Stop pouring money down the plughole

It’s a simple fact: if you have a combination boiler, you’ll be pouring water and money down the plughole every time you wait for your boiler to heat up. Whether you’re running a shower, rinsing the dishes or washing your hands, the plain truth is that all this wasted water is adding to your utility bills.

With 25% of an average household energy bill spent heating water (Energy Saving Trust), using less hot water (particularly while waiting for it to get to the right temperature) will save you money on your utility bills – even if you’re not on a water meter.

Tests and customer testimonials indicate CombiSmart can save around £100 every year if on a water meter, and around £35 a year if not. What’s more, if you’re boiler is running on pre-heat mode, then CombiSmart can save you around £80 a year.

CombiSmart is patented, WRAS approved and is being used by more than 70 Housing Associations and Local Authorities around the UK. If that’s not testament enough, we have letters from leading boiler manufacturers including Worcester-Bosch, Vaillant, Ideal and GlowWorm, stating that CombiSmart will not affect a boiler’s warranty (at minimum flow rate 3 litres per minute).

CombiSmart is suitable for most combi boilers - see our list of compatible boilers.

About CombiSmart

The patented CombiSmart is brought to you by Save Water Save Money Limited, a company whose single minded proposition is to promote water efficiency to households and small businesses throughout the UK. Since we started in 2007, Save Water Save Money has distributed over 2.5 million water saving devices on behalf of 20 Water Companies, saving a cumulative total of more than 35 billion litres of water.

CombiSmart is a simple device to install in your home or small business, provided you have a suitable and compatible combi boiler. CombiSmart has no kinks or bends – just a straightforward inline design to make it easy to fit within existing pipework, without needing to make any adjustments. It means that CombiSmart can fit within the smallest spaces, just being slightly wider than the pipe itself. Your installer will simply cut a section of pipework and attach CombiSmart, usually in no more than 15 minutes.

Once you’ve had CombiSmart fitted to your combi boiler, you won’t have to do anything further. It really is a fit & forget device. You will notice a reduction in hot water flow when you first turn on your hot water tap or the shower. This is normal. CombiSmart is simply holding back the hot water to a lower flow, until it reaches the desired temperature of 43 degrees centigrade.

Once this temperature is met, CombiSmart releases the water so that it flows at the rate you’re used to. And that’s all you notice. As well as the lower water and gas bills.