Choosing a new boiler can be difficult. From the range of technical jargon, to the different boiler requirements, there are a lot of things to consider. But the most import thing is to choose the right type of boiler for your home. There are three different types of boiler to choose from: the combination boiler, the system boiler, and the conventional boiler. These boilers each have their own advantages and disadvantages. So, Which type of boiler does your home need? Well, here at Jenoli, we are leading boiler experts and heating experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to help you choose the right boiler.
Which type of boiler does your home need?
So, how can you make the right decision when it comes to choosing a boiler? Well, there are a number of things to consider, including:
- Your existing boiler system- it can be easier to swap a like for like boiler than to change to a different type of boiler. However, if your existing boiler is not effectively serving your home, you should look for a boiler that will be better suited to your requirements.
- The number of bathrooms- if your home as multiple bathrooms that are likely to be in use at the same time, it could be a good idea to choose a conventional boiler. This type of boiler uses hot water storage tanks so more than one tap can be in use at one time, without a drop in water pressure or temperature. This is something a combination boiler cannot do.
- Lack of storage- if you dont have a lot of room for storing hot water tanks, you should opt for a combination boiler. This is the smallest type of boiler and can be installed in almost any room in your home.
- Water pressure- if water pressure is important to you, a combination boiler will, in general, provide better water pressure, because the water is coming directly from the mains. Although you will need to wait a minute or two for the water to reach the desired temperature.
If you need more help or support deciding on your new boiler type, or for professional installation, why not contact us at Jenoli today?