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When it comes to purchasing a boiler, there are two key options to consider: condensing boilers and combi boilers. Because boilers can be costly, it’s critical to know everything there is to know before making a purchase. This post will discuss the differences between the two.

Combi Boilers

Combi heaters, as the name implies, combine two or more heating sources into a single device. These appliances may heat a home and provide hot water. Oftentimes, there is a single heating unit that includes the hot water tank. These devices typically only need to be installed on gas or electric lines, and they may work with oil as well.

Combi boilers are more efficient than standard tank-type systems because they don’t need separate storage tanks for storing hot water and keeping it heated until the faucets switch on. Instead, the water passes through a heat exchanger to get hot.

Combis are popular because they take up less room than a traditional central heating system and also since they can deliver hot water quickly, like tankless water heaters.

Condensing Boilers

Condensing boilers are more efficient than conventional boilers, so they require less fuel to heat your house than a combi or standard models. Condensation also makes better use of water because it reuses the same amount of hot water over and over again. This is a significant benefit for homeowners who want an uninterrupted supply of hot water without having to wait long periods between wash cycles. Condensing systems, like other boiler types, have a wide range of price points and functions, so think carefully before making a purchase decision based on cost alone, you may be sacrificing important features if you don’t look further!

In conclusion, deciding on boilers can be tricky for homeowners, so it’s important to know what you’re getting before making the purchase.