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Central Heating System Installations

Choosing your boiler and radiators?

Once you have chosen the type of boiler that would best suit your home, you will need to decide where to locate the boiler and radiators. The most popular locations for boilers include the kitchen, bathroom or utility room; most boilers are installed on or next to an outside wall. The boiler flue must also be positioned a reasonable distance away from openable doors and windows.

The number of radiators required will depend on the size of your property and the amount of rooms. In most cases, the radiators will be installed first, usually a few inches from the floor depending on the height of the skirting board. Radiators are often located underneath windows to improve the circulation of warm air around the room, but there are no strict rules about this, we can locate them wherever suitable.

Radiators or underfloor heating?

One of the most popular reasons to choose underfloor heating is because, as the name suggests, it is hidden under your floor. This frees up wall space and will give you the feeling of extra room throughout your home.


There are a lot of design options when it comes to radiators, so do not fall into the trap of thinking that you cannot get something to suit your interior design. Vertical radiators are growing in popularity, as there configuration means they do not have as much of an impact on furniture location.

As you might expect, laying down central heating system pipes can be a disruptive job and can involve taking up carpets and floorboards. We will complete the installation with minimal disruption and with the highest standards of workmanship. 

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