Central Heating System is for heating entire home where warm water circulates through pipes, taking heat all over the place. Either these pipes can lead to radiators or underfloor pipes pumps heated water through and then the heat is released gently into the home. In Lanarkshire, combination of both radiators and underfloor heating is not uncommon. This system, over many years has developed into an efficient and advanced option to offer high level of comfort to family members. The heating solution is designed in a manner to suit your requirements and type of home you are living in.
In Lanarkshire, gas and oil boilers are most common. Every system is fitted with a thermostat and time controller, allowing warmth to be released only when it is required. Individual radiators are fitted with thermostats that provides precise control over the heating supplied to various parts of the home. The underfloor pipes one can only be installed in a new home or renovation, before laying down the slab; while wall-mounted radiators can be installed in new or existing homes.
New Central Heating apart from gas and oil is electric boilers. The main form of it is storage heaters. Though it is easier to install than gas boilers but can be a more expensive fuel than gas as it costs more to use per unit. While gas boilers need service every year to ensure proper working and safety.