>At TradePlumbing.co.uk, we understand what a big purchase a new boiler is. Not only is a new boiler one of the more expensive household purchases, that boiler has to reliably perform, heating both your hot water supply and also providing hot water to your central heating system. Reliability is of utmost importance, especially during the colder winter months - and with an average boiler repair costing £200 - the costs of a unreliable boiler can soon mount.
At TradePlumbing.co.uk - to help you choose the very best boiler for your home, one you can depend on, we have sourced an excellent range of boilers from leading brands, which all make lightwork of keeping your house warm, and your hot water on. Below, we run through some of the different types of boilers that we sell.
A Combi Boiler, or known by its proper term - a Combination Boiler, provides both the water heating, and central heating boiler in one unit. Renowned for their efficiency, these boilers work by heating water directly for the mains supply, meaning there is also no need for a hot water tank. These types of boilers are easy to supply, and are available in very compact units - perfect for smaller properties.
A system boiler heats your central heating directly, as well as producing hot water for a hot water cylinder in your home. In one sense, they work like a conventional older style boiler in that they need to store the hot water they produce, whilst on the other hand - they do differ slightly, as they take their water supply directly from the mains.
Conventional Boilers work with both a cold water tank and a hot water cylinder, these boilers only send hot water to your central heating system and your hot water cylinder - not directly to your taps. These boilers suit larger homes with more than one bathroom ideally, as water supply is plentiful.
A condensing boiler is one of the most efficient types of boiler on the market today, achieving more than 90% efficiency across the board. These boilers achieve such high efficiency figures by condensing the water vapor in the usually wasted exhaust gasses.
LPG Boilers work much in the same way that other types of boilers work, however instead of burning gas or oil- they burn LPG - a hydrocarbon fuel which is a mixture of both propane and butane gas. This gases liquify at a pretty moderate temperature, meaning LPG is easy to transport and store in a concentrated form of liquid.
Biomass Boilers can replace both oil and gas boilers in most applications. Instead of burning more traditional fuels such as oil & gas - they instead burn logs, wood chips or wood pellets - amongst some other types of biomass. These boilers determine heat released by controlling the fuel and air supplied to the combustion chamber.
Electric Only Boilers
Electric only boilers are popular choices in areas where gas supply is not possible. An incredibly simple design, heating element is heated up within the boiler - just like a big kettle. This design also means that these boilers are almost 100% efficient.
Boilers at TradePlumbing.co.uk
At TradePlumbing.co.uk, we source and supply an excellent range of boilers which we supply to both trade and domestic customers. As ever, if you have any questions about the range - please do just get in touch and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.