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Gas Boilers

When it comes to choosing a new boiler for your home, there are plenty of considerations to make before going ahead with an installation. Not only is the type of boiler itself important, but you also need to think about the central heating system as a whole and the type of fuel you want to use to power your home.

Condensing boilers typically extract over 90% of the heat from the fuel they burn, making them both cost effective and energy efficient. They are so effective because they extract heat from flue gases which would have otherwise been lost by a non-condensing boiler. For this reason any new boiler installed in the UK (from 2005) has to be condensing whether it’s combi, system or regular.

Condensing boilers were not overly popular when they first hit the market, with early teething problems and a collection of myths about their reliability putting many homeowners off. Since then condensing boilers have come a long way and many of those old issue have been resolved.

Gas Combi Boiler ( Combination Boiler )

A combi boiler, also known as a combination boiler, is a type of condensing boiler. Combi boilers are highly efficient and compact, making them ideal for smaller homes. The name Combi comes from the fact that these boilers are able to act as both a water heater and also a central heating unit. Thanks to their space saving features, combi boilers are one of the most popular choices in the UK – accounting for over half of domestic boiler installations each year.

Combi boilers work by heating water directly from the mains, so you don’t need a hot water storage cylinder or cold water tank. This is ideal for smaller properties without airing cupboard or roof space. This heating method also makes them very energy efficient and affordable to run, as water is not heated and stored (and thus wasted if it’s not used). While Combi boilers have some great advantages, there are also considerations you should make before going ahead with an installation.

Gas System Boiler

A combi boiler, also known as a combination boiler, is a type of condensing boiler. Combi boilers are highly efficient and compact, making them ideal for smaller homes. The name Combi comes from the fact that these boilers are able to act as both a water heater and also a central heating unit. Thanks to their space saving features, combi boilers are one of the most popular choices in the UK – accounting for over half of domestic boiler installations each year.

Combi boilers work by heating water directly from the mains, so you don’t need a hot water storage cylinder or cold water tank. This is ideal for smaller properties without airing cupboard or roof space. This heating method also makes them very energy efficient and affordable to run, as water is not heated and stored (and thus wasted if it’s not used). While Combi boilers have some great advantages, there are also considerations you should make before going ahead with an installation.

Gas Heat Only Boilers

Also known as a regular boiler, a regular boiler system is made up of a number of parts including a boiler, heating controls, a hot water cylinder, a cold water storage cistern plus a feed and expansion cistern. A regular boiler can often be found in older, larger homes and less are being installed as time goes by.

A Regular boiler system is fed by two tanks which are located in the loft. One of these, the cold water storage tank, draws cold water from the mains supply. The other is the feed and expansion tank, which feeds the boiler system and manages any water that expands in the system after being heated.

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