a combi boiler is safer for you to drink as it is fed directly from the mains. This is not always the case with conventional boiler systems, as they tend to store cold water in tanks.

  • Excellent efficiency

    Combi boilers offer impressive levels of efficiency, in fact, combi boilers are reported to be up to 90% efficient. This makes heating your home in the winter more affordable and reduces your carbon footprint so your household will become more environmentally friendly.

Call Us Today 0141 291 5025

Our Accreditations

We take quality seriously, so we’re proud that our standards are endorsed by all the relevant industry bodies and glazing associations.
Find out more about our accreditations here

  • Trustmark Logo
  • GGF logo
  • Fensa white Logo
  • ISO-9001-2015 badge white
  • Living Wage Employer

Combi Boiler FAQ’s

Due to their modern and innovative design, combi boilers have become one of the most popular types of boilers for homeowners looking for instant hot water for their taps and heat for their central heating system from one single unit. The functionality of a combi boiler eliminates the need for a separate hot water cylinder or tank in the loft, as it generates both heat for your central heating system and hot water on demand with no delay.

As with any home improvement, one of the main considerations when you are looking to install a new boiler is cost. If you have a strict budget, a combi boiler is a great option for your new boiler. This is because its main purpose is to only produce hot water when it is needed, meaning it is very economical to run as there is no excess energy being wasted.

Unfortunately not. Back boilers are now considered to be very inefficient, and some are considered dangerous, so they’re no longer replaced by our engineers. You’ll be required to have a system upgrade to an A-Rated efficient combi boiler.

Yes, we can relocate your boiler to another location within your property for an additional fee. When we complete the survey, you will be advised of this. The new location needs to be suitable to site the boiler.

A deep clean using a tailor-made chemical that removes any rust, sludge, and debris accumulated within your central heating system to maximize its efficiency.

Before buying a new boiler, it is important to check its compatibility with your home. Normally, the design of a combi boiler means it can supply hot water to the majority of standard showers. However, it is worth noting that the water demand for a modern multi-jet shower might exceed this limit. If this is the case, a pump assisted power shower will need a tank-fed system to be fitted. We can help you get the right style of boiler to suit your home and ensure you can make the most of the benefits provided by a new combi boiler.

A thorough survey of your home carried out by one of our Gas Safe registered installers will determine which boiler output you will need in your property. Also, this will be able to tell you what size boiler is required, based on the needs of your house as well as your personal preferences.

The typical lifespan of a boiler is around 10 to 15 years, but this is an average. It is possible your boiler may not last as long as this or may in fact last longer if you take care of it well and have it regularly serviced. You may decide to replace your boiler when repairs start becoming too expensive or they start to become more frequently needed. Choosing to get a new combi boiler in Scotland at this point in time will likely save you money in the long term.

Having a service annually should help you to avoid any unforeseen issues with your boiler and ensure it keeps running at maximum efficiency.

Ready for us to transform your home? Get your FREE quote today! Get my FREE quote

Join 1000’s of Satisfied Customers

Each and every customer gets a service that is second to none, find out what makes our customers so happy. See video testimonials here

  • Great service from start to finish
    Hannah our sales contact was great and explained everything no hard sell such a refreshing change.
    When the team arrived today Mark, Jason and Brendan absolutely brilliant team quick efficient no mess and did not leave until we were totally satisfied with the windows and workmanship.

    - Sheila Miller

  • Great installation experience. Everything was carried out to great satisfaction. It would be criminal to NOT give five stars. Five windows installed to my great satis faction with no mess or misdemeanours. Well done team.

    - Alexander Watson

  • Very happy with my windows installation from start to finish. Hannah our Rep was delightful, the joiners Jason and Brandon were very nice and done a great job. They finished a lot quicker than I expected and Admin team were so helpful too. Lovely, friendly firm and will definitely recommend

    - Bethany

Contact Us
Get a Quote