Were a combi boiler used in a larger house where hot water is often needed in more than one place at the same time, it may not be able to cope with the demand. A simple bit of research is valuable in ensuring that a homeowner gets the maximum benefit of a central heating system from their house.
London, UK (PRWEB) August 12, 2009
Homeowners looking to invest in a boiler replacement or indeed a new central heating system altogether should research the benefits of different boilers in relation to their requirements before committing to a purchase according to Boilerguide, the UK's leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler-related issues.
Boilerguide has indicated that homeowners frequently make boiler and central heating decisions without being properly informed, and therefore don't think about what is the right kind of boiler for their home.
Advancements in the technology of central heating boilers has resulted in there being many different types of boiler available, and many homeowners first instinct is a tendency to lean towards the cheapest option. This, as Boilerguide points out, is the wrong way to go about a boiler purchase.
"Homeowners must always bear in mind the needs of their home when looking into purchasing a new boiler" commented David Holmes, founder of Boilerguide.
"A larger home with two or more bathrooms will benefit much more from a regular gas boiler, as the separate hot and cold water tanks can provide multiple bathrooms with hot water at the same time. Combi boilers are much more suitable for smaller homes, as they are designed to supply hot water as and when required.
"Were a combi boiler used in a larger house where hot water is often needed in more than one place at the same time, it may not be able to cope with the demand. A simple bit of research is valuable in ensuring that a homeowner gets the maximum benefit of a central heating system from their house."
Boilerguide is a free online resource that helps homeowners to find heating engineers to solve any problems that they may have regarding their boilers or central heating, for example the need for a routine boiler service.
Heating engineers can register on Boilerguide for free, and are only charged for any leads that are successfully generated through the website. The price of each lead is dependent upon the type of work gained, but with a guaranteed return on investment, Boilerguide is a powerful and cost effective sales tool.
For more information on Boilerguide, please visit Boilerguide.co.uk.