Central Heating Systems

For residential central heating installation, the majority of customers opt for a combi boiler due to its ability to heat water on demand and eliminate the need for a hot water storage tank.

In contrast, bed and breakfasts, vacation rentals, and small hotels typically choose conventional boilers as they can supply hot water to multiple rooms without affecting the hot water flow.

Bigger commercial clients necessitate larger boiler systems, as well as warm air heaters for spacious factories, schools, and showrooms. Radiant tube heaters are also popular for localised heating, such as in offices within warehouses.

New Central Heating System: Which Boiler To Choose?

When it comes to central heating boilers, there are several options to choose from. The Combi Boiler heats water directly from the mains, eliminating the need for a large hot water tank. It's the most common choice for the average household and a good space saver.

A conventional boiler, on the other hand, requires a hot water tank, but it can serve multiple taps and showers simultaneously without weakening the flow. However, once the hot water is used up, you'll have to wait for the next tank to heat up.

While most people opt for Worcester or Vaillant Boilers, many other brands offer excellent performance and value for money.

For expert advice and more information about the best central heating installation for your home, speak to our gas heating engineer in Skelmersdale for free.