How easy is it to install a CombiSave?

How easy is it to install a CombiSave?

If someone offered you the chance to save money, save time and help the environment, with minimum effort, it would be a no-brainer to do it, right? For the average homeowner, one simple device easily installed into your home could achieve all that with no fuss or great expense — truly living up to the old adage that “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”.

The CombiSave device might sound too good to be true, but the award-winning British innovation is something that definitely lives up to the hype!

How does it work?

The CombiSave helps to reduce the amount of water and gas used in the initial heating process, even in a brand new A-Class boiler; it can save you up to 28 hours a year in wasted time, hundreds of pounds a year on your utility bills and reduce the CO2 emissions created by your home!

A device designed to be quick and easy to install

The CombiSave can be installed on to your existing pipework close to the combi-boiler in just 30 minutes by your plumber. It’ll only take one appointment from your plumber to have it fitted, creating minimal disruption in your day-to-day life.

With the CombiSave you just ‘Fit and forget’

After the installation by your plumber, that’s it! The CombiSave is specifically designed to be a “fit and forget” device that fits into your home and can be left to look after itself, without the need for you to do anything further.

How does the CombiSave work?

The device restricts the flow of water until it has reached the required heat, potentially saving 28,000 litres of water each year and plenty of gas — some people have saved as much as £250 per year with it!

What’s the science behind it?

Imagine your boiler currently takes just over a minute to heat your water to a usable 45 degrees and ten litres runs through it in that time.

By comparison, a CombiSave would slow the flow of water to three litres a minute while taking 40 seconds for the water to warm up — you’re saving substantial amounts of water and heating time, which adds up to plenty of money each year.

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