Regular Boilers

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Regular Boilers

What is a Regular Boiler?

A regular boiler system needs a large feed tank typically located in the home’s attic. This tank receives cold water from the mains and feeds it down to your boiler, where it is heated for your radiators and a water cylinder (downstairs) which heats the water for your taps and shower. An expansion tank is also installed alongside the feed tank, which helps to maintain a steady water level.

Here at Home Heating Systems Ltd, we offer a wide range of regular boilers from the UK’s leading boiler brand Worcester Bosch. You can receive up to a 12 year guarantee and finance options are also available.

What are the benefits of a regular boiler?

A regular boiler is an excellent choice if you live in a home with several bathrooms or frequently require heating and hot water. Its large storage capacity for hot water means that multiple taps and outlets can be used simultaneously.

Ideal for Large, Busy Homes

A Regular boiler is perfect for large homes with multiple bathrooms, bedrooms and radiators. It can supply hot water to several outlets simultaneously, which is excellent for big, busy families.

Good Choice for Low-Pressure Areas

A Regular boiler does not rely on the mains for water pressure, so if the pressure is low in your local area, it can be a preferable option.

Difference between regular and combi boilers

A combi boiler is a more modern system and the most commonly installed boiler in the UK today. A combi boiler is an all-in-one unit that does not need a cistern in the attic or a hot water cylinder.
The combi takes its cold water supply directly from the mains and heats it on demand. This means there is no large store of hot water, so they are generally only recommended for small to medium-sized homes with less hot water.