What is a boiler for?
A boiler is the most important part of a heating system. It facilitates the heating of rooms by supplying radiators with hot water, and produces the domestic hot water that we use for washing. Boilers can also be used to provide just one of these two functions. There are two types of boilers: condensing or traditional. Condensing boilers are the only type that can recover heat from exhaust fumes, thereby reducing consumption by up to 20%.