A guide to combi central heating boilers
Combi central heating boilers, or combination central heating boilers as is their proper name, are currently the most widespread boilers in Britain.
The large majority of households in Britain will use a combi and the chances are you do too. The good thing about this is that it’s not usually that difficult to buy or get them fixed, but do you really know how they work and what they actually do?
These boilers work by simply taking cold water and heating it up inside the boiler, before directing it to wherever it’s needed. Basically, when you turn on the hot water tap it acts as a signal for the boiler to directly draft cold water from the mains supply. It then heats it up before causing hot water to come out of the tap. The small delay that you might experience when turning the hot water tap on is actually the time the boiler takes to heat up the water.
This is how combi central heating boilers work, in a nutshell, but when things go wrong with these boilers it can be a nightmare because hot water is cut off throughout the entire home. This is why you should always use a professional and reputable company such as ADI to fix your boiler. Don’t try and fix it yourself because if you damage it then it could cost you thousands. All it takes is a five minute call to ADI, on 0800 731 3843, and a professional engineer will be rushed out to you in order to fix the problem.
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