If you’re replacing an existing boiler, the first thing to do is to check what type of system you currently have installed. For example, if you have tanks in the loft and a hot water cylinder then you have a conventional boiler, but if you don’t have any of these and the boiler fires up when you turn on the hot water then you have a combination boiler.
But it’s important to remember that our homes have changed in the last few years – radiators have become more efficient, insulation is thicker and better, boilers and controls have become more advanced – and your heating and hot water requirements may have changed too.
Here at Mr Central Heating we stock a wide range of boiler types, including electric boilers and water heaters, in a variety of different outputs. To help you find the right boiler for your needs, we’ve categorised them here by type.