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How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?

7 Answers

Answered by BoilerOne

29th May 2019

BoilerOne answered the question "How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?"

The cost of installing an unvented cylinder would vary massively depending on what your current system is. As a guide to swap an old vented system would cost approx £2500, It is important that the pressure and flow are checked prior to installing an unvented cylinder and therefore a new upgraded mains incoming may be required. BoilerOne recommend you consult a heating engineer with an unvented qualification to install your cylinder.

Answered by iGas Heating Ltd

31st March 2019

iGas Heating Ltd answered the question "How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?"

This depends on many different factors What size cylinder What brand cylinder Ease of installation There are brands at the expensive end of the scale, such as Megaflo, which will cost considerably more than perhaps a Joule Unvented cylinder There are certain regulations that have to be adhered to, which can add to the cost. Always use a qualified installer

Answered by A.D. Energy

30th March 2019

A.D. Energy answered the question "How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?"

This can all depend on the install needed. Is your mains water flow, pressure and size sufficient? An upgraded mains water supply may be needed. A cylinder can cost between £400 and £1000. Is the cylinder going to be direct or indirect? A specialist can help you further an advise what is needed.

Answered by Fortune And Co Plumbing and Heating Ltd

1st March 2019

Fortune And Co Plumbing and Heating Ltd answered the question "How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?"

Unvented cylinder replacement. the size and brand of the unvented cylinder you choose is going to have a huge bearing on the overall cost. A cylinder could cost anywhere from £500-£1000 and cost associated with labor will be £300-£500 depending on the ease of the install. The maximum price your looking at to get a new Unvented cylinder is round £800 for a basic cylinder or up to £1500 for top rang unvented cylinder.

Answered by Prenton plumbing service Ltd

22nd February 2019

Prenton plumbing service Ltd answered the question "How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?"

Installation of an unvented cylinder is dependent on 1. property and end user requirements 2. Current system 3. Modifications or required upgrades 4. Location 5. Suitability There are obviously various different manufacturers selection of which will affect price An estimated cost be £2250 upwards dependant on above

Answered by younique Plumbing Ltd T/A as Tim Reynolds Plumbing, Heating & Gas

22nd February 2019

younique Plumbing Ltd T/A as Tim Reynolds Plumbing, Heating & Gas answered the question "How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?"

The cost here can vary a fair bit depending on what is required to fit it correctly, for example how easily it is to install a discharge pipe to outside with a constant fall on it. If the cylinder is near an outside wall, it’s often not too hard. If it’s in the middle of a house, often more difficult, time consuming and therefore more expensive. Typically about £2250-2750 would be a good estimate to supply and install an invented cylinder as an upgrade from a vented cylinder.

Answered by PipeDream Plumbing

11th February 2019

PipeDream Plumbing answered the question "How much does it cost to install an unvented cylinder?"

On average around £2,300 for a complete new installation. But there is many things to factor in which affect the price of installation. Unvented cylinders start at around £400 for a small cylinder and can go upward to around £2,000 just for the cylinder alone. The location of the installation also plays a big part on the price, if the cylinder is going in an airing cupboard in the middle of the house, the prv terminations need to be suitably terminated according to regulations.

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