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Regular Boiler

What is a regular boiler?

A regular boiler, also known as a conventional boiler, relies on elevation for water flow and pressure.  

Works with low pressure

Works with low pressure

 Is a regular boiler right for you?

 

A regular boiler, also known as a conventional boiler, relies on elevation for water flow and pressure. The higher a feed tank is placed, the stronger the water pressure will be. One benefit of conventional boilers are that they work even if the water pressure coming from the mains is low.

A regular boiler has a feed tank (usually in the loft). The feed tank receives cold water from the mains and feeds it down to the boiler, there it is heated for radiators; it is also sent to a cylinder, which is also downstairs, to supply the taps and showers with hot water. Next to the feed tank, there will be an expansion tank which maintains a steady water level.

Regular boiler installation

Due to the extra components and space they require, installing a regular boiler is more complex than the other options, but they do have several benefits for large properties.

A regular boiler could be suitable for other reasons, such as if your property has an older radiator system. It is usually best to choose another regular/conventional boiler for your home, as a combi-boiler or system boiler may create unwanted high water pressure.

Whatever your boiler installation requirements, we have got you covered. We are the nations No.1 Diamond accredited installers of Worcester Bosch central heating systems, and all of our expertly trained installers are Gas Safe certified with plenty of professional experience.

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