Central Heating & Pressurised Hot Water Systems
Using over 25 years of experience, Highgrove Plumbing.com will tailor your central heating system to ensure that you will have the most efficient system, to suit your needs, at the right cost. The system should use no more fuel than necessary and always have the house at the temperature you desire. It should also provide all the hot water you need, and when you need it. A carefully designed and installed system will give you many years of trouble free running and will not waste heat. Therefore keeping your fuel costs low.
With all our heating systems and boiler replacements, Highgrove Plumbing.com insure that a heating power flush be used before works and a Fernox inhibitor is installed into the heating systems so that reducing oxidation, sludge, and extends the life of your radiators and boiler.
Our experience covers gas and oil heating systems, boiler replacements, radiator and under floor heating.
Highgrove Plumbing.com ensures that installations are done at a high standard and in a timely manner therefore disruption to your home is minimised.
Under Floor Heating
Utilising today's modern multilayer pipes, control systems and high efficiency boilers, the under floor heating systems of today are extremely comfortable and controllable. Radiators are no longer needed so giving more room space. The heat is more evenly distributed and dust is not circulated.
Under floor heating from the whole floor area of the house gently warms the air above, eliminating cold spots. The warm air convects from the floor surface losing approximately 2 degrees centigrade at 2.0 meters above the floor, which makes the system ideal for all ceiling heights.
Independent tests reveal that the most acceptable indoor climate is one in which the floor temperature ranges between 19-29°C and the air temperature at head level ranges between 20 and 24°C. With radiator or convector heating systems a vertical temperature gradient is produced; colder at foot level than at the head.
Hot Water Systems
Any hot water system must be able to meet the requirements of the whole house. That is all sanitary units and whatever appliances are connected e.g. dishwashers, washing machines etc. Bathing tends to create the largest demand for hot water; each bath will require approximately 65 liters of hot water. The size of the property and layout of the rooms that have sanitary fittings also needs consideration. Long pipe runs supplying hot water would probably be un-acceptable for centralized instantaneous heater systems, and a combination of systems may be more appropriate.
Highgrove Plumbing.com can provide a wide range of methods of hot water:
- Megoflow unvented cylinders
- Gas heated cylinder.
- Electrical water heater.
- Gas boiler.
- Primary heated hot water from the gas or oil boilers.
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