TYPES OF BOILERS
A combi/combination boiler is the most common boiler in and around the UK today. These boilers are great for creating space in your home by removing the need for any tanks or cylinder.
These boilers give you instant hot water at mains pressure meaning you get better hot water pressure to your taps and shower at the same time saving you money with only heating the water that you use and not a stored cylinder.
These boilers come in various outputs, meaning they can suit many sized homes, providing there is only one bathroom or shower room. If there is more than one bath or shower to be used at any one time, then a regular or system boiler would be required with stored hot water.
All boilers today, whether it be a combi or any other have to be condensing boilers.
A regular/conventional central heating boiler is a boiler that works in conjunction with tanks and cylinder.
Unless the heating system is really old, this would be the most cost effective way of installing energy efficient A rated boiler in your home.
All boilers today, whether it be a regular boiler or any other have to be condensing boilers.
A system boiler is a pressurised central heating boiler that incorporates parts of a conventional heating system actually inside the boiler, making installations neater and easier.
Although these boilers are still used in conjunction with a hot water cylinder they are pressurised which reduce the risk of air locks, making the system more better balanced and more efficient.
These types of boilers are for larger houses where more than one bath or shower is to be used at any one time and where stored hot water is required.
We only fit ‘A’ rated energy efficient boilers wherever possible. These boilers are over 90% efficient and release less CO2 into the atmosphere than older models, making them better for the environment. Together, with modern heating and hot water controls, they could save you money on your energy bills plus greater comfort in your home.