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Combination Boiler

A combination or ‘combi’ boiler is both a high efficiency water heater and a central heating boiler in a single compact unit. Combi boilers heat water directly from the mains when you turn on a tap, so you won’t need a hot water storage cylinder or a cold water storage tank.

Combi boilers are also very cost-effective and energy-efficient as water is heated instantly rather than being heated and then stored in a cylinder. An added benefit is that hot water is delivered at mains pressure, which means that you could get a powerful shower without the need for a separate pump.


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Conventional boilers

Conventional boilers, also referred to as heat only, traditional or regular boilers, operate your central heating system through a separate water cylinder and boiler.

Conventional boilers are ideally suited to homes that already have a traditional heating and hot water system which is linked to a separate hot water cylinder. These boilers also need a cold water storage tank in the loft to feed the hot water cylinder as well as a tank that maintains the water level of the central heating system.


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System boilers

A System boiler directly heats your central heating system and produces hot water for a storage cylinder. They work like a Regular (Conventional) boiler in that they need to store hot water, but unlike Regular boilers they take their water supply directly from the mains.

System boilers require a cylinder for storing hot water, however the major heating and hot water system components are built into the boiler itself, making it quicker and easier to install. In addition, there is no need for a tank in the loft, so it can be an option in a home with little or no loft space or where the space is earmarked for a conversion.

These boilers are also compatible with solar water heating systems, which deliver environmental benefits as well as lower energy bills.


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Air Source Heat Pump

An air source heat pump is a system which transfers heat from outside to inside a building, or vice versa. Under the principles of vapor compression refrigeration, an ASHP uses a refrigerant system involving a compressor and a condenser to absorb heat at one place and release it at another.


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Ground Source Heat Pump

A geothermal heat pump or ground source heat pump is a central heating and/or cooling system that transfers heat to or from the ground. It uses the earth all the time, without any intermittency, as a heat source or a heat sink.

Ground source heat pump systems are made up of a ground loop (a network of water pipes buried underground) and a heat pump at ground level.


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