Moving non-condensing combi boiler

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I want to move a non-condensing combi boiler to another location in my kitchen (only 2m away). I have contacted one plumber who indicated that they may not be able to do this as it would be treated as a new installation and hence would need to be a condensing boiler. Surely this can't be the case - can it?
 
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You can move it but what is it how old is it and how much has it been costing you in repairs lately and how is your hot water performance will the flue still be good for the new location if not is it still available?

You tell me something informative and I will tell you something informative.
 
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Thanks guys, I'll ring around a couple of others to get quotes now then.
Cheers
 
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We dont move old boilers these days cos it aint worth the hassle (see pauls note about availability of flues).

best to change it if your moving it IMHO

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Thanks guys, I'll ring around a couple of others to get quotes now then.
Cheers

Bo, thats not the response we hoped to hear!

If you tell us the make and model we can give you informed advice!

I suppose you are only intreased in not spending your money!
We can give you unbiased advice on the implications.

Tony
 

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