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New fixed price boiler scheme launched

A new ‘fixed price’ scheme offering a top quality gas boiler is now open to all West Oxfordshire households.

The new scheme not only supplies a high-rated energy-efficient boiler for £2,700, but includes installation by a qualified heating engineer

It is arranged by Green Homes Together, a community interest company backed by West Oxfordshire District Council.

Brad Hook from Green Homes Together said “Replacing a boiler is expensive so it is important that households know what the costs are upfront. Anyone contacting Green Homes Together for assistance can be assured that they will be supplied with a top quality boiler and that it will be fitted by an installation company approved by us. Being hit with surprise repair bills is never welcome and so knowing exactly how much a new boiler will cost will take the uncertainty out of it.”

He added: “Boilers account for about 55 per cent of what householders spend in a year on energy bills, so an efficient boiler makes a big difference.”

To find out more call 0300 111 3330 or visit www.greenhomestogether.org.uk. Green Homes Together can also advise about funding available for loft and cavity wall insulation.

Posted : 01/04/2015 14:24:07

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