Worcester Bosch Boilers Southampton
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What Is A Condensing Boiler?
Fuelled by gas or oil, condensing boilers work by recovering most of the heat that would usually escape through the flue, this wastage is then cooled and condensed into liquid and passed back into the heating system through a specially designed heat exchange.
This process makes the condensing boilers at least 90% efficient compared with 70%-80% of conventional boiler designs. Since the update to building regulations in 2005 it is now essential that any replacement boiler be it gas or oil, be a condensing boiler.
A high efficiency condensing boiler is a good choice if you’re looking for a greener and more efficient boiler. This is because condensing boilers are able to make better use of the heat they generate from burning fuels.
A condensing boiler captures some of the heat from these gases and uses it to heat water returning from your central heating system. It there for requires less heat from the burner therefore making it more efficient. All new modern boilers, such as Worcester Bosch Boilers are condensing, so if you are thinking of replacing an old boiler with a new one, you will be buying a new condensing boiler and gaining all of the efficiency savings that come with it.
Why Worcester Bosch Boilers?
Worcester have been manufacturing quality and reliable boilers and heating products for over 50 years. Their Greenstar boilers are all matched to Worcester’s high standards and guarantee you a high performance and energy efficient boiler.
Each and every single Greenstar gas and oil range has been awarded a Which? best buy award which is based on customer feedback and surveys.
Your new Worcester Bosch Boiler will meet building regulation standards and are available in a range of outputs and fuel types to meet your needs. By finding the right new boiler for your central heating system in Southampton, you could see savings of hundreds of pounds a year on your energy bills.
Worcester Bosch Boilers, have a full environmental policy which have taken many actions to protect our environment, in 2000 they engaged with installers, heating engineers, house builders and children to think about the environment. Yearly awards are given out each year to all the worthy winners.
With Worcester Bosch’s commitment they have the highest standard of manufacturing over the last 50 years which has led them to win the Which? Best Buy awards seven years running and a Royal Warrant to supply Worcester Bosch Boilers to Her Majesty the Queen’s Sandringham Estate. So when you choose Worcester Bosch you know you will be receiving the best quality and service when it comes to your boiler installations.
Choosing the Right Worcester Bosch Boiler
Worcester’s boilers come in gas, propane (LPG), and oil fuel types, meaning whatever the needs of your home and heating system; Heatworks can match the right boiler for you.
Whether you need a boiler suitable for a large home with one or two bathrooms, a space saving boiler for smaller spaces, a boiler that’s compatible with solar panels, or simply have higher heating and hot water demands; Worcester Bosch have the perfect home or commercial property boiler for you.
It couldn’t be easier! Heatworks will help you find the right new Worcester Bosch Boiler, install it on your property, and if you need a helping hand with payments owe also offer Boiler Finance across the Southampton area is just what you need.
Types of Worcester Bosch Boilers
At Heatworks we can provide you with three different types of Worcester Bosch Boilers, all of which one of our fully trained and qualified engineers will advise you on the best choice for your home. The three types of Worcester Bosch Boilers we supply are:
- Combi Boilers
- System Boilers
- Regular Boilers
A combi boiler is both a high efficiency water heater and central heating in a single compacted unit. Water is directly heated from the mains when you turn on the tap, so you don’t need a hot or cold water storage tank.
A combi boiler is also cost effective and energy efficient as water is heated rapidly rather than being stored in a water storage cylinder. An added benefit of this means hot water is delivered at mains pressure which means you can get a powerful shower without the need for a separate pump.
System boilers require a cylinder for storing hot water, however the heating and hot water system components are built into the boiler itself, making it quick and easy to install. What’s more is there is no need for a tank in the loft so it can be a fantastic option in a home with little or no loft space. A system boiler is also compatible with solar water heating systems which deliver environmental benefits as well as lower energy bills.
A traditional or conventional boilers are more suited to homes that already have a traditional heating and hot water system which is linked to a separate hot water cylinder. These boilers need a cold water storage tank in the loft to feed the hot water cylinder as well as a tank that maintains the level of the central heating system.
A regular boiler may be the best option for replacing an existing boiler if the property has an older radiator system, as it might not be able to cope with the higher water pressure that is delivered by system or combi boilers.
Your Heating and Hot Water in Safe Hands
At Heatworks your heating and hot water are in safe hands, we will only recommend the best products for your family and home. This is why we are proud to be installers of Worcester Bosch Boilers. At Heatworks we know making a decision on choosing what type of product can be most effective when taking into consideration your home and lifestyle.
A new heating system will always vastly improve efficiency but it can be a sizable investment, so it’s important to choose wisely, just like purchasing any other large appliance for your home it makes sense to look beyond the buying price and consider the lifetime costs.
For New Worcester Bosch Boilers in Southampton, Call Heatworks!
Should require a new or replacement boiler across the Southampton area, look no further, simply contact the team at Heatworks.
Having a wealth of experience in boiler installation and central heating systems means you can trust Heatworks to help you choose the right boiler for your requirements.
So what are you waiting for, for more information on our new boilers, call our team today!
Frequently Asked Questions About Worcester Bosch Boilers in Southampton
Which Type of Boiler Do I Need?
Combination boilers offer instantaneous domestic hot water as well as central heating, and as such are very convenient. However, their design is more complex than conventional boilers and the lifespan is typically 10-12 years, depending on the build quality & hardness of your water. Conventional cast iron boilers have a longer life, 20 years is not uncommon. Do not hesitate to contact Heatworks today where one of our heating engineers will be more than happy to advise you on the correct boiler for your home and lifestyle.
What is Gas Safety Registered?
The Gas Safe registration implies that at least one of the operatives of a company/partnership has achieved the technical proficiency in order to handle Gas Safely. It is ILLEGAL for a non-registered individual to work on any gas appliance. You can be assured that all of our engineers at Heatworks are fully qualified and Gas Safe Registered.
I Have an Old Boiler Can you Service It?
At Heatworks we can service any boiler, if our engineers on inspection of the boiler feel that there is a need for repair or upgrade then we estimate costing at time of service.
My Central Heating Has Started Turning Itself on Whether I Like It or Not
This is usually down to a failed motorised valve (on a conventional cylinder/boiler system). This is usually a fault within the diverter valve mechanism; this isn’t something you can fix yourself. Call Heatworks today and we can advise the boiler/system type.
How Often Should I Replace my Boiler?
A boiler should last up to 15 years, with regular inspections and servicing. Over one million boilers are replaced each year within the UK. According to the Energy Saving Trust, the average domestic boiler is only 70% efficient, even then after a decade of use this efficiency is dramatically reduced.
Even if your boiler is less than 10 years old you could still dramatically reduce your monthly energy bills by installing an energy efficient A rated boiler.
Don’t let the cost of a new boiler get you hot under the collar, use our financial calculator below to discover low monthly repayments that suit your budget and have your central heating system back up and running in no time.
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