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Heating & Hot Water

We offer a complete service, from fault finding and repairs, servicing and upgrading.

We only fit boilers from reputable manufacturers with a proven reliability record – ones that we have tried and tested over the years.

And we do our best to provide suitable options to match most householders’ budgets.

We can provide any of the boiler systems as briefly listed below and can modify any existing set up as necessary. We are also additionally qualified to supply and fit unvented hot water mains pressure systems.

Combination Boilers

A combination boiler produces a near instantaneous supply of hot water, 24 hours a day. Unlike conventional heating and hot water systems, a combination system does not store hot water, but heats water as you use it. There is no cylinder, no tank and no connecting pipe work, which saves space and reduces hot water costs. This type of boiler is most suited to smaller properties and those with a reduced demand for hot water (flats and single bathroom properties).

Conventional Boilers (Heat Only)

Conventional boilers use a traditional system, which heats up a store of water before you need to use it, via a hot water cylinder and header tank or hot water cylinder and sealed system. This type of system is must suited to larger premises and those with a high demand for hot water (larger family homes & those with multiple bathrooms).

These systems can be either sealed or open vented.

Back Boilers

Back boilers are hidden away behind gas fires, freeing up space. Due to current energy efficiency legislation back boilers now are normally removed and replaced with a high efficiency boiler in a new location. Although this is not always necessary as advances in technology mean that replacement high efficiency back boiler units are now available.

Condensing Boilers (High Efficiency)

A condensing boiler or ‘energy-saving’ boiler is a high efficiency boiler. It extracts more heat from the flue gases than a standard boiler, so very little heat is wasted through the flue, which saves you money on your heating bills. From April 2005 all new boilers in this country have had to be this type of boiler unless there is proven technical reason (exception) why fitting a condensing boiler would not be possible.