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Different Types of Boilers Explained

Different Types of Boilers to Install in Hillingdon, Ruislip, Iver, Pinner, Uxbridge, Northfields, Ealing.


Thinking about a brand new boiler for your home across Hillingdon, Ruislip, Pinner, Iver, Ealing, Harrow, Uxbridge, Northfields and Hayes? If so, take a look at our blog post and find out the different boilers available for your home. From combination boilers to system boilers and convention boilers, find out more below. Ready to get in touch? Great! Just call us on, 07931766023 or 01895466655

Different Boiler Types Explained

We hope that by reading our blog post here at Banner Property Maintenance, you are able to make a more informed decision when it comes to purchasing and installing a brand new boiler. For different ways to get in touch with us, take a look at our contact details at the bottom of this page.

Conventional Boilers 

The first boiler to mention in this blog post is a convention boiler type. This particular boiler type requires two water tanks in the loft and a hot water cylinder; something often placed in an upstairs cupboard. Thus, you can imagine they aren't very suitable for smaller properties as they need a lot of free space.

System Boilers 

Moving on to system boilers; System boilers do not need water tanks in the loft area. Another point to mention about system boilers is that they run off of one water cylinder; something often found in an upstairs cupboard space. As for the other components of this kind of boiler, they are built into the boiler. System boilers are an ideal type of boiler for properties with less free space. On top of this, system boilers are typically easier and quicker to install.

Combination Boilers (Combi) 

Finally, a combination boiler. Combination boilers have become a popular boiler type for homeowners throughout the U.K. This is because combination boilers are cost-effective and do not require a great amount of space. As appose to storing water, combination boilers can heat water as and when needed; thus, this boiler type doesn't need a water tank; something that makes them much more efficient. Finally, combination boilers are compact, meaning that this boiler type is suitable for smaller homes.  

Now that you're aware of the different boiler types available to your home, you can hopefully make a much more informed decision on which boiler better suits your home. Having said this, if you'd like to get in touch with us regarding our services, please do so! You can find our contact details below. 

Contact Us in Hillingdon

Our services are available across Hillingdon, Ruislip, Pinner, Iver, Ealing, Harrow, Uxbridge, Northfields and Hayes, so if you'd like to get in touch, simply give us a call on, 07931766023 or 01895466655. Alternatively, you can either send us an email at, b.pm@live.co.uk or use the contact form on the contact page of our website to send us a message. Thank you for taking the time to read out blog post.