Wednesday, July 15, 2015
In 2005, a legislation was passed requiring all new gas-fuelled boiler installations in the United Kingdom to be the condensing heating system. This type of boiler can not only reduce CO2 emission by up to 25%, it can also cut down homeowners’ energy bills by as much as 40%. Of the various condensing boilers, the combination (or simply “combi”) broiler has become the most popular, making up more than 50% of new boiler installations in the country today. Combination or “combi” boilers are most preferred in flats because they eliminate the need for an added tank or cylinder, resulting in space saving and easier installation This central heater requires the least amount of pipework to bring both warm air and water to your home, and does away with cold water tanks, thus saving on space.
Gas boilers are an important part of any home in North London and anywhere else in the U.K. They are the main source of heating for cooking meals, staying warm on a cold night or having a nice relaxing bath. Despite their usefulness, gas boilers could become faulty if you don’t take care of them properly. To avoid that risk and the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, follow these simple boiler installation and maintenance tips to ensure the safety of your home. Professional Installation As with any essential equipment in the house, you would only benefit from professional installation. The experts say that boilers need to be installed by Gas Safe engineers to ensure that that they are properly fitted into your home and that there are no leaks.