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Oil fired heating

Innocence80 Aug 28, 2013

  1. Innocence80

    Innocence80 Member

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    I am going to view a property that has oil fired heating and was wondering if anyone else has a property with this and if so, how much does it cost you? I'm aware that it costs a lot more than gas I just want to get a rough idea. Thanks
     
  2. gen.heinz guderian

    gen.heinz guderian Well-Known Member

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    Hi Kat,it depends on how well the property is insulated /double glazing etc,how big house is, how old the boiler is. After 2007 all boilers should be A rated condensing boilers at least 97.3% efficient.
    If it has a Combi boiler ,they are nothing but trouble.
    Running costs probably 700-1500 a year .
     
  3. Innocence80

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    Without seeing it I don't know what type of boiler it is or whether it's A rated or not, I'm hoping that it is. The house is a 3 bed cottage, semi detached. I would like it to be nearer the £700 mark but assuming it won't be :( I've had a mess around with some quotes and I'm looking at about £650 for 1000 litres, does this sound right?
     
  4. gen.heinz guderian

    gen.heinz guderian Well-Known Member

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    Try boilerjuice.com ,price doesnt seem too bad.
     
  5. Innocence80

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    Thanks hun, reading the advert it does say that its oil fired central heating with an open fire in the lounge, does this make a difference? when I know more about the heating system, then I will update this post.
     

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