A combi boiler directly heats water from the mains when you turn on a tap or your heating. It uses a flow switch to sense the demand and ignite a gas burner. This burner heats a component called a heat exchanger, which transfers its heat to the water flowing through it.
If you're running a tap, the boiler prioritizes heating that water. If your heating is on, a part called a diverter valve directs the heat towards the water for your radiators.
What sets combi boilers apart is their ability to provide heating and hot water on-demand, rather than storing hot water. This makes them more energy-efficient, providing heat when and where you need it, and saving you money.
They heat on demand which can result in huge savings for households that are use to a boiler that hears litres of water on standby that doesn’t always get used
Combi boilers are small in size and easy to hide, along side eliminating the need for hot water tanks, cylinders and heat pumps.
Combis don’t require a storage tank or water cylinder – with it being a single unit that is relatively small there is more flexibility on where you can have it installed.
Select your brand new boiler and fill out our online quote form, whether you're looking for a compact combi boiler or powerful system - we've got a range to suit all your homes needs.
We’ll be in touch for a thorough survey of your property either remotely or on site, after which our experts will be in touch with a quote for installation.
Choose a payment/ finance option and we'll book in a date for your engineer to install your brand-new boiler, remove the old boiler and show you how everything works.
Have any further questions? Get in touch with one of our experts to discuss your options!