A combination boiler is a much smaller boiler system than a conventional or system boiler. As a result, this can be installed in a wider range of in home locations. This includes kitchens, lofts and hallways. Here at Mark Vernon Heating and Plumbing, we are leading Worcester Bosch experts. And this is our to guide to why you should consider positioning your new boiler in the hallway.
What are the advantages of a hallway installation for Worcester Bosch boilers?
There are a number of advantages to installing your new Worcester Bosch boiler in an upstairs or downstairs hallway. These advantages include:
- Good use of space- installing a boiler on a hallway wall can be a good use of space, and prevents our boiler from taking up much needed space in other rooms such as the kitchen or bathroom.
- Ease of access- A boiler installed in a hallway is easy to access and this can be beneficial for a number of reasons, including checking the LED indicators on the consumer unit and checking the pressure gauge. This can allow you to more effectively maintain your boiler, and good boiler maintenance can help your boiler stay up and running for longer, with a high level of efficiency.
- Easy to keep clean- a boiler installed in a hallway is also easier to clean than one that is tucked away out of sight or even in a cupboard. Simply dusting the top of your boiler regularly can prevent dust and debris from entering the boiler and causing problems.
For more information or for professional Worcester Bosch boiler installation, servicing, or repair, get in touch with the team today, here at Mark Vernon Heating and Plumbing.