How our Boiler Comparison Service Works
Compare local boiler installers in under 60 seconds.
Complete Our simple Form
Tell us about your boiler requirements by filling out our simple web form above in under 60 seconds.
We get quotes from suppliers
We gather quotes from local gas safe boiler installers for you to compare.
You compare quotes and save
You compare quotes from local boiler installers and save up to 54% on your new boiler.
We’re 100% Independent. We Work To Get You The Best Possible Deal
We’re not owned by a boiler company.
We’re totally independent, so we can compare retailers and offer the best deals direct to you.
Not only can we give you the best deals on a boiler, we will also connect you to our network of Gas Safe, trusted installers.
That’s why we’re a leading comparison site in the UK’s home improvement sector.
The Different Types of Boiler We Help You Compare
Whatever type of boiler you are looking for we’re able to help. We will find a local gas safe approved installer within out network who will be able to help you with your requirements.
Hello, we’re HomeSage!
We were founded in 2020 by Andy and Wes. They had noticed that people were often struggling to make a well-informed decision about the purchase of a new boiler.
So they set up HomeSage with two main aims.
Firstly, to provide accurate information and independent advice – fast – so consumers can compare their options and find out which boilers will work best for them, at the best price.
Secondly, to help consumers compare local gas safe boiler installers to make sure they get the best deal. Whether they’re looking for a gas, LPG or oil boiler, combi boilers, system boilers or regular boilers, we help them compare quotes.
Frequently Asked Questions
The average cost of a new, gas-powered combi boiler in the UK is currently £1,098. For more information on the costs of different types of boiler you can read our post here.
Our service is completely free for consumers and always will be.
Replacing a boiler usually takes between 1 and 5 days. As with any home improvement or maintenance, there are best-case and worst-case scenarios. Generally speaking. You can read more here.
Simply put, the more hot water and heat you need, the higher the kW boiler you will have to get. Here is a chart showing you how bigger boiler you will need based on your house size.