We provide combi boiler installations nationwide
If you are looking to install combi boilers, Boilerhut works with some of the best combi boiler brands in the UK.
We have also built a large network of combi boiler installers who supply and install gas oil and LPG combi boilers to postcodes across the UK.
Installation of combi boilers is usually a straightforward affair, but it requires expert installation and a qualified engineer.
What are the advantages of a combi boiler?
A key advantage of a combi boiler is its compact design. Since it doesn’t require separate external storage tanks, the entire heating and hot water system is consolidated within one unit. This saves considerable space in your home.
Combi boilers are renowned for their efficiency. Many modern units come equipped with a flue gas heat recovery system. This system recycles the heat from exhaust gases to warm up water from the mains supply, allowing the boiler to use less fuel while maintaining an efficiency level above 90%. This, in turn, can lead to significant savings on heating bills.
Opting for a combi boiler, which integrates all functions into a single appliance, can be more cost-effective than purchasing and installing the multiple components required for traditional systems, such as tanks, cylinders, and pumps.
Instantaneous Hot Water
The ability to provide hot water on demand is another compelling reason to choose a combi boiler. Unlike system and regular boilers that need to heat and store water in advance, combi boilers heat water directly from the mains as it’s needed. This means you can enjoy an endless supply of hot water without the wait.
Is a combi boiler suitable for my house?
The compact size of combi boilers makes them an ideal choice for properties with limited space.
Combi boilers are not just a solution for flats and smaller houses though. Combi boilers come in a variety of outputs making them suitable for properties of a range of sizes.
For instance, modern combi boilers now exist which are equipped to deal with the hot water and heating requirements of homes with 4+ bedrooms, 2+ bathrooms and 20+ radiators. These are called storage combi boilers and house a thermal water storage tank within the unit itself.
Generally, the larger the house and the higher the hot water demands, the higher the kilowatt rating the boiler should be.
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