Boiler Replacement & Servicing
Central Heating solutions in the Chichester area
Boiler Installation & Central Heating
SIR Plumbing Services are approved by ‘Gas Safe Registration‘ for boiler replacement & installation of central heating systems in Chichester and surrounding areas. Are you looking for an efficient gas central heating service? What we offer as part of central heating services:
Get in touch to arrange a free home visit from our engineer at a time and date to suit you to discuss all options available and provide technical advice on how to get the best heating system. Or if you have an existing boiler and central heating system we can undertake repairs and services as very competitive prices. Boiler replacement can dramatically help reduce your running costs straight away.
New boiler installation and service support
When you instruct SIR Plumbing Services to carry out your new boiler installation work you can be rest assured that you’re in safe hands. Operating in the Chichester area covering a region or approximately 25 miles radius, we’re flexible and trustworthy and most importantly we always work to find solutions to meet customer expectations and budgets.
Replacing ageing boilers and heating components will result in a more efficient heating system that will last longer and cause you fewer problems over the long term. You will benefit from the lower cost of maintenance as well as reduced fuel bills.
Repair or replace
Sometimes it’s worth repairing an existing boiler rather than incurring the additional expense of new boiler installations. You can count on receiving a frank and honest assessment from your experienced SIR engineer, who will advise you on the best course of action for your situation. Furthermore, both our work and the boilers we install are guaranteed, so you can rest assured you will always receive the highest standard of service from SIR Plumbing Services.
Which new boiler is suitable for you?
Choosing the correct boiler is an important decision for any household. As gas boiler installers in the Chichester area, we are here to help you make the right choice – call us and we will be happy to discuss what is best for you. Most types of boiler are high efficiency or ‘condensing’ boilers.
This Means the boiler recovers more heat from the gas burnt, making them much more efficient than conventional boilers, with seasonal efficiencies in excess of 90%. although high efficiency boilers are more expensive to install, they are very economical – and can repay the extra initial cost in fuel savings.
Operating throughout Chichester, Hunston, Siddlesham, Selsey, West Wittering, East Wittering, Itchenor, Fishbourne, Southbourne, Emsworth, Bognor Regis, Aldwick, Pagham, Bracklesham, and across a large area of the Chichester surrounding villages, our plumbers and Gas Safe professionals are on hand for a fast response to each and every call.
The 3 types of boiler categories to choose from
The boiler heats your central heating system Directly and produce hot water stored in a pressurized tank. They are conventional boilers and are similar, but differ in a couple of important ways:
Unvented water cylinders work Directly from mains water. The Principles of heating water are the same as vented, they heat water Indirectly by a primary heat exchanger, but because the water pressure comes Directly from the mains, the flow of hot water is much better.
What are the advantages and Disadvantages of an unvented hot water cylinder?
Because unvented cylinders provide hot water at mains pressure constantly, there is no need for a cold water storage tank and extra pipe work. In Addition, as they use pressure from the mains rather than gravity, the hot water cylinder can be placed almost anywhere.
The boilers heat your central heating system Directly and produce hot water stored in a vented tank. They are conventional boilers are similar, but differ in a couple of important ways:
A vented cylinder has a vent pipe, Which Allows it to be a subject atmospheric pressure. The mains water is fed it, and stored in a second cold water storage tank (usually in the loft) and, from there, it goes to the appliances in the home. Because the water supply is gravity-fed and pump sometimes needs to be added for a strong flow of water, both for domestic hot water and heating.
What are the advantages and Disadvantages of a vented hot water cylinder?
The main advantage of installing vented hot water cylinders is they are much less complicated - making them easier to install, and cost less to buy and Maintain. Indirectly They heat water is a primary heat exchanger, Which is much more economical. However, the fact That they need a cold water storage tank Means the system takes up more space than an unvented hot water cylinder.
‘Combi’ boilers Provide heating and hot water from the boiler Directly. They are ingenious, space-saving devices and an amazing most popular choice in UK homes.
These boilers have both a high-efficiency water heaters and central heating boilers, within one compact (combined) unit. And, unlike traditional boilers, there is no separate hot water cylinder. In Addition, they Provide significant savings on hot water costs, and deliver hot water to your taps and shower at mains pressure, without the need for a pump. Furthermore, they save you money, because no tank Means less pipe work and Shorter installation times.
For properties where a higher demand of hot water is needed the higher the kw of the boiler the better, however combi boilers do not cope well with 2 or more hot water outlet running at the same time in the same property. Only combi storage boilers are designed to run 2 shower at same time. Where this is a requirement a system boiler with an unvented cylinder should be considered.
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