Combi Boilers

Combi boilers are among the most popular types of boiler you can have in your home today. While some boilers require a separate hot water tank to store the hot water until it is needed, this is not the case with a combi boiler. This is where the name comes from – it is so described because it does more than one thing, and it can do them in combination with each other too.

For example you can have the heating on and still get hot water from the bath tap to run a bath if you want to. Lots of people are choosing to get a combi boiler installed in their home when their existing boiler gives up on them. When you find out more about how these boilers work you will see how effective they can be.

Combi Boiler Prices

It is very important to shop around when you are looking to buy a new combi boiler. Typically speaking you will pay one price for the boiler and an additional price to have a competent qualified person to install it for you. Most professional businesses will quote one price to cover both the boiler and the installation itself. Be sure to shop around to get the best possible price you can.

Our simple to use quotation service is completely free and enables you to get three quick and accurate quotations for installing a new combi boiler in your home. Use the easy quotation form provided now to get the figures you need.

What is a Combi Boiler?

A typical combi boiler

A typical combi boiler

Combi boiler is the shortened name given to a combination boiler. It is given this name because it does two specific jobs. Firstly it provides the heat you need to warm the radiators in your home. Secondly it provides hot water on tap.

This is great news if you don’t want to have a separate hot water tank in your home. Since these tanks can be rather big it makes sense not to have one if you are short on space. Indeed if you currently have one and you want to get rid of it, you can do so by investing in a combi boiler instead.

These boilers do have many advantages, not least the space saving aspect. But there is also the fact that you won’t run out of hot water when you need it most. If you have a large family you may have run into problems if your hot water tank wasn’t big enough to provide enough water for showers, baths and washing up all in one go. With a combi boiler this problem won’t occur because it heats the water as required, rather than drawing on a reserve of it held in a hot water tank.

As you can see, combi boilers give you many advantages but remember to shop around for the best price if you have decided to get one for your own needs. Our free and easy system does just that on your behalf – all you need to do is fill in the form.

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