Boilers

Oil boilers

Using oil to heat hot water that is then circulated through the central heating system, under UK law, since 2007 all oil-fired boilers must have a...

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Electric boilers

A common replacement for small to medium sized boilers, electric boilers are known to be light, silent and compact. Economical to run in comparison...

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Combi boilers

Combi boilers (combination boilers), are the most popular type of boiler in the UK. Providing heat and hot water on demand, without the need for a...

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Condensing boilers

Generating more heat from the same amount of fuel, a condensing boiler will save you money on your heating bills when directly compared to a...

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System boilers

Sometimes referred to as 'sealed system' boilers, a system boiler works in the same way as a conventional boiler, storing hot water separately, in...

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Boiler maintenance and safety

To guarantee your boiler's efficiency and longevity there are several things you can do to help ensure you have hot water and heating year...

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Buying a new boiler

If you’ve decided that it’s time to buy a new boiler, you need to consider the different types available so you can ensure that you get the right...

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Boiler controls

Your boiler and central heating system are fitted with a variety of controls, allowing you to manage temperatures, timings and energy consumption...

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Radiator valves

Radiator valves control the flow of water through your radiators. They are situated at the bottom, where the pipe feeds into the unit.   ...

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Gas boilers

Powered by natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), like most boilers, a gas boiler burns fuel to heat water. As boilers account for...

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Biomass boilers

An environmentally friendly heating solution, biomass boilers use the heat produced to provide heating and hot water. Most suited to people...

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Conventional boilers

Also known as ‘open vent’, ‘heat only’ or ‘regular’ boilers, conventional boilers require both a cylinder and a tank. Suitable for homes where...

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Thermostatic radiator valves

Thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs) are fitted to radiators in order to control the flow of hot water. They do this by detecting the room’s...

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