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Installation

When it comes to choosing heating appliances for your UK home, there are a number of factors to consider, such as your budget, needs, and the size of your property. Here is a brief overview of the different options available:

Boilers

    Combi boilers
    System boilers: System boilers work with a hot water cylinder to provide central heating and hot water. They are a good option for larger homes with multiple bathrooms.

    System boiler
    Regular boilers: Regular boilers, also known as conventional boilers, work with a hot water cylinder and a cold water storage tank to provide central heating and hot water. They are a good option for homes with a high demand for hot water.

    Regular boilers
    Regular boilers, also known as conventional boilers, work with a hot water cylinder and a cold water storage tank to provide central heating and hot water. They are a good option for homes with a high demand for hot water.

    Cookers

      Gas Cookers
      Gas cookers offer instant heat and precise control over temperature. They are also relatively inexpensive to run.

      Electric Cookers
      Electric cookers are safer than gas cookers, as they do not produce any fumes. They are also easier to clean. However, they can be more expensive to run than gas cookers.

      Induction Cookers

      Induction cookers use electromagnetic fields to heat food directly. They are very efficient and can heat food quickly. However, they can be more expensive to buy than gas or electric cookers.

      Fires

        Combi boilers
        Gas fires are a popular choice for adding warmth and ambiance to a room. They are available in a wide range of styles to suit any décor.

        Electric Fires
        Electric fires are a safer option than gas fires, as they do not produce any fumes. They are also easier to install. However, they can be less efficient than gas fires.

        Wood Burning Stoves

        Wood-burning stoves are a great way to add a rustic touch to a room. They can also be a very efficient way to heat your home. However, they require a regular supply of wood.

        If you are unsure which type of heating appliance is right for you, please contact us today. We would be happy to discuss your needs and provide you with a free, no-obligation quote.

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