How can a drinking water boiler save you money?

You no longer have to wait for your kettle to boil!

Your Company could save £5,000 or even more per year

How much you drinkYour costs waiting for your kettle to boilBoiler Sense*Potential Savings
10 staff, 40 mugs a day£24.05/week£7.50/week£16.55/week
10 staff, 40 mugs a day£1250.60/year£390.00/year£860.60/year
20 staff, 80 mugs a day£2501.20/year£390.00/year£2,111.20/year
30 staff, 120 mugs a day£3751.80/year£390.00/year£3,361.80/year
40 staff, 160 mugs a day£5002.40/year£390.00/year£4,612.40/year
Boiler Savings

*Average costs per boiler, costs can vary according to individual circumstances.

If you have 10 staff, you are paying wages of £4.81 per day or £1,250 per year, while one of your people waits for the kettle to boil.

(See bottom of page for calculations)

With more staff, you are paying even more!

  • £4.81 x 5 days = £24.05 per week
  • £24.05 x 52 weeks = £1250.60 per year
  • 20 staff, 80 mugs a day = £2501.20 per year
  • 30 staff, 120 mugs a day = £3751.80 per year
  • 40 staff, 160 mugs a day = £5002.40 per year
  • And so on . . .

Get Boilersense and look at what you could be saving but, don’t take our word for it try one!

An average 3kW kettle takes 4 minutes to boil and if all the water in each kettle is actually used, it will produce 5 decent mugs of hot water.

If you have 10 staff that each have 4 hot drinks per day that’s 40 mugs so, the kettle will be boiled a minimum of 8 times. It will probably actually be boiled more often as no-one ever empties it entirely each time they use it

So, assuming they do actually use all the water every time, the kettle is boiled 8 times a day…

8 x 4 minutes = 32 minutes or half an hour

If the person, or the people who make the hot drinks are on a salary of £20,000/pa and they work a 40 hour week, their hourly wage is £9.62 per hour or £4.81 per half hour.