An oil fired boiler is a type of heating boiler that burns oil as a source of heat. This type of system is most often used in commercial or industrial applications, but it can also be found in residential homes that have been converted from older systems or are looking for ways to cut their energy bills without sacrificing comfort.

What is oil-fired boiler?

Oil-fired boilers are a type of boiler that uses oil as its primary fuel source. They are widely used in residential and commercial applications. Oil fired boilers can be used to generate heat for homes and businesses, or for industrial purposes such as heating manufacturing plants.

Oil fired hot water boilers use a variety of fuels including but not limited to: diesel oil, kerosene, light oil, or heavy fuel oils which all burn very hot (1000°C). Because of their high combustion temperatures, they produce more energy than other types of fuel sources however they also require more maintenance than other types of heating systems such as electric radiators because the high temperature requires regular cleaning to prevent corrosion from occurring inside pipes running through them.

How do oil fired boilers work?

Oil-fired boilers are similar to gas-fired boilers, but they use oil as a fuel source instead of natural gas. The oil is burned inside a burner compartment where it’s mixed with air and ignited by an electric spark igniter or pilot light flame to produce heat.

Oil-fired boilers have been used to heat and provide domestic hot water since the early 20th century. They can also be used for space heating applications.

How much does it cost to replace an oil-fired boiler?

If you want to replace an oil-fired boiler or any other type of boiler, you first need to get a quote. The cost of a new boiler depends on the size and efficiency of the model you purchase. New models can be pretty expensive with prices ranging from £1,000 to £10,000 but this doesn’t mean that it has to break the bank for you – indeed for some homeowners, a new boiler could save them money in the long run!

There are many benefits associated with replacing an old inefficient boiler such as:

Improved comfort levels as there will be less heat loss through radiators and better temperature control due to more efficient operation;

Lower energy bills thanks to improved efficiency;

Conclusion

In conclusion, oil fired boilers are an excellent option for your home. They’re efficient, cost-effective, and easy to maintain. If you have any questions or need more information on oil-fired boilers, please contact us. We would happily answer your questions in person or over the phone: +86 18623915479!