I am looking to replace my gas powered boiler in my kitchen for a new one
( new kitchen being fitted ) but what type is it? All it does it works from
a basic mechanical timer and comes on twice a day to heat my hot water and
all my radiators ( these have indivual valves on ) I dont think its a combi
boiler because i think these switch on when you call for hot water? right ?
Should i get a combi boiler? would they be cheaper to run?
so many basic questions, anybody point me in the right direction of a basic
web site to explain the different types of domestic heating systems......
any help much appreciated....
Ellesmere Port U.K
Have a look at
For what it is worth any new system would be cheaper to run than the system
you currently have. A combi may be cheaper to run than a conventional system
but the quality of the hot supply is not usually brilliant (ie slow flow
Cheers guys, some really useful info on those sites, just had a plumber
around for a quote on replaceing conventional boiler. He said i must replace
it with a condensing one due to new regs. I have read up on this somewhere
so just waiting for the price. Take about 1 day to fit he said.
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