The contemporary and simple to use control for your central heating and hot water
Operates in perfect harmony with Vaillant boilers due to modulating technology
Effortless usability to enable you to control your heating system with ease
Choose between wired and wireless controls
The sensoHOME control has been designed with simplicity in mind with intuitive features to make controlling your heating system with ease. It comes with wired and wireless options and communicates with your boiler to adapt its energy consumption depending on what you need.
Effortless operation – the touch interface provides a simplistic method of navigating the control to undertake simple tasks.
Choose from a range of programmes – the sensoHOME has programming options for 7 days, weekdays and weekends or 24-hour time periods, making it easy for you to create your comfort zone.
Reduce your energy bills – the sensoHOME will ensure your Vaillant appliance will run in the most efficient way possible, using the minimum energy to get the temperature you want and saving you money.
Flexible control – the simple menu and override functions allow you to quickly boost the heating and hot water whenever you need.
Comfort and control wherever you are – the sensoAPP* makes it easy for you to control heating and hot water anytime, anywhere. So, if you’re going to be late home, you can delay your heat coming on so you’re not heating an empty house.
The 2013 Boiler Scrappage Scheme was a government programme to encourage homeowners to replace old, inefficient central heating boilers by giving a voucher towards the cost of a new boiler. Despite the government 2013 Boiler Scrappage Scheme closing in England and Wales, Samsian Ltd are continuing with their own scrappage allowance on all new boiler installations carried out from 1st January 2020.
When offering a Vaillant boiler for example, depending on the model of appliance you are replacing our scrappage allowance is typically between £100 to £300 – This will be shown clearly on your written quotation.
‘Why scrap my old boiler?’
Boilers can account for around 60% of what you spend in a year on energy bills, so an efficient boiler makes a big difference. Replacing an old gas boiler with an A-rated high-efficiency condensing boiler and improving your heating controls can significantly cut your home’s carbon dioxide emissions and could save you as much as £300 a year.
Want to know how much you could save? use our free quote tool to get an idea how much a new boiler from Samsian Ltd will cost.
For more information, contact Samsian Ltd on 01732 885882
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Best boiler to fit 2020, ok what is the best boiler to fit in my home 2020? There are several leading boiler manufacturers serving the UK market at present, all offering exceptional warranties which is generally considered the benchmark for quality. So whats the best boiler ?
All new central heating boilers fitted in the UK must now be condensing boilers, this is not to be confused with ‘combination boilers’.
Condensing boilers are A-rated and around 90% efficiency ratings, compared to older style boilers, which can be as low as 60% efficient.
The 3 common types of condensing boilers
Regular condensing boilers heat hot water which is generally stored it in a hot water cylinder.
System condensing boilers operate similarly to Regular boilers, but with some heating and hot water component built in
Combination (combi) boilers produce instant hot water and central heating separately. There is no requirement for a hot water cylinder with this type of boiler.
The best boiler for you of 2020
Samsian Ltd – What is the best boiler to fit in my home 2020. The type and size of your new boiler will depend on several factors such as the size of your home, the heating and hot water requirement, incoming water pressure to name only a few. If you’re unsure which boiler is right for you, get in touch with us by calling 01732-885882 or send us an email using our quick contact form. If you’re a tweeter you can also reach us on Twitter @samsiangas.