Mr. Central Heating Now Offering a New Range of Energy Efficient Boilers

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MrCentralHeating.co.uk, a leading online and in-store seller of plumbing supplies, heaters, boilers, radiators and other accessories, recently introduced a new range of energy efficient boilers.

Mr Central Heating, a leading online and in-store seller of boilers, radiators, plumbing supplies and home heating accessories, is now offering a wide range of energy efficient boilers for its customer base in the UK. The new range of energy efficient boilers and accessories is swiftly becoming popular among a growing portion of environmentally conscious consumers. For the past four decades, the store has been offering the most efficient and quality products, recently adding a list of “green boilers” to its online catalogue.

Apart from new boilers that are energy-efficient, the provider is also offering accessories like boiler change packs, pump meters as well as channel programmers that reduce consumption of electricity. Energy-efficient combi boilers on the website are proving to be one of the most popular products as they are reducing power expenses and are available at affordable pricing starting from a modest £1,000. The website is also offering a combination or package deal on heating supplies that have received the green flag.

Some of the boiler brands that are being featured include the likes of Vaillant, Domicondens, Vokera and Worcester. Accessories are also proving to be popular among shoppers at the website. For consumers with existing boilers, the store is offering a range of boiler change packs for different sizes and models starting at a modest price range of £900. Boiler change packs from Baxi Platinum boilers are currently featured on the website which is offering a ten year warranty on every product.

To deal with to the heating needs of individual homes, the online store is also offering assistance in picking the right radiator. The BTU Calculator function recently added on the website considers essential details of the consumer’s home. Essential factors like the room type, size of the home, types of windows and the dimensions of the room can accurately provide the BTU i.e. British Thermal Unit. This number helps decide the ideal radiator for a home. The final results are published in terms of watt usage as well as BTU per hour. The BTU Calculator on the website is becoming increasingly popular with buyers who use this easily navigable feature to choose the most ideal option from the online catalogue.

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