Central Heating Systems
When it comes to domestic central heating installation, most clients go for a combi boiler, as it heats on demand and removes the need for a hot water storage tank.
Bed and Breakfast establishments, holiday lettings, and small hoteliers often go for a conventional boiler as it can provide hot water to lots of rooms without weakening hot water flow.
Larger commercial clients require larger boiler solutions as well as warm air heaters for large factories, schools and showrooms, and radiant tube heaters for localised heating solutions; such as offices within warehouses.
New Central Heating System: Which Boiler To Choose?
There are a few different choices when it comes to central heating boilers.
A Combi Boiler heats straight from the mains, so you don’t need to make space for a large hot water tank. It is the most popular choice for the average household and requires no hot water tank, so is a good space saver too.
With a conventional boiler, you will need a hot water tank but it can serve multiple taps and showers at the same time without weakening the flow. But, once all the water is used up, you will have to wait until it heats up another tank of water.
Most people choose Worcester or Vaillant Boilers, but there are many others out there that are great performers and good value for money.
Speak to our gas heating engineer to get some free advice and find out more about the best central heating installation for your home.
Gas Central Heating Installation Cost
If you are a domestic client looking for central heating installation cost 2018 it will be between £3500 and £4000 on average. This includes, purchasing a boiler, radiators and all the parts required to fit it plus labour.
Some boilers can be more expensive and will raise the price, but this is a good approximation for a budget central heating installation.