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Author: Tom Norris

Boiler Installation (1)Boiler installation has become increasingly easier over the past few years. As technology improves more and and more homes are opting for combination boilers, also know as combi boilers, mainly because most of the problems associated with combi boilers have been eradicated.

The biggest drawback on the earlier combi’s was the hot water flow rate. As hot water wasn’t stored it had to be heated on demand which all sounds fine until hot water is required at two outlets at the same time. Imagine if you will that you are having a shower and somebody decides to do the washing up and you should be able to see the picture.

Of course these problems have now been solved with the introduction of much higher hot water flow rates allowing you to have a superb shower in peace whilst someone else is doing the washing up. In simple terms the water is heated much faster now than the earlier combi versions.

When it comes to boiler installation the combi boiler is undoubtedly the preferred option for most of the heating engineers mainly because the installation time has been reduced substantially because of improved design and of course almost all the controls are now located within the boiler. In the event that you need external controls such as a room thermostat then you can opt for a wireless option and have it fitted in the time it takes to have a cup of tea.

Boiler Installation (2)The next popular type of boiler installation is the conventional type which is more commonly known as a system boiler. This type of boiler installation is for homes with hot water storage tanks, usually larger homes or homes that need updating, and a cold water supply in the attic.

if you have a system boiler that need replacement then you should consider using a combination boiler as it will be far cheaper in the long run. If you do install a system boiler then you get your hot water storage cupboard back and can also get rid of the storage tanks in the attic.


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