New Boilers

New Boiler installations in the Peterborough area.

Replacement & New Installations of A rated Condensing boilers fitted in the Peterborough area - undertaken by professional, qualified, fully insured, Gas Safe registered Heating Engineer.


There are 4 different types of boiler available:

  • Combi boiler (or ‘combination’ boiler)
  • Regular boiler (often also referred to as a ‘traditional’ or ‘conventional’ boiler)
  • System boiler
  • Back Boiler
Combi boilers provide heating and hot water directly from the boiler. Regular and system boilers heat your central heating system directly and produce hot water for your cylinder.
Which boiler you need will depend on several factors, including your property and lifestyle.
 

Back Boilers

Recently Available is a condensing A rated direct replacement for Back Boilers from Baxi.
The only available direct replacement for Back Boilers.
 

Heat only boilers

 
 

 

A heat only (or open vent) boiler is usually connected to two tanks in the loft and a hot water cylinder in the airing cupboard. A small expansion tank supplies water to the boiler and radiators, and a larger cold water storage tank provides the cold water feed to a hot water cylinder. They can be gravity fed or pumped.
 
Is this the ideal boiler?
  • You already have a heat only boiler and want to replace it as inexpensively as possible.
  • You want to run hot water from different sources at the same time.
  • You have enough space in the loft to house storage tanks.
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System boilers

 
 
 
 
 
A system (or pressurised sealed system) boiler uses a sealed hot water storage cylinder which is usually installed in an airing cupboard. There is no need for an expansion tank in the roof as the combination of boiler and cylinder allows you to run mains pressure hot water from more than one outlet at the same time.
 
Is this the ideal boiler?
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  • You live in a larger home with more than one bathroom.
  • Your household has hot water needs that can’t be met by a combi.
  • You need stored hot water but want to keep the loft space free and dry.
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Combination boilers

 
 

 
 
'Combi' boilers deliver hot water on demand and are very economical to run because they don’t use an external hot water tank. The fact they don’t take up much space and you never have to wait for hot water makes them a popular choice, especially in households where it’s not possible to have a storage tank.
 
Is this the ideal boiler?
  • You live in a small house or flat without many bathrooms, or want more space.
  • You want to convert your loft but currently have a water storage tank in it.
  • You want instant hot water in your home and drinkable water from every cold tap.