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Choosing the right size Worcester Bosch combination boiler

Choosing the right boiler size is necessary to ensure that your home will be kept warm and supplied with hot water. A boiler that is too small will struggle to warm your radiators, but a boiler that is too large, will then be wasting fuel. So while it is essential to get it right, it doesn’t have to be a challenge. Here at Mark Vernon, we are leading Worcester Bosch boiler experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to choosing the right size Worcester Bosch combination boiler.

The number of radiators

One of the boiler’s principal roles is to provide heat to your homes radiators. And you need to be able to control this heat so that your home will stay the perfect temperature. This means that your boiler needs to be have a large enough power output to force the hot water, or steam, around your central heating system, and warm each of your radiators equally. As a result, the more radiators your home has, the larger the boiler you will need.

The amount of bathrooms

Similarly, it is also the combination boilers role to provide hot water on demand. In a combination boiler there is no hot water storage tank. This means that when the hot water tap is switched on, the boiler will heat the water immediately, and be able to push this around the system. As a result, if there is more than one bathroom, you will need a larger boiler to be able to provide the necessary hot water.

Amount of people in your home

Finally, the number of people in your home can also determine the size of the boiler that is necessary. This is because the more people in your home, the larger the demand for hot water. While a one person household will only need one shower or bath daily, a four person household will need four. This is a lit more hot water and places a higher demand on the boiler itself. As a result, a home with more people will need a larger boiler.

For more information or advice, get in touch with the Worcester Bosch boiler experts, here at Mark Vernon.

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