Choosing domestic heating for a home can be a pretty involved process, if you’re not familiar with the options that are available. This is why it’s considered a good idea to first consult with an expert before making any decisions. At DSE, our installation and servicing teams are highly experienced and qualified in the industry when it comes to installing and maintaining reliable and cost effective domestic heating systems. This is a huge consideration when you take into account that your home heating bill could very well be the largest home expense that you will pay each year.
A boiler installation that is less than optimal can result in unnecessarily large heating bills for you and your family. In addition, inferior quality parts and less than optimal installation can result in repairs that needlessly add to the cost of maintaining your home with unexpected domestic boiler servicing calls.
There are a number of different types of domestic heating boilers and domestic heating systems that we can provide, depending on what type will work best in your home.
The combination boiler systems, that we install, are some of the most popular options for home heating. This involves the use of compact system components since hot water cylinders and cold-water storage tanks aren’t required. We can provide different types of combination boilers in order to meet the specific size and configuration of your home.
We can also install an open vent boiler that will be utilised as a domestic central heating system. Like combination boilers, these are also compact in size, requiring minimum space. This relates to the fact that a separate water storage tank is unnecessary. This type of boiler can be the perfect complement to an open-vented heating system. These boilers are available in an extensive range of heat output capacities. This means that they can be chosen according to a variety of apartment or home configurations and sizes.
This is also considered an excellent option for the central heating system of a home. A boiler of this type can be used for both home heating and a home’s hot water needs. This compact system utilises a storage cylinder that will be located inside an airing cupboard. An additional tank for water storage will not be needed, as well.
As you can see, there are a number of different considerations and options when choosing the right heating system for a home. Some of those considerations include; efficiency, heat output, size, storage and cost.