Central Heating Systems & New Boilers

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I will discuss with you your requirements and advise you of which system options will suit you best, some examples are shown below.
The heat requirements of each room will be calculated and radiators or underfloor heating sized accordingly.
If your installation is for a new boiler only I will fully clean you existing radiators and pipework using a powerflush machine.
All new boiler installations will comply with building regulation and energy efficiency requirements. I will to inform buildings regulations on your behalf via Gas Safe and supply you with the relevant benchmark certificate.

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Regular Boiler System
This system is very common in older installations and comprises of a boiler, radiators, hot water cylinder, cold water storage cistern and a header tank along with various system controls.

Features
Stored cold water (wet loft)
Stored hot water with back up from electric immersion heater in the event of boiler failure
Low pressure, most modern taps and valves particularly European manufactured are designed for use on high pressure systems
Not suitable for use with underfloor heating

 

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Combination Boiler System
This system is very common in newer installations and comprises of a boiler, radiators and various system controls.

Features
Constant hot water
High pressure, most modern taps and valves particularly European manufactured are designed for use on high pressure systems
Space saving as no cylinder or stored water (dry loft)
No back up for hot water in the event of boiler failure
Water main pipe sizing and incoming pressure should be confirmed as adequate before selecting this type of installation
Suitable for use with underfloor heating

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Unvented Boiler System with Unvented Cylinder
This system is common in newer installations and comprises of a boiler, unvented cylinder, radiators and various system controls.
Features
Constant hot water
Stored hot water with back up from electric immersion heater in the event of boiler failure
High pressure, most modern taps and valves particularly European manufactured are designed for use on high pressure systems
Space saving as no stored water in loft (dry loft)
Water main pipe sizing and incoming pressure should be confirmed as adequate before selecting this type of installation
Suitable for use with underfloor heating

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