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Basic Overview of how your central heating works;

Your central heating system moves in a constant circle which pushes hot water from your boiler, to the heating elements and back again to accumulate more heat. The same water is locked within your system, and loops around again and again, unless you flush your heating system.

Boiler Types

System Boiler

(Also known as ‘Sealed System Boiler’) -

With this system you do not need a large water storage tank to keep your heated water stored like a conventional boiler. This frees up a large amount of space in a home, which is beneficial when every square foot counts. This system needs a water cylinder, which is much smaller than the storage tank and can be placed neatly in your property

Combi Boiler –

Is the most widely used boiler in UK homes to date. The reason for this is that it provides a heating system for your hot water and central heating demands instantly.

Conventional Boiler

(aka ‘Open Vent System’ or ‘Regular Boiler’) -

These boilers have both a cylinder and a tank. Not many homes install new Conventional boilers. This style of boilers is good for homes that need hot water in several different places at one time because with any other system the demand for hot water in several areas of the home reduces pressure and causes the hot water to fluctuate, often burning the unsuspecting person in the shower.