Central Heating Combination Boilers Gas – yes or no
When it comes time to replace your boiler you have two questions to ask before thinking about the practicalities of installation. Should your new boiler be condensing or combination?
A better description of a condensing boiler is actually “high efficiency boiler” and actually they are available in the following derivations
Conventional – this type heats water but you need to have a separate hot water cylinder, pump etc
System boiler – like a conventional boiler but has a pump and some workings included
Combination – this is a one-box solution that requires no cylinder and heats the hot water as you use it.
Building regulations require that all boilers now have to be high efficiency unless a building meets exemption criteria. This means that when you are considering a central heating boiler you must opt for a condensing version.
Any contractor that offers to fit a non-condensing boiler is operating outside the building regulations and the law unless the property is exempt meaning your house could be devalued and will certainly be difficult to sell.
Generally, condensing versions, including gas central heating combination boilers, are better made than the non-condensing version so our better value for money than their predecessors.
ADI Powerflushing only work within the Building Regulations so if you are thinking of a central heating installation or upgrade call ADI today on Freephone 0800 731 3843 for a highly competitive quote.
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