Boiler Installation Decisions: Do You Need A New Combi Boiler Today?

Combination (a.k.a. combi) boilers are a popular choice among homeowners today. In fact you may be considering installing a combi boiler for various reasons, such as the absence of a boiler in your new home or the need to replace an old, inefficient boiler. Regardless of the reason why you are interested, a combi boiler should be at the top of your boiler installation considerations.

Why a combi boiler in particular? Combination boilers are one part high-efficiency water heater and one part central heating boiler, ingeniously crafted to save space without compromising performance. This is what’s made combi boilers so popular among U.K. homes today—such boilers now account for over half of all new boilers installed in Britain yearly.

Determining whether you need a combi boiler installed relies heavily on knowledge of its specific perks. For one, the compact size of such boilers make them attractive because they don’t need hulking water tanks or cylinders just to keep your home’s heating line fed. Combi boilers are also incredibly indispensable for people who doesn’t like to wait for their hot water—with combination units, water is heated up directly from the mains, facilitating faster delivery.

Combination boilers offered by companies, such as LB Plumbing and Heating, come in varying sizes and styles, so you’ll need to be vigilant in choosing a unit for your home. The foremost concern you have is choosing the right size of boiler. This will depend on how big your home is and how many rooms it has. If you are intimidated by the thought of having to choose a boiler, do not hesitate to consult a skilled plumber. A trained professional can easily help you determine the best boiler for your home.


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