Central heating installation
Designtech Heating Ltd specialise in full central heating installations, system refurbishments and repairs.
If you need a brand new central heating system then we are the company for you. We have supplied and fitted central heating in every type of property from 1-2 bedroom flats to 6 bedroom mansions in Moor Park.
We at Designtech Heating understand that the thought of having all the upheaval of a new heating installation may seem daunting. That’s why our experienced engineers strive to give 100% each and every time to our work so that our customers have nothing to worry about. You will always find us polite, reasonable and helpful, and you can rest-assured we will treat your home with the respect, care and attention you would expect from an expert heating installation company.
Our central heating installation services include:
- Full, brand new installations of pipe work, radiators, radiator valves, heating controls and boilers.
- Part-installations on existing systems, e.g. replacing leaking, blocked or unsightly pipe work on the system.
- Supplying and fitting new radiators to your existing system.
- Supplying and fitting new thermostatic radiator valves which give you more control of your heating system, making it more efficient and cost effective.
Why not contact us for a competitive quote with no-obligation? We have a wealth of satisfied customers who can vouch for our excellent service, reasonable rates and quality workmanship. There’s nothing better than a cosy, warm home.
The three main types of heating systems
The images below show the three main central heating systems available.
The vented system or open vent system is where a seperate vent pipe is open to the outside. This type of system requires a feed and expansion cistern to allow for changes in the volume and tempature in the water. The cistern must be at the highest point of the building usually in the attic space, although must be protected from extreme cold tempatures.
The sealed system does not need an expansion tank, feed or vent, the system usually runs at 1 bar of pressure and will only drop in pressure if there is a leak or you bleed your radiators.
The combination system has the expansion tank within the boiler so therefore does not require a tank in your roof space, this system can produce instant hotwater although at a lower rate than other systems. This type of installation is not recommended on a home with a lot of shower rooms or bathrooms where hot water is required simultaneously.