Boiler Types

Before jumping right in to buying a new boiler, it's important that you understand what types of boiler are currently available. Find out more below.

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Combi Boilers

Combi boilers combine everything that a conventional heating system can do, in to one space-saving unit. They provide instant heat, quite literally, on tap. They only generate the ammount of hot water which is required at the time, this reduces wastage. If you have a standard, conventional heating system at present, you can have this converted in to a combi system if your home is suitable.

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Conventional Boiler Type

Conventional Boilers

Conventional boilers have to work alongside multiple separate tank. If you have a water tank (or multiple tanks) located in your loft and an airing cupboard on your landing with a hot water cylinder, then you are highly likley to have a conventional boiler system. These take up much more space, but can supply hot water to multiple outlets at the same time without a strong drop in pressure which you might find with a combi.

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System Boiler Type

System Boilers

System boilers work in a very similar way to conventional, or regular systems. However, they do boast some extra benefits such as the fact that they do not need water tanks in the loft space. Also, with system boilers, many of the main components are integrated in to the syste, itself which means that installs are generally a little cheaper. System boilers are good for homes with high heat demands.

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Condensing Boiler Type

Condensing Boilers

System boilers work in a very similar way to conventional, or regular systems. However, they do boast some extra benefits such as the fact that they do not need water tanks in the loft space. Also, with system boilers, many of the main components are integrated in to the syste, itself which means that installs are generally a little cheaper. System boilers are good for homes with high heat demands.

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Get A New Boiler From £20 a Month

If your current boiler has broken down unexpectedly and you're going to struggle to stomach the cost of a brand new one at short notice, finance options are becoming extremely popular.

It's like buying a car, you spread the payments over a period of time and this can be as little as £17 per month. Just like a new car, your new boiler will carry a warranty of up to 10 years, so you can rest assured that you'll benefit from a reliable heating system for many years to come.

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