An old boiler could be wasting you money, as much as 25% of what you are spending on your heating bills. We only install the latest A-rated energy-efficient boilers and controls which are so efficient they can save you as much as £225.00 per year. These boilers release a lot less CO₂than older models, which makes them better for the environment too.
combi boiler takes away the need for a hot water storage cylinder.
Instead, water is heated instantaneously when you turn on
a tap (so you don't have to wait for a cylinder to heat up
or keep it on standby and you'll never run out of hot water).
Plus you can have a shower at mains pressure. The hot water
flow rate with any combi is not as good as with a traditional
boiler and cylinder, so it takes longer to run a bath. A couple's
hot water needs are likely to be modest, using relatively
small amounts, therefore a combi is possibly the best option.
boilers contain more parts than 'traditional' models and are
typically much larger than traditional boilers of equivalent
output. Nevertheless, most are designed for wall mounting
and powered flues mean they can be fitted almost anywhere.
Condensing Gas Boilers
boilers employ advanced technology to make better use of gas
than a standard boiler, burning less of it to produce the
same amount of useful heat.
They can be more expensive to buy than standard types, but
an extra initial outlay is soon offset by lower running costs.
gas burned not only means lower fuel bills but also means
reduced emissions of 'greenhouse' and 'acidrain' gases and
therefore less damage to the environment.
Floor/Wall Hung Gas Boilers
traditional boiler, in conjunction with a storage cylinder, can
deliver lashings of hot water to several taps simultaneously. This
type of boiler is suitable for a family with lots of laundry and
toddlers bathing or teenagers showering every evening.
mounted traditional boilers, especially those with powered flues,
can be fitted almost anywhere. Some are even small enough to fit
inside a kitchen wall cupboard - and still produce enough heat for
a generously sized family home. They are not just confined to kitchens.
Utility rooms and garages, airing cupboards, under-stairs and even
warm lofts can provide suitable 'homes' for this type of boiler.
standing boilers compete for space with other domestic appliances
such as tumble dryers, washing machines etc so in smaller modern
homes they are less popular than some alternatives. But they are
often fitted in garages, where space may be less of a problem. Floor
standing boilers are usually extremely simple, making them very
reliable and robust.
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