Boiler ErP stands for Energy-related Products and is a directive from the European Union that sets minimum efficiency standards for certain types of boilers sold in the European Union. This directive was made to lower the Energy usage of home appliances and decrease the effect on the environment. Boiler ErP-compliant boilers must meet specific minimum efficiency standards calculated by SEDBUK.
The ERP (Energy Related Products) directive is formed to give customers clear and accessible information on the energy efficiency of their buying products and how this can influence their energy bills. For instance, appliances are given energy efficiency ratings, ranging from G to A (A+++ for specific types of appliances), with higher alphabetical ratings demonstrating higher levels of energy efficiency.
Previously, SEDBUK (Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers) ratings were used to measure the energy efficiency of boilers. Nonetheless, the ErP directive has replaced chiefly this for modern appliances. Still, some producers use SEDBUK ratings and a similar alphabetical classification system.
How to check your ERP rating on your boiler?
How can boiler efficiency save you money?
Boiler efficiency can save money by lowering the Energy needed to heat your home. More efficient boilers will use less Energy, which can lead to lower energy bills. Additionally, efficient boilers are designed to last longer. Thus you will only need to replace them occasionally.
What are the benefits of upgrading to a new energy-efficient boiler?
How to get a new boiler quote?
You can get your free new energy efficiency quote by contacting xbg Plumbing and Heating. We offer various energy-efficient boilers to satisfy your home heating requirements. Please call us on 01903 536 502 to get started.