Finding a quality boiler for your property should be something that you prioritize. A high class boiler will give you reliable service for more than a decade, ensuring that your property is properly heated and has consistent access to hot water. Of course, picking a particular boiler isn’t the only thing that matters to make sure your property is functional and comfortable. You’re also going to need to find a reliable and experienced boiler installation service as well. The installation work needs to be handled accurately and correctly, otherwise it’s entirely possible that your system will run into problems sooner or later. At Ealing Plumbing Pros, we’ve installed a wide range of boilers over the years, so we’re more than prepared to handle any service request you have for us. More information regarding the types of boilers we can help you with is just below.
Combination boilers (largely referred to as combi boilers) are capable of providing you with both heating and hot water from a single unit. They’re the most popular type of boiler across the United Kingdom, and it’s easy to see why. They do not require a separate tank, because the water is heated immediately using a metallic heat exchanger – fuelled by combustion. These types of boilers tend to be excellent in terms of energy efficiency, and because they don’t need a tank attached to them, they’re compact. This makes them highly suitable for smaller properties.
Heat only boilers (commonly referred to as regular boilers) provide hot water to both the central heating unit and a storage cylinder, meaning that they’re capable of providing both hot water and heating water. They feed hot water directly into the heating system (like radiators) and they also store hot water in a hot water storage cylinder for later, on-demand use. The cold water is supplied to the boiler from a storage unit that is typically in a loft or attic, gravity does the work that brings the water down to the boiler. These are most suitable for properties with substantial hot water demands and multiple bathrooms.
Just like a regular boiler, system boilers have a separate hot water tank – but in these set-ups, they’re unvented. As you’d probably expect, system boilers are capable of providing both hot water on demand and hot water for heating purposes. The installation process is generally straightforward, and they’re a great fit at properties with multiple bathrooms and lots of hot water outlets. Additionally, they don’t require any components to be stored in the attic, which is no small benefit.
As you can see, we’re experienced at handling every kind of boiler installation out there. That experience is invaluable, and it extends to the different brands and manufacturers that supply boiler systems as well. There’s no kind of boiler model that we’re unable to fit, and we can even help you to work through the pros and cons of combi boilers and conventional boilers against one another. This kind of comprehensive service simply isn’t available with any other service at such a great price point.