Oil system boiler

An oil system boiler is very similar in theory to a traditional boiler; they both work on the principle of stored hot water.

However, the main difference is that a system boiler does not require a cold water cistern as well as a hot water tank, which saves space. Instead, system boilers take a direct feed from the cold water mains and store water in a small tank built into the boiler. Having components built into the boiler in this way has the benefit of cutting down installation time whilst at the same time reducing the number of components to maintain.

Furthermore, the hot water is pumped from the system boiler through the heating system to the radiators and hot water cylinder, resulting in a fast response to your hot water needs.

Domestic and General’s heating engineers will be able to advise you on all the various types of oil boilers and recommend the best one for your home and needs.

 

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