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Making a decision on the right heating system for your property and lifestyle is important. Therefore, with a range of boiler systems available from leading brands and advice from the experts, you can be sure to choose the boiler that suits you best.
Conventional condensing boilers
This conventional condensing boiler system has two water tanks in the loft and a cylinder, normally in the airing cupboard. The condensing boiler heats the cylinder and converts cold water to hot, releasing gallons of hot water to taps around the house. A pump also circulates hot water via pipes to heat the radiators.
The benefits of a condensing boiler:
- Faster flow rates.
- Multiple tap operation.
- Use of an airing cupboard.
- Backup electrical hot water heating via immersion.
- Heating and hot water together.
- Solar compatible.
Combi boilers are economical to run and can produce an endless supply of hot water. As they heat water direct from the mains, there’s no need to wait for a storage cylinder to heat up, and you won't run out of hot water. They’re also good if you’re short of space. A pump circulates hot water via pipes to heat your radiators.
The benefits of a combination boiler:
- Space saving solution.
- No need for a hot water cylinder or water tank.
- Heats up hot water when you need it, and it’s there on demand, no waiting.
- Hot water with mains pressure.
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