High Efficiency Gas Boiler

What types of High Efficiency Condensing Gas Boilers are available?

Our gas services includes working collaboratively with all the leading gas boiler manufacturers Glowworm, Baxi, Ideal, Worchester Bosch and Vokera, to ensure we can install the most fuel efficient heating solutions in your home. We will not install any boiler with an efficiency less than 91%.

High Efficiency Condensing Gas Boiler

High-efficiency condensing boilers can be fitted to most new and old heating systems and are so small they can often be fitted in a kitchen cupboard. The easiest way to check if your boiler is energy efficient is by its age. If it's between 10-15 years old then it is likely to be less efficient. Replace it with a new high-efficiency condensing boiler and you could save you around a third on your fuel bills. If you've had your boiler for 15 years or more, then replacing it will avoid mounting repair costs as well as reducing your bills. If you're refitting your kitchen or bathroom, you can minimise cost and disruption by fitting a new high-efficiency condensing boiler at the same time.

Condensing Boiler

A condensing boiler is a high efficiency modern boiler that incorporates an extra heat exchanger so that the hot exhaust gases lose much of their energy to pre-heat the water in the boiler system.  When working at peak efficiency, the water vapour produced in the combustion process condenses back into liquid form releasing the latent heat of  vaporisation. The photo shows a cutaway combination condensing boiler. It is mounted on a wall and the exhaust gases will rise through the plastic flue in the top left corner. Hot water is provided by a small storage tank on the right: the tank (which is covered by insulating foam) has been cut open to show the tightly wound quick refresh coil inside it. At the bottom of the photo are a number of pipes going into the boiler. One carries the gas for the burner and there are two (in and out) for the central heating system. The plastic pipe on the right carries the condensed water vapour produced by burning the gas.

System Boiler

Both system boilers and regular conventional boilers provide stored hot water - but one differs from the other in some important ways. With the system model, many of the components are built in, which means installation is quicker, easier and more efficient. The boiler also includes an expansion vessel so there is no need for a tank in the loft, saving you space.

Combi Condensing gas Boiler

The highly efficient, condensing combi or combination boiler is an ingenious space-saving device. The biggest difference between a combi and other types of boiler is its ability to eliminate the need to store hot water. It is both a high-efficiency water heater and central heating boiler, combined - hence the name. Located in one compact unit, which usually sits in the kitchen or utility room, there's enormous space saving benefits from the lack of a hot water storage cylinder or cold water storage cistern. The combi also delivers significant savings and hot water is delivered through your taps or shower at mains pressure. So you can enjoy a powerful shower without the need for a pump. And as there are no tanks in the roof space, there's less pipe work and a shorter installation time.

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