Central heating efficiency

Your central heating system keeps you warm and comfortable and helps to make your house feel like a home.

Since 2005 Building Regulations have required all that newly installed domestic central heating boilers are ‘A’ Rated (on a scale of A to G) for energy efficiency. This means that they need to be at least 90% efficient at converting the type of energy they use (gas, oil or LPG) into heat energy. 

The traditional heating method of choice for most homes and businesses has been radiators. But in recent years they’ve got competition in the form of underfloor heating. Whilst underfloor heating is a larger initial outlay, it does repay in the long run with high energy savings. Particularly when paired with a renewable energy source, underfloor heating can prove to be extremely cost effective.

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