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As mentioned above, we advised the customer that they would need to upgrade their pipework in order to meet Gas Safe regulations.
In regard to the boiler, we recommended the Ariston Clas ONE due to it being a highly efficient boiler that would save the customer money on the energy bills. Due to needing to provide the heat for 13 radiators and needing to provide high levels of hot water, we recommended that the 38 kW combi version of the Clas ONE would be most suitable for the property and its requirements as a day nursery.
One of our main reasons for recommending the Ariston Clas ONE, is the stainless steel heat exchanger that it is equipped with. Designed to retain efficiency for the lifetime of the appliance, this is a major selling point of this boiler and ensures that there would be no sudden spikes in the cost of the customer’s monthly gas bill that are related to the boiler’s efficiency. This combined with the comprehensive 8-year warranty, gives the customer peace of mind that they have many years of trouble-free heating ahead of them.
Upon our suggestion, the customer opted for Ariston’s Cube S Net WiFi boiler thermostat. Bringing additional technology to the heating system and OpenTherm compatibility, this plug and play device allows for remote monitoring and adjustment of the heating system, plus it brings modulating technology, weather compensation, and programming functionality to the boiler system.
We also recommended the installation of 12 thermostatic radiator valves, these will enable the customer to control the temperature of each radiator room by room, something that will be especially useful for a day nursery catering to the needs of different age groups.
If you would like to find out more about the boiler used in this installation, you can do so by reading our Ariston Clas ONE Gas Combi Boiler review.
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