Getting a boiler is one of the most important things you can do for your home. That’s the reason why you should know what to expect before carrying out the actual purchase.
The first thing to consider is how efficient the boiler is in terms of CO2 emission and energy consumption. Thanks to what technology is offering today. Boilers come at an initial high price, which is offset with lower energy bills at the end of the day.
The next step is to consider getting a boiler that meets your lifestyle. Do you want system or combi, regular or traditional? These are the different types of boilers available today.
A combi boiler is ideal for people living in areas where space is limited. However, in the event that space is not a problem, then you can choose to go with a system or regular boiler.
When buying a boiler, a lot of things are at stake. Newer models tend to produce a plume of steam because of the lower temperature of the gas coming out of the exhaust. This might prove to be a nuisance to both you and your neighbors. An engineer might be able to offer help where this is concerned.
How well is your boiler going to cope with the demand? Is there a possibility that you’ll be using more than one shower at one time? Lastly, you should know your budget so that you don’t spend on an expensive boiler that offer features you don’t even need. Get at least 3 quotations before deciding the most favorable one.
Now that you know how to go about it, here are 5 different boilers you can invest on.
1) Domestic Hot Water Boiler (http://is.gd/Dy7aMh)
With its novelty design, unique structure and efficient heating system, this boiler is guaranteed to offer long service. It's ideal for every day water heating applications at home, in hotels and everywhere else. Heat efficiency is estimated at between 86% to 91%, and can be powered by a range of different fuel sources. You can use diesel, kerosene, natural gas, LPG or even coal. The cheapest price you can purchase a unit at is $1,500.
2) Gas Boiler Water Heater (http://is.gd/59y9gX)
This unit features a unique European fashion style with its jet flow from the back & double ignition from the front side. It has a unique gas monitor which accurately monitors and adjusts gas flow with high precision. What's more, it has a perfectly sealed combustion chamber to ensure that there's no leakage of exhaust gas. Lastly, you get the benefit of using a unit that's integrated with a microcomputer control. It's ideal for all types of hot water applications. The price is between $305 and $355. This is one of the most affordable models out there as the price range is not off the limits for most people.
3) 4.5Kw Domestic Instant Electric Water Boiler (http://is.gd/4qs0hO)
It boasts of patented heating technology. It offers a vast array of multiple heating functions. The best it can do is to make sure that on-demand hot water is never out of supply. The manufacturer affirms that it reduces water heating costs by 50%. It's compact in design, and less likely to leak. It's less prone to mineral elements, sediments or hard water. When you buy a unit, you are guaranteed long service, free from the worries that come with having to get a second boiler sooner than normal. It's less than $200.
This unit has its components running on full automation. It has an automatic screw feeder, automatic ignition system, automatic ash-cleaning system, automatic electric control, and lastly, an automatic temperature-adjustment option. The boiler structure comprises of a pellet burner, combustion chamber and a control panel. It can be powered by wood or straw pellets. The price range is between $1,500 to $5000, depending on the capabilities of the model you are getting.
5) Electric Domestic Boiler (http://is.gd/uZlShI)
This boiler does not produce flame because it uses electricity. Furthermore, it saves you the cost of steam piping as this is not required. The user needs to set the pressure, and when those conditions are met, the unit automatically shuts off. It features a conspicuous ON button on the control panel, safety valve and a pressure gauge to help you monitor the pressure. The price is between $500 and $15,000.
Now that you know what to do when it comes to the question of how to buy a boiler, you can go ahead and buy your ideal boiler. A domestic one would fit your family's needs, and they are less costly to buy. Commercial ones are large in size, and are also able to handle huge workloads. So the ultimate decision lies with you.
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