A boiler replacement will vary depending on what your current boiler system is, and what system you would like once the new boiler is fitted.
If it is just a straight forward boiler replacement, e.g a combi boiler coming out and a new combi boiler being fitted then this will usually be completed in a day. Most of the pipe work will already be in place (as long as it is in good condition). It may need a gas upgrade & a new condense pipe run if they are not already there. This should be picked up on a survey.
If you are having the system power flushed then this will be 2 days. A power flush itself will take a day, although you will not be without central heating or hot water over night. The same will apply for a heat only boiler and a system boiler swap.
If you are converting the system from a gravity fed boiler system (with a cylinder and tanks in the loft) this will usually take between 2-4 days. Although it will depend on how many engineers are working on the job.
If you are having the cylinder changed, you should allow another day’s labour as well as the boiler installation itself.
Other factors that could affect the time scale of a boiler replacement are:
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