Popular in the 1970’s, a back boiler used the heat from an open fire to provide hot water and central heating.
A combi boiler is perfect when space is at a premium. Their compact sizes are suitable for smaller properties. You don’t need a storage cylinder or a cold-water storage tank in your attic.
There are two types of gas used to fire gas boilers: Natural gas and Liquid Propane Gas (LPG). If you have either of these systems, your boiler must be serviced annually by a Gas Safe registered engineer.
Also known as butane or propane gas, LPG boilers are most often used in rural homes with no mains natural gas connection. LPG boilers are also used in mobile homes and boats.
Like combi boilers, unvented cylinders are suitable when space is limited. An unvented cylinder can be situated in any convenient location, as they do not rely on gravity for their water supply. This means they do not need a cold-water storage tank in your loft.
System boilers are the modern way to heat home and hot water. Because they do not require a header tank in the loft, they save space and maintenance.
If you have an existing central heating and hot water system with a separate hot water cylinder and a storage tank in the loft, a regular heat only boiler could be right for you.
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