• How Does Swyft Energy Boiler Replacements Work?

  • How It Works

    At Swyft Energy we have created a new, easier way to install a high-efficiency boiler at a fair price.

     

    We only install A-rated, energy-efficient boilers and are happy to advise you on the best boiler for your home and budget. Our boilers come with a parts and labour warranty of up to 10 years.

     

    Our customer success team will guide you through the grant application process and advise you on our flexible payment plans. When we say we manage your boiler installation from start to finish, we mean it!

     

    With Swyft Energy you will have the peace of mind of knowing that your new boiler has been installed by an RGII registered and SEAI certified installer.

    How Swyft Energy Works:

    Get an boiler replacement cost estimate

    Step 1

    Instant Estimate

     

    Why call multiple installers to receive an estimate when you can answer a few simple questions using the Swyft Energy boiler calculator and get a detailed estimate in seconds!

     

    Each estimate includes installation options, grant information and product details. It has never been easier to receive an accurate estimate for your boiler installation.

    A registered RGI will advice you on your boiler replacement

    Step 2

    Your Quote

    To confirm your price, a Swyft Energy engineer will carry out a survey of your current home heating system.

     

    Instead of waiting in for an installer at a time that suits them, we have pioneered the use of video surveys using easy-to-use apps such as WhatsApp, so you can choose a time that suits you and your busy schedule.

     

    If video calls are not for you, we can send an engineer to visit your home to finalise the price.

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    Step 3

    Choose Your Boiler

    We'll provide a quote for a boiler installation package tailored to your home including any grants and carbon credits available.

     

    Confirm an installation date with our team and we’ll take care of everything including sending step by step instructions on how to apply for grants.

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    Step 4

    Decide How You Want To Pay

    Choose to pay a deposit upfront and the remainder on the day of the installation, or spread the cost of your boiler replacement over 2 - 3 years with our finance partners Flexi-Fi.

    What to do when your heating isn't working

    Step 5

    Enjoy Your Energy Efficient Home

    Your RGII registered installer will arrive on the date you chose to install your high-efficiency boiler. Once complete, we will send your boiler warranty while you sit back and relax knowing you have just installed a reliable and efficient heating system.

  • What Customers Are Saying About Swyft Energy:

    ★★★★★

    I would definitely recommend Swyft Energy for any boiler replacement. They were efficient, professional and neat and tidy. Very helpful with enquiries as regards grant, finance and overall understanding of my heating needs. Well done guys!

     

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    ★★★★★

    Was very pleased with the work and how fast and clean it was. The team was very easy to deal with and was very good answering any question I had would highly recommend these guys for any work you need to get done.


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    ★★★★★

    Having used Swyft Energy to replace my boiler I would most definitely recommend them to anyone. They made the entire process easy and hassle free from start to finish. They also use local workmen. I will definitely use them again without hesitation.

     

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  • Request A Callback

    Have questions about your boiler replacement? Request a callback from our team of boiler experts.

    Swyft Energy

    The Rubicon Centre,

    Bishopstown, Cork, T12 P928

     

    The LINC Centre,

    Blanchardstown, Dublin, D15 YV78

     

    Monday - Sunday 9:00 AM - 11.30 PM

     

    p: +353 21 492 89 33

    p: +353 1 504 211

    e: hi@swyftenergy.ie

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Swyft Energy collects personal data for many reasons through a number of channels including from third parties, including other energy suppliers and credit reference agencies to make a decision about the payment methods or other arrangements we offer you - primarily to provide you with a service. To the extent that Swyft Energy collects personal data from you in the course of providing services to you, Swyft Energy will process such personal data in accordance with Data Protection Legislation, to administer your account, to provide our services and products and to comply with our duties under applicable law. The purposes for which your personal data is collected are described below, along with a brief description of how your personal data may be handled in each case.

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Assessment of Customer Preferences and Account History. Our systems assess customer profiles such as payment preferences, online account preferences, payment history, contract duration, services delivered, contact history, website visits, sign up behaviour/channel etc.  in order to assess customer loyalty for marketing or contract renewal purposes to determine what services or special offers or, where available, customer rewards, may be of interest to certain customers. Profiling may result in customers being offered different customer rewards or rewards of different value or may result in customers being specifically contacted (in accordance with any consents given) to be informed of our service offerings or contract renewal options. Any customer may contact our service desk at any time to enquire about our latest offers or contract renewal options.

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We will retain your personal data only for as long as is required only for so long as is required to administer your account. Your data is archived for period of 7 years post termination of your contract following which it is destroyed unless we are otherwise required by law to retain it for a longer period or where required to protect or enforce our legal rights. The personal details are then destroyed unless we are legally obliged to retain the data and/or transmit it to a regulatory or government authority.

You may request a copy of, or notify us of any changes to, your personal data by writing to us at the address set out below and in accordance with our obligations under Data Protection Legislation; we will update or delete your personal data accordingly. Any such data subject requests may be subject to a prescribed fee. [Data subject rights include Right to withdraw consent, right of data portability, right to object to legitimate interests, right to complain to ODPC/OIC regulators.]

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 Swyft Energy Privacy Policy 02.03.18