0% finance on Worcester Bosch boiler installations with an outrageous
10 year warranty

‘Based in Huddersfield and covering the whole of West Yorkshire, we offer guaranteed customer satisfaction with our enviable standards and reputation’

Why buy a Worcester Bosch boiler from Metro eco?

Worcester Bosch Accredited Installers

Massive 10 Year Warranties

Unbeatable 24/7 Customer Service

Engineers Local to you

Long Established

Flexible payment options



Being a Worcester approved installer allows Metro to offer its customers unbeatable quality with Worcester Bosch boilers and 10 years of peace of mind with FREE manufacturer backed warranties. As qualified domestic unvented hot water engineers we can also access you pressurised hot water with a Worcester Bosch Greenstore Cylinder. Worcester’s Greenstar gas boilers are highly efficient and for the sixth year running scooped Which? Best Buy for boilers. In addition, Worcester was voted the most reliable boiler brand and having the most satisfied customers among Which? members. Any Greenstar boiler purchased and installed by Metro eco is eligible for a 10 year warranty (terms and conditions apply) and we offer several payment packages from interest free to a low 9.9% apr. Whatever your requirements and circumstances Metro has the solution.

Did you know?

Why are new boilers more efficient?

Modern boilers are more efficient for several reasons, but their main advantage is that they are all condensing boilers. All well-maintained boilers burn their fuel very efficiently, but they inevitably lose some heat in the hot gases that escape up the flue. A condensing boiler has a bigger heat exchanger, so it recovers more heat, sends cooler gases up the flue and is more efficient.

Sometimes the flue gases get so cool that the water vapour in the gas condenses out (hence the name). When this happens, even more energy is recovered from the condensing vapour, and the efficiency gets higher still.

If it is time to change your boiler, then the first thing is to decide what type of boiler you need.

Your boiler is responsible for 60% of your household energy bills

You could save over £300 per year

Improved heating control

Which type of boiler do I need?

Most old gas and oil boilers are regular boilers. They have a separate hot water cylinder to store hot water, rather than providing it directly from the boiler. When you replace your boiler you have a choice of buying a new regular boiler, and keeping your hot water cylinder, or buying a combi boiler that doesn’t need a cylinder.

A regular boiler is more efficient than a combi at producing hot water in the first place, but then some heat is lost from the hot water cylinder, so a combi may be more efficient overall. The best option for you will depend on a number of factors:

Combi boilers


  • Combi boilers are the UK’s most popular type of boiler.
  • Hot water for your taps and central heating system is supplied directly from the boiler unit.
  • Ideal for smaller homes and homes with one bathroom.


  • Provides limitless hot water on demand.
  • Can be an economical option, as combi boilers only heat the water you use.
  • A great space-saving solution with no need for a separate cold water tank or hot water cylinder.
  • Installation may be quicker as there are fewer parts in a combi central heating system.


  • Depending on your mains water pressure, the flow of hot water could be reduced if you’re using more than one tap at the same time.
  • Water can sometimes take a few seconds to heat up

Conventional and System boilers


  • Conventional boilers are also known as regular or heat-only boilers.
  • They send heated water to your radiators and a hot water cylinder.
  • Better suited to larger homes, especially those with more than one bathroom.


  • Can provide hot water to more than one tap at the same time.
  • An electrical immersion heater can be fitted to the hot water cylinder as a
  • back-up, should your boiler breakdown.


  • Space is required for a hot water cylinder and a cold water tank which is usually located in the loft.
  • You’ll need programmable controls to heat the water in the cylinder, so it’s ready for when you need it.
  • Hot water is limited to the capacity of the cylinder, so if it runs out you’ll need to wait until it heats up again.



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