I've got a problem with my central heating/ hot water.
It's a setup that I imagine is fairly common to newish houses, gas boiler in the kitchen and thermal store upstairs (well - it was moved in to the loft a few months ago)
I can hear water running through the system constantly -24x7- and I am at somewhat of a loss. I've just turned down the speed of the pumps which has quietened it down but I think that's just masking it?
The central heating side of it is turned off. The boiler fires every 23 mins or so then goes for a few minutes before shutting down , I assume to keep the water hot.
A quick googles suggest something about excess hot water being pumped through the radiators.
Everything else appears OK. When the system was moved, it was 'simply' a case of cutting pipes and extending them to fit the new position in the loft. I was prepared perhaps for a little extra noise when system is on, but not this.. could this have any bearing on it?
Any clues people?