If you are renovating a new home, having a new build constructed, or you’re in the business of ‘flipping’ houses, then you might need to consider updating the boiler, radiators and pipe work for a new central heating installation. This short guide informs you of the essential facts of central heating installation to make the most economical and energy-efficient decisions.
Work out which type of system you need
Before contacting a registered central heating installation expert, work out which type of system and boiler will best suit the property. If you’re developing flats, you might consider a combi boiler that doesn’t require a separate water tank, or in an office space, you might opt for a dry central heating system.
Once you’ve decided on the type of system, you require you’ll need to assess where to locate the new boiler. Most people tend to situate their boilers in kitchens, utility rooms or even the loft. Just ensure that if the boiler is housed in a room where the temperature might drop, it is well insulated.
Numbers of radiators
As well as analysing the location of the boiler, you also need to estimate the number of radiators you require. Online resources help you calculate the British Thermal Unit of a radiator to give an accurate guide as to how many you’ll need.
Contact a professional for central heating installation
Now you have a central heating system in mind, it’s time to contact a Gas Safe registered and Safe Contractor accredited plumber to carry out the central heating installation. At Brewins Plumbers, we offer a free home visit and no-obligation quote and can arrange an installation at your convenience.