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  1. Let's Explore the Types of Boilers in UK

    Types of Boilers in UK

    Types of Boilers- Which one to Buy?

    System Boiler, Combi Boilers, Conventional Boilers-Wondering which types of boilers work the best? Which one is less risky to invest in? Which one to buy for a long-term water heating solution? Multiple such questions may arise in your mind when going for any big purchase. And when it is a boiler you are considering buying in the UK, a big amount of technical questions will cloud your mind and thus, Trade Plumbing comes with a quick boiler guide to clear the confusions, helping you make informed decisions. Without wasting a moment, let’s dig deeper into the ‘boiler guide’.

    Before we proceed, you might want to know the definitions of various types of boilers. Here they are:


    A Combi Boiler (Combination Boiler) operates on gas or fuel without needing to invest in a hot water cylinder or water tank in the loft. These are the most common and efficient types of boilers around the UK. 

    Function: Provides both the water heating and central heating boiler in one unit. Combi boilers work by heating water directly for the mains supply, thus, no hot water cylinder or hot water tank is needed with this type of boiler

    Ideal for: Small spaces as they don’t require many adjacent products to complete a heating or water supply system and are available in very compact units - perfect for smaller properties. A Combi boiler is a good option for homes where hot water usage is normal- not ideal for homes that need hot water in more than one place at a time.

    Caution: The installation of a combi boiler is not as simple as other b

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  2. How much will a New Radiator Cost in 2022?

    How much Will a New Radiator Cost in 2022?

    The tides of innovation in the field of home radiator manufacturing are rising every minute. This has resulted in an expansive range of choices for new radiators for your homes. This might perplex you as deciding upon which radiator is best for you will seem to be a cumbersome task. But you will feel sorted as our plumbing experts will take you smoothly to the end of this informational blog.

    A quick answer to your question is: A new radiator cost including buying and installation, when talking about the cheapest option in a single panel radiator for a small room, will be around £100 when the buying price of radiator ranges between £20 to £70.

    Keep reading to explore different types of radiators available in the UK market, the installation costs of a radiator, and the costs of radiator replacement. More precise figures for radiator installation are mentioned here:

    Radiator Installation Costs: An Overview

    Radiator Type        Radiator Price           Total Radiator Cost (Installation + Price)

    Single Panel           £20 to £70                 £100 to £200

    Double Panel          £100 to £250             £200 to £300

    Horizontal             £175 to £350               £260 to £480

    Vertical                  £189 to £295              £240 to £455

    Column                  £230 to £200              £300 to £480

    Heated towel rail       £50 to £90          &nb

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  3. Hot Water Cylinders Guide

    Hot water cylinders (HWC) have been an indispensable part of the home heating system for decades. The importance can be understood by just imagining a fault in a hot water cylinder of your home in the middle of the winter season. Even the thought of it gives you chills, right? Therefore, unless you understand your domestic hot water system's major constituents, don't click that 'Buy Now' button- An uninformed decision can drain your money and efforts! Trade Plumbing experts have stepped forward to equip you with all the necessary information before you buy a hot water cylinder. Let's dive into the deep waters of information to explore every bit of it.

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  4. Bleed a radiator in 7 Steps- Save Energy!

    Have you ever tried to figure out if the radiators in your heating systems are working with FULL EFFICIENCY? They may be working fine but to answer the question of ‘efficiency’ you need to bleed a radiator- At least once a year, preferably at the start of the season. An efficient radiator is your gateway to saving energy and cutting out the hefty bills while keeping the cruel chills of the weather away from you.

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  5. Differences between Stainless Steel and Chrome Towel Rails

    The heating and plumbing market in UK is brimming with best suppliers that stock and deliver quality products. Radiators and heated towel rails are one of the most sought-after and widely used products when it comes to heating homes and offices. When investing in a good heating system, informed decisions lead you to buying great value products. This blog takes you to a journey of quick analysis between stainless steel and chrome towel rails, to help you choose what actually is the best-fit for YOU!

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