New Boiler?

Combi - Regular - System

What Type of Boiler do I need?   this can be depandant on a number of factors which all need to be considered.
  • Your current System
  • Your current and possibly your future requirements
  • The correct size boiler needed to heat your home and hot water requirements
  • A boiler with a good manufacturer backup

All of the answers to these questions can be answered by ourselves to help you make the correct decision in choosing your new boiler.  Full requirements can be discussed on survey and all your questions answered.

On visiting your property:

  • We will establish your current heating system, discuss you needs to see if they will stay the same or change in the future.
  • We will measure your property to be able to advise you on the correct size of the boiler required.  Your original boiler maybe incorrectly sized, or you may of improved other factors ie: Installed Double Glazed Windows, Cavity Wall Insulation or Higher Levels of Loft Insulation.
  • We will check mains water flow rates when advising on the installation of a Combination Boiler, to advise on size suitability.
  • We recommend installing a Worcester Boiler with a '5' Year warranty on parts and labour protection for total peace of mind.
  • We will leave you with the relevant information on the Boiler for you to look over.

 Call 07850 867939 or e-mail maxheat@sky.com to arrange a new obligation quottation or for advice on your requirements.

How do I decide which type of condensing boiler best suits my needs?

There are 3 different types of high-efficiency condensing boiler:

  • Combi
  • Regular (a regular boiler is often also referred to as a "traditional" or "conventional" boiler.)
  • System

Each type delivers all the benefits of high-efficiency technology, but which one you choose will depend on several factors, including your property, your lifestyle and the professional advice of your Installer.

 

Here are a few examples and guidelines to think about and help you identify the type of condensing boiler most likely suited to your needs.

Consideration Most suitable boiler
You want to use your loft space for a room conversion or other purpose COMBI
You live in a flat or bungalow (i.e. have very little or no roof space) COMBI
Your home has more than 2 bathrooms REGULAR OR SYSTEM
Your main water pressure is low REGULAR OR SYSTEM
You want to replace an old boiler to improve an existing conventional central heating system REGULAR, SYSTEM or COMBI
There is a need to have hot water available on tap without waiting for it to heat up. COMBI

For more Information please see the pages on Combi boiler, Regular Boiler & System Boiler.

We only install 'A' rated boilers

Efficiency

If your boiler is over 15 years old and your annual fuel bill is high, you might want to consider getting a new one installed. Boilers over 15 years old are often only around 60 per cent efficient (G rated or less), which means that for every pound spent on fuel, 40p is wasted. New condensing boilers are over 90% efficient and are A rated for efficiency, so not only do they reduce your bills but are better for the environment!  All newly installed boilers must be the energy efficient condensing type to meet with current legislation.

Choose quality heating controls - good heating controls, including a thermostat and auto-timer switches such as compensating room thermostats, will allow you to adjust the level of heat required, thus improving the efficiency of the heating system, and cutting high fuel costs.