Boiler Installation Stourbridge
2020 is finally here, a new decade, and a new start. Year in year out people use the new year as a time to make a difference in their lives, be it pursuing a new career path, living a healthier lifestyle, trying something new, living a new lifestyle, and much more. With 2020 being a new decade, the trend is being more than exaggerated. In this new decade, many young adults and children born in the 21st century will start families, become successful, start owning properties, and much more. Due to this, many people are taking starting a new lifestyle in this decade much more seriously and making more significant changes. Many things in the new year can be easily changed, for example, your fitness, diet, and much more, however, many things cannot. One of the things that definitely cannot be changed after the new year is the weather. After new years day, there remain over three months of winter remaining, meaning it is vital that your home has a fully working and efficient boiler to keep your home supplied with warmth and hot water. Without a boiler, winters would be extremely unpleasant, including for your health, which is why it is vital for your home to have a fully functioning boiler this winter.
What are the different types of boilers?
When it comes to the time where a boiler replacement is required, there are various different types of boilers available on the market for you to choose from. Each property is unique, therefore the boiler that is required is dependent on different factors such as the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and other rooms in the home. At Blue Flame Energy Solutions, we can source the ideal boiler for your home, based on the scale of the property and your preferences. Below are three different boiler types that are offered.
Both energy-efficient and simple, the system boiler is ideal for all types of domestic properties. System boilers heat and store water in a cylinder, which can be used whenever the water is required, for example when a tap or shower is turned on. System boilers are ideal for households with no more than one bathroom as you will have a constant flow of hot water. If you’re looking for a simple, yet efficient boiler, then a system boiler is ideal for your home.
A combi (combination) boiler is perhaps the most energy-efficient way of heating your home. One of the key benefits of combi boilers is that the system is a single compact unit, meaning there is no need for a large water storage unit. Water in a combi boiler is heated instantly on-demand, so nothing would ever be wasted and there would always be a running supply of hot water in your property. As water is delivered directly from the mains pressure you will also be able to have more power in your taps and shower.
Conventional boilers (also known as heat only boilers) use a system that comprises of a hot water storage cylinder as well as a hot water storage tank that is placed in the loft or cellar of the home. The cold water tank is fed directly into the water storage tank to maintain the water level of the system. A brand new conventional boiler system could potentially be the best option if you already own a conventional boiler system in an older home. Older radiators may not be able to handle the water pressure delivered by more modern combi boilers or system boilers.
Your boiler and central heating system is perhaps the most important system in your home, whatever type of boiler it may be, be it a combi, system, or conventional boiler. Throughout the year, it is highly important that your boiler is fully functioning at all times so your family, friends, or housemates can live an efficient and healthy lifestyle in a warm home with hot water. Without a high-quality functioning boiler in your home or property, you’ll either be stuck overspending on heating bills, washing in cold water or constantly paying for repairs, which can be highly costly. If your boiler is faulty, damaged, or even dangerous, get in touch with boiler experts Blue Flame Energy Solutions for Boiler Installation in Stourbridge, so we can investigate the issue immediately. We also provide free boilers under the ECO Scheme and other services such as air conditioning installation. Find out more today!