Central heating is a long-term investment; the average homeowner spends £9,000 on their heating system over the course of their lifetime. And the average property in England will require the installation of at least three new boilers over the course of its lifetime – so it’s worth taking out any free boiler replacements while you can.

The best time to install central heating is during the autumn and spring months, when there are greater demands on your boiler and when it’s cheaper to run a boiler than pay for gas. However, if you’re having problems with your boiler or want to extend its lifespan and save money on your bills, you should consider installing central heating in summer too.

It costs more upfront for a new installation than it does to run an old boiler, but once it’s running properly and you’ve got your energy costs under control, you won’t even notice this extra expense!

Central heating is a system of pipes, radiators and other equipment that transfers heat from the hot water boiler (or more commonly an electric immersion heater) to your home via a network of pipes and radiators.

The hot water from the boiler passes through a heat exchanger, where it is cooled and then mixed with hot water from another source, usually from an external radiator or boiler. The combined temperature of this mixture is then transferred to the radiators in your home via the pipes in your loft space or under floorboards.

A central heating system makes it possible for you to control your own temperature and comfort level at all times of the day and night, which means you can get on with your day’s activities without having to worry about how cold or hot it feels in your house. You can also adjust how much heat you want at any given time by turning down or up the thermostat on your heating controls – perfect if you’re trying to keep costs down while still ensuring that you get adequate levels of warmth throughout the day/night cycle!

The cost of central heating is based on the size of your home and how much you use it. The cost of central heating may be more than you expect, but it’s worth it. You can save money by choosing a cheaper model or using one that’s less energy-efficient, but this could also mean your home won’t be as warm as it should be. If you have pets, they can be very destructive to pipes and radiators so make sure you keep them away from them when you’re having repairs done and that they don’t chew on them!