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Gas Heating

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Oil Heating

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Electric Heating

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Gas Central Heating

 

Gas boilers are the most common type of boiler – most modern houses have a gas supply with central heating. Gas boilers are like every other boiler that runs on fuel, they are the central piece of equipment that heats water (wet system) to pump throughout the house.

Pros

  • Relatively Efficient
  • Gas Mains Connection
  • Lower Costs
  • Easily Maintained

Cons

  • Volatile Fuel Price
  • Installation Upheaval
  • Require Regular Maintenance
  • Fossil Fuel Based

Oil boilers operate in the same way as other fuel types, the oil is set alight, and a heat exchanger warms up cold water from either your mains pipe or storage tanks. The boiler pumps the hot water through radiators to heat up a room, when needed the hot water moves to the shower or the taps in the bathroom or kitchen, the oil boiler needs an oil supply to keep it running. Standard heating oil tanks are able to heat a house for 6-9 months.

Pros

  • Most Effective Fuel for Central Heating
  • Energy Efficient
  • Less Carbon Emissions

Cons

  • Requires Oil Tank Installation
  • Weaker Flow
  • Relatively Expensive
  • Wastes Fuel Gases

Oil Central Heating

 

Electric Central Heating

 

Electric boilers use electricity to heat hot water through a system using a heating element, not unlike an kettle. Electric systems with storage heaters allow you to save on thermal energy overnight which saves money, they are more expensive to install, you can still store up on more energy during the day but it might be more expensive.

Pros

  • Quiet Operation
  • Can be Installed in Tight Spaces
  • Can be Energy Effective

Cons

  • May Struggle to Heat Large Homes
  • Higher Daytime Costs
  • May be Expensive to Replace