While combination boilers (or combi-boilers, as they are commonly known) are one of the most popular boiler choices for homes and businesses of all sizes, there are certain demands and requirements that they just dont reach. And this means that they are less than ideal for some properties, and instead a conventional boiler could be a good fit But what should you expect from a conventional boiler? And what are the advantages of conventional boilers? Well, here at Paul Robinson Heating and Plumbing, we are leading boiler experts. From installation to repair and servicing, we provide a range of high quality boiler solutions. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about the conventional boiler.
What is a conventional boiler?
A conventional boiler is a boiler that makes use of a cold water storage tank, as well as a hot water cylinder. This means that it can take up quite a large amount of space in your property. But in return, you can expect a number of specific benefits and advantages.
Advantages of conventional boilers
So, what are the advantages that conventional boilers bring? Well, there are several, including:
- Multiple hot water points
- Good water pressure
- Simple installation
Multiple hot water points
Because the conventional boiler use a storage tank, hot water can be provide to multiple rooms with multiple taps running at the same time. The same cannot be said for a combi-boiler where the hot water will be split in different directions. As a result, for B and B’s, HMO’s and hotels, a conventional boiler is a sensible choice.
Good water pressure
Water tanks for the conventional boiler are generally in the attic or loft, and this means that good water pressure is always achieved, as the water is flowing down through your home.
In properties that already have a traditional boiler or conventional boiler, a simple like for like swap is extremely simple and effective.
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