An Unvented Boiler System is a plumbing system which takes it’s cold water supply directly from the mains water pipe as opposed to being fed from a gravity fed or tank connected to a pump.
What boiler do I need with a Megaflo? This is a very common question that I get asked a lot but the problem I find is that most people don’t even know what an actual Megaflo is. So, before I answer this question, let me first begin by explaining what a Megaflo is.
If you’re reading this article, then you’re probably thinking about moving your boiler into your loft but you’re not sure whether or not you can. The simple answer is: yes, you can relocate your boiler into your loft space. However, there are some points that you should consider first before deciding either way.
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UK Boiler Size: Which Size Boiler Do I Need?
Every household is different, not just in terms of layout and size, but also the needs and demands of the people living in it, which is why choosing the right boiler size is such an important, but an often difficult decision to make.
It is not always the case that the bigger the boiler is, the better it will be. In fact, if you choose a boiler that is too big for your property, it will use more energy than is actually required.
Megaflo: What is a Megaflo Unvented Boiler System?
More and more people are asking me about Megaflo heating systems, and if I would recommend them installing one into their home.
Before I can answer this question I first need to explain that Megaflo isn’t actually a heating system, it is simply the name of the product range by the manufacturer Heatrae Sadia. It is the heating system itself is known as an unvented boiler system.
What is a Combi Boiler? Combi Boilers Explained
Combi boilers, or combination boilers, are the UK’s most popular type of boiler, so it’s no surprise that my customers are asking what they are, how they work and what makes them different to the other types of boilers available. There are many benefits but also some drawbacks involved with combi boilers and it’s important for you to know them before you make a decision about what boiler type you have installed. This is why I’ve decided to make these blog posts, explaining what each boiler type is and how they work.
There are many different factors that you must think about when you are deciding which type of boiler you want to have installed. Answering simple questions like “How many people are living in the household?” or “How many bathrooms do I have?” are very important when choosing your boiler system. Answer them as honestly and realistically as possible and you’ll be well on your way to finding the perfect boiler for you.
What is a System Boiler? System Boilers Explained
What is a system boiler? Depending on the type of household (and after considering many other factors of course) I often recommend a system boiler to customers and I’m always asked what a system boiler is and how it differs to other boiler types. So, to help I’ve decided to write a series of blog posts explaining the main different types of boiler systems that we have here in the UK.
Different boilers systems are better suited for different situations and it can become confusing choosing the right boiler for your home, especially if you don’t really know what these boilers do or how they work.
Underfloor heating: Electric Underfloor Heating or Water Underfloor Heating?
Underfloor heating is a type of central heating which produces temperature control indoors using radiation, convection, and conduction. It heats a room evenly from floor to ceiling, unlike radiators which only heat the part of the room where they are located, therefore making them an efficient heat source.
Underfloor heating has many advantages, which is why more and more households are opting for it instead of traditional radiators systems.
System Boilers: Best System Boilers for 2018
System boilers are a popular choice for homeowners in the UK with larger houses with more than one bathroom. System boilers have many features that might make them seem more attractive to have than conventional boilers; they have fewer external parts, they take up less space, they are faster and are usually more cost effective to run. They are a perfect solution for homes with limited loft space and just limited space in general!
People ask me ‘what is the best system boiler to go for?’ so I have decided to write a blog post dedicated to the topic.