We specialise in Worcester boilers that come with a 10-year guarantee along with a “Which Best Buy” accreditation.
We pride ourselves on our fully qualified Gas-Safe and OFTEC registered technicians. Our customer feedback testifies to our excellent standards. Whether acquiring a new boiler or upgrading, our high-quality service, sound advice, and proven project management skills will see you through the process; all fully documented.
Heating your home and water safely, cost-effectively and reliably is a priority in the UK climate. Heating and water are essentials and a good boiler is critical to ensure comfort and warmth but it’s important to understand the different types plus benefits/drawbacks.
A condensing boiler is the most popular type of boiler is extremely efficient and converts around 90% of the energy they use.
These provide both hot and cold water. Due to the way combi boilers work using a combination of hot and cold features, they’re both cost-effective and fairly easy to install. One of the drawbacks is potentially lower water pressure and, usually, you’ll only get good water pressure through one tap or outlet at a time.
The type of boiler you choose can influence this, and, of course, the cost of the boiler plays a part in the advanced features it will deliver. In this respect, we’re here to advise you and help you make the right decision to meet your needs and your budget.
These boilers provide you with hot water but your cold water is stored in a tank and supplied separately. Using a heat-only boiler resolves any water pressure problems that you can get with combi boilers. However, heat-only boilers are usually larger and not as efficient as combis.
Don’t forget, MCS Heating Services is on hand to give you advice and a free quotation, no matter what size your home is and how much budget you’ve put aside. Contact our fully qualified staff team today to get the ball rolling!
A system boiler is primary for a larger property with more than one bathroom or en-suite. It stores your hot water in a large storage cylinder, just like a heat only boiler, but it is stored under mains pressure not via storage tanks in the loft. This gives exceptional flow rate and efficiency.
The down side to this type of boiler is that it is complicated to fit into an older property and can, therefore, be quite expensive.