How Do ‘A’ Rated Boilers Work?

Isnt it terrible that even when im on my hard earned bank hols im still working in another blog. Ho hum at least the weather is stunning though im still wearing long trousers cause if the wind. So whats a beach and a boiler got to do with each othe4? Well I think we’ll get to that later. An a rated boiler is obviously one that is also called a condensate boiler. By law you wont be able to buy a non condensate boiler any more in most situations. The most visual difference is that there will be a white plastic pipe coming out the bottom of the new boilers and not from the old ones. Inside there will be alot different though. The new boiler works at a lower temperatures which will mean that instead of it reaching around 300` it will be around 90`. The radiators and cylinder will take slightly longer to heat up but this will hardly be noticeable. You will notice the lower gas and electric bills though. With boiler now coming with 7 or even 10 year manufacturers warranties and cylinders with 25 year warranties the summer would be a great time to upgrade your heating system. Which takes me back to the beach. If your planning on taking a beach holiday here in sunny Blighty or somewhere more exotic like Spain, Israel or even the Maldives then you can get your system upgraded while your away.
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Till next time;-) B