Installing a highly efficient new central heating system is a great idea for anyone looking to reduce their bills and cut their carbon dioxide emissions. Plumbing wise provide heating installation in North London that will improve your comfort as it supplies continuous heat throughout the entire home whilst being highly energy efficient.
Modern boilers and heating systems come with a range of options to create a central heating and hot water system that is most suited to your home, personal usage requirements and budget.
Where do you start and how do you decide what is right for you?
First and foremost, you will need to consider your circumstances, as there are many factors to consider.
Let’s start with the most important, fundamental considerations…
How many radiators do you anticipate having in the rooms?In considering your property, you will need to consider the number of floors, rooms and bathrooms which the boiler and central heating system will need to provide for.
- What about the entrance lobby, hallways or stairway landings?
- How many bath or shower rooms are there?
Okay, so now you have an idea of the scale of things.
The next step is perhaps one of the biggest considerations; your usage requirements. This is of course is dependent on the size of your home and the number of people in your household. Apart from heating your home, you will need to consider the amount of hot water you will typically use on a daily basis and how it is likely used. A common consideration in households with more than one bathroom, is whether you will need to use the hot water simultaneously.
By understanding the nature of your usage, it will help to determine the type of boiler that is most suitable for your requirements and whether or not you will require a hot tank /cylinder to be installed as part of your heating system. Essentially there are three main types of gas central heating system set-ups to consider, each of which comes with it’s own advantages and disadvantages.
If you would like to speak to a Plumbing Wise Heating Engineer directly regarding a boiler breakdown, boiler repair, servicing or certification, please call Peter Godfrey on 07930 336 795.