Central Heating Design Types

Central Heating

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If you’re thinking about changing your boiler, it’s important to know the different types and how they work.
There are three main types of boiler to choose from and two types of heat distribution

  • Combi
  • Conventional
  • System
  • Warm Air Central Heating 
  • If your boiler is more than 10 years old, you could be wasting up to half the gas, or LPG that you purchase. A new high-efficiency condensing boiler,possibly upgrade your radiators and Smart themostatic control system can save you up to 40% on your fuel bills

If you’d like to find out more about the benefits of getting a new boiler or arrange a home assessment, make an appointment online now.



Combi boilersGet limitless hot water on demand.
No need for a cold water tank or hot water cylinder.
Ideal for smaller houses and apartments.


Conventional boilers
Can deliver hot water to multiple taps at once.
Includes a cold water tank and a hot water cylinder.
Ideal for larger homes with more than one bathroom.



System boilers
Similar to a conventional boiler.
Many key components are built into the boiler unit.
Ideal for larger homes looking to save space







Warm Air Central Heating..

Warm air central heating units heat up your home during the cooler months, and provide an efficient alternative to traditional central heating systems. The most usual means of powering warm air heating is through natural gas. The biggest advantage of installing a warm air heating system is the fast direct heating of air which goes directly where it is needed via ceiling grilles, side wall registers or floor grilles at a comfortable speed.

All ducts are hidden in wall or under floor, just grills on show

The other large benefit is the air filter that can remove harmful particles. This means that all of the air in your house can be electronically cleaned approximately six times an hour. The latest filters will remove up to 95% of airborne particles down to one micron, effectively minimising the amount of pollen, human and pet hair, mould, bacteria and tobacco smoke in the air. The result is a cleaner, healthier environment for all occupants of the household, especially for those who suffer from hay fever or respiratory complaints.

THS Heat have solutions now.instead of installing a standard warm air unit we can install a heat exchanger so warm ir can still be used and a combi for jhot water and radiators if required.