Burtonwood Homeowners Boiler Advice

Burtonwood Homeowners Boiler Advice Guide

Read our Burtonwood homeowners boiler advice guide for the lowdown on boiler types so you can decide which boiler is best for your Burtonwood home.

Burtonwood Plumbers Boiler Advice Guide – Combi Boiler

A combination (combi) boiler is a high-efficiency water heater and a central heating boiler in a single unit. Combi boilers heat mains water directly when you turn on the hot taps, so you don’t need to have a hot water storage cylinder or a cold-water tank in the loft.

They are very cost-effective and energy-efficient as water is heated instantly rather than hot water being stored in the cylinder. Hot water is delivered at mains pressure – this means you can get a powerful shower without needing a separate pump.

  • Combi boilers are perfect for smaller properties with little or no loft space.
  • Lack of a hot water cylinder allows for increased living space.
  • No cold-water storage tank frees up loft space
  • No risk of pipework freezing in the loft
  • Less pipework makes installation cheaper

Burtonwood Plumbers Boiler Advice Guide – System Boiler

System boilers require a cylinder to store hot water, but the major heating and hot water components are all built into the boiler, making it relatively quick and easy to install. There is no need for a loft tank.

  • Ideal for homes with multiple bathrooms
  • Supply hot water to any number of taps simultaneously
  • No need for a loft tank,
  • Economical to run

Boiler Advice Guide Regular Boilers

Regular boilers (traditional, conventional or heat only) are suited to homes that already have a heating and hot water system linked to a hot water cylinder. These boilers need a cold-water storage tank in the loft as well as a tank to maintain the water level in the heating system.

A regular boiler is often the best option if the property has an older radiator system, as it may not be able to cope with the higher pressure of a system or combi boiler.

  • Perfect for Burtonwood homes where a lot of hot water is used at the same time
  • Ideal where for homes with two or more bathrooms
  • A good option in low water pressure areas
  • Compatible with solar water heating
After reading our ‘Burtonwood Homeowners Boiler Advice Guide’ if you need any help or assistance contact us on one of the regional numbers below:-

Boiler Installation Wigan Specialist 01942 417220
Boiler Installation Runcorn Specialist 01925 394260
Boiler Installation St Helens Specialist 01744 776140
Boiler Installation Warrington Specialist 01925 394260
Boiler Installation Newton Le Willows Specialist 01925 394260
Boiler Installation Widnes Specialist 01925 394260
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