When people think of buying a new boiler from a plumber, they often worry about the boiler maintenance and service costs that come along with it. But you should also know that there is a way for you to avoid such costs. You only need to think in a modern way. Nowadays, when people think of buying a new vehicle, the most popular method of doing it is by leasing. But if you think this is only possible with vehicles, then you might be surprised to find out that you can also do the same with boilers. In today’s modern age, you do not have to buy a boiler to have one; you can just ‘hire’ it. Right now, there are a few companies that specialize in this type of service.
If you are wondering how leasing boilers work, you should know that the process is quite simple.
First, the homeowners would have to agree to pay a monthly fee of about $37 in a span of 12 years, which may sound like too long for you to be paying, but for that monthly fee, you will be given a brand new boiler system coupled with an upgraded heating system for you to use. And the best part of it all is that there is no upfront charge.
If you would think about it, this is probably better than having to buy a brand new boiler. When you purchase a new boiler, you would also face the responsibility of paying $444 in repayment fees in the first year alone. This would then increase by 3% in the succeeding years. Aside from that, you would have to deal with the service and repair fees that come with that responsibility. By ‘hiring’ a boiler, you would be rid of those responsibilities.
How is that possible?
Well, when you lease a boiler, the contract would then come with a year-round after-care service and through it; you are guaranteed to have the boilers serviced annually. If you fear that the boilers aren’t durable enough to last the 12 years, do not fear. The boilers, if ever they don’t last for 12 years, will be replaced by the company.