Which boiler do I need?
We replace all types of boilers which are the latest high efficient condensing boilers, from leading brands such as Vaillant, Glow-worm and Worcester, In fact, we can install many other manufacturers, but we beleive that if you are investing in a high value product for your property then invest in the best. Each delivers all the benefits of high-efficiency technology, but which one you choose will depend on several factors, including your budget. With the leading brand Vaillant, we are able to offer an extended warrany, giving you piece of mind for the next 7 years. For professional advice then why not call us: We have both CORGI (Gas Safe) and OFTEC (Oil) registered installers and would be happy to help.

Boiler Types
There are 3 different types of high-efficiency condensing boilers:
  • Combi:
    A combi boiler is both a high-efficiency water heater and a
    central heating boiler, combined (hence the name) all within one compact unit. This maens therefore there is no need for a separate hot water cylinder, which can free up space saving within the property.

Regular Boilers:
Regular boilers are also known as open vent, conventional or heat only boilers. They heat your central heating and hot water when installed as part of a heating system together with a hot water storage cylinder, cold water storage tank, plus a feed and expansion tank (which is usually stored in the loft above the boiler to provide a good head of water). If the boiler you’re replacing is very old, it is most likely a heat only boiler. One of the other clues is that you’ll have a separate circulating pump, instead of one inside the boiler.
Systems Boiler
A system boiler is a boiler that directly heats your central heating system and hot water for a storage cylinder, whether it’s an unvented, stainless steel cylinder or a traditional copper cylinder. Most of the important parts of the hot water and heating system, such as the pump and expansion vessel, are built in on a system boiler – making it quicker and cleaner to install. It also means you get a faster response to demand for heating and hot water, plus you don’t need to have a feed and expansion tank in the loft.