What Is a Combi Boiler?

It was originally designed to combine all the components of a traditional central heating system into one compact unit, hence the name combination boiler. Combined boilers provide both hot water and central heating.

Combi Boiler

Buying a new Boiler:

If you are thinking of buying a new boiler it is good to know about different types of boilers available in the market and what are the pros and cons of using a particular boiler. The specifications are a good point to start it lets you explore more about the product functionality and quality—so you know in advance what you are buying and what value the product will bring to your home. Here we will look at different types of boilers in more detail and explain the benefits of each type of boiler and the home sizes and features where each will best fit. So, currently there are three types of boilers—Combi—System and Regular.

How does it work ?

Combi boilers take water direct from the mains—ignites the gas burner and heat exchanger to turn the cold water to hot within seconds. The boiler is one compact wall-mounted system it heats water delivers to the radiators which makes the home warm. It also provides instant hot water, by constantly being on standby—As soon as you turn the hot water tap on, the boiler will start and the hot water will be available immediately.

Once the water flows towards the boiler after you turn the tap on—the water passes through the heat extinguisher in the boiler—the water enters cold from one side and leaves hot from the other side.

Another reason the boiler is called combi is because it delivers hot water as well as heating to the whole home from one neat unit—Like system and regular boilers you do not require any water tanks for running both hot water and heating systems.

Benefits of Combi boiler: