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Heating systems

All boilers installed in the UK must now be condensing boilers, which are far more efficient than older types of boiler. There are three main types - conventional, system and combination. Click on the links below to read more about how they work and which might suit you best.

Conventional boiler

Conventional boiler

This type of boiler requires a cold water storage tank combined with a feed and expansion tank in the loft, as well as a hot water cylinder. It is considered to be the least efficient of all boilers but may be suitable for an upgrade to an old system. Read more...


System boiler

System boiler

System boilers require a hot water cylinder which comes in two types, vented low pressure which requires a header tank in the loft and unvented high pressure which doesn't. They are suitable for family homes with two bathrooms as they have a high flow rate. Read more...


Combination boiler

Combination boiler

Combi boilers are economical and space saving as no tanks are required in the loft. They are suitable for flats and small houses with a single bathroom, providing heating and instant hot water on demand without the need for a separate hot water cylinder. Read more...


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Solar water heating

With the trend in rising fuel costs combined with the need to cut our CO2 emissions, solar water heating promises to be an effective solution to reducing fuel bills and helping to look after the environment. Read more...


underfloor heating

Underfloor heating

Underfloor heating systems are best installed in a new build, or extension. They provide an even heat, with no unsightly radiators and require only low temperature hot water, ideal for use with modern condensing boilers. Read more...


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Air source heat pumps

This is a very efficient system as it delivers heat to your home at a much lower temperature but over a longer period of time. The units extract heat from the air outside even at very low temperatures, and recirculate it inside, with the added benefit of providing air conditioning in the summer. Read more...