Having working heating in your house is a must. While you tend to shrug it off during the summer when you don’t need it, any problems will become evident during the winter. You definitely want to avoid having a ‘no heat’ situation during the coldest months in Bath, so knowing a little more about these things can help get you on the right track and make sure that your heating is always going to be operational. The first thing you want to do is to check what kind of a boiler does your house have. While you can certainly purchase new Bath boilers, if you are concerned about the condition the current one is in, you might not need to rush the new purchase.
Identify the type of boiler you have
The first thing you need to know is that boilers rarely actually boil water nowadays. There might be a few antique models left, but today’s Bath boilers use natural gas to heat water quickly and efficiently. First, you should assess the model of your boiler. The two major differences to tell them apart are standard efficiency and high efficiency. Typically, a standard efficiency boiler is vented with the use of metal pipes, while the high-efficiency ones need to be vented through PVC pipes. Depending on how old is it, you might find that it is not functioning up to its full capacity. In fact, if it produces less heat than it is supposed to, you might need to have it checked out, there is a strong possibility something might be wrong with it.
This article was provided by Worcester Boilers Bath.co.uk/