The boilers used in our systems are the latest technology and energy efficient which can lead to substantial savings on fuel bills compared to older, less efficient, boilers.
Radiators used in our systems have stylish good looks and are complemented by a heat transfer design which ensures the energy efficient of all expensive central heating fuels. Their sleek design and modest dimensions embrace a water envelope which demands remarkably low water content to provide controllable, swift heat up and high output. Each radiator is enamel finished and comes complete with factory fitted top grills and side panels as standard.
Each radiator is fitted with a thermostatic control which allows control of temperature in each room and also minimises unnecessary heating use.
The systems are fitted with a time switch to control your central heating and hot water on/off programmes.
System design temperatures are guaranteed to the following when the outside temperature is -1°C and boiler working temperature is 82°C.
The pipework used in our systems is copper or barrier pipe, sized according to suit system design. The pipework to radiators is 10mm copper or barrier pipe with a white pvc coating which reduces system noise caused by expansion and contraction. It also insulates the pipe work to reduce heat loss and protects it from knocks by a hoover.
All pipework beneath ventilated floor voids or in attic spaces is insulated with water bye-law 30 grade insulation and has a wall thickness of 25mm when used on 15mm pipe and 19mm wall thickness when used on 22mm pipe. This reduces unwanted heat loss substantially - further saving on fuel bills.
The system electrics are protected by a double pole fused isolating switch rated to 3 amp which is situated next to the boiler. The switch also provides safety when maintenance is being carried out.
The new systems are earth bonded to the current edition of the IEE wiring regulations. This includes cross bonding to all new pipework and equipotential bonding to the toilet and kitchen radiators. This work is carried out for your safety. If a Gas Safe registered installer does not carry out this work when installing a new system, they must inform you with a written document to have this work carried out by a competent electrician.