Hi Can anyone give me some advice on this. I have an oil fired system using an old Trianco Eurostar boiler. It's regularly serviced, works well and is very efficient for its age of circa 20 years. The problem is the oil tank. its steel, also circa 20 years old and beginning to blister underneath where it sits on the piers. Replace it, I thought but not so simple as its tucked against the bungalow in a tight space with no real option of moving it unless I want it stuck in front of my french doors in full view. Also that's not so good if i ever want to build a conservatory on the back. A new tank in its current position won't pass regs, but I cant really put it anywhere else. Thought about a new one of the same type and size, with fire proof board round it, also getting a fireproofed tank, but they are big and very expensive. So do I stick with it or is it time to say goodbye to the old boiler and install an electric one. We have no gas supply where i live. Has anyone had experience of electric boilers, the type that will run an existing wet radiator system plus hot water and are the running costs much greater ? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.