Boiler, Radiator, Heating Services in Hampshire

Boiler, Radiator, Heating Services in Hampshire

When you intend to install a new bathroom in your residential or industrial property, then look no further than Hampshire Plumbers. Our Gas Safe plumbing and heating engineers will perform all of your bathroom installations and bath plumbing needs to the highest standard.

Our new bathroom installation process is cost-effective and designed to be performed with minimal inconvenience for you and your family.

We have an accomplished team of bathroom fitters and an in-house project manager who will help ensure every part of the bathroom refurbishment is done perfectly and completed in time.

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    Our team of technicians will come professionally prepared, with all the materials and equipment required to assist you with any radiator-related situation: one-off radiator replacement, multiple radiator installation, emergency repairs, and more. 

    Our team is familiar with different radiator models and sizes and can give solid advice on selecting one for your house, workplace, or property. Call us now to talk with our specialist.

    Steam Heaters

    In this type of heating system, the radiator, boiler and all connecting pipes are filled with water. The boiler heats this water to about ?? degrees Fahrenheit, and the pump pushes the heated water to the radiator, where the heat propagates to the surrounding air. Then the cooled water returns to the boiler to be heated.

    How a Steam Heater Works

    The heat of steam flows through the pipes to the rest of the house and is distributed by heaters. Hot water versions pump water through radiators or underfloor heating systems or heat the air with a coil. The boilers operate on various energy sources, including natural gas, oil, electricity and wood. 

    The steam heating system uses a boiler to convert water into steam. The steam then flows through the pipes to the radiators and heats the house. When the steam cools down, it condenses back into water and returns to the boiler to be reheated.

    Hot Water Heaters

    Hot water heaters work similarly to steam heaters, except that the steam does not generate pressure and the heat is more actively redirected. Each radiator in the hot water system has an inlet and an outlet. The inlet is used to heat hot water, and the outlet to drain water. The water is heated in the water heater during the system’s operation. 

    They usually work by radiating heat into the room, because the air surrounding the radiator has a lower temperature than the hot water flowing in it; there is, therefore, a temperature gradient between them. In the cooling system, the boiler would not work as such, so the convection process would fail and the water would stop circulating. The solution would be to install an electric pump that would maintain the water flow.

    Steam Kettle vs Convection Oven

    A steam kettle works similarly to a tea kettle, boiling water until hot steam is released. The internal pressure behind the steam forces it to move through the pipe system. When steam reaches every radiator in the house, it emits convective heat to heat the room. 

    In contrast, the convection oven heats the air in the room, which means that objects absorb heat more slowly. In the oven, heated air is blown through the channels that introduce warm air into the rooms of the house through air registers or grilles.

    Condensing VS Non-condensing Boiler Systems

    The main reason condensing boilers are better than non-condensing models is that they are at least 25% more efficient.

    Their effectiveness is achieved by preheating the cold water entering the boiler with waste heat from flue gases, thanks to which more heat is brought into the room from the outside than from the inside.

    Condensing boilers therefore absorb up to 11% more heat than non-condensing boilers.

    Condensing boilers with an efficiency of up to 99% can help significantly reduce fuel costs and reduce the carbon footprint, making them an excellent alternative heating system.

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    How do Condensing Boilers Work?

    Condensing boilers are gas or oil-powered water heaters.

    As the name suggests, the boiler’s operating principle is based on condensation – a process that draws more heat from the fuel consumed. The unused heat from the flue gas is used, which is normally released into the atmosphere in a conventional boiler system.

    Condensing boilers can replace most existing boiler systems.

    As usual with conventional boiler replacement work, check the effectiveness of the control system and the type of hot water storage tank during installation. In addition, it is important to clean and flush the existing heating system before assembling the boiler itself to ensure that the newly installed boiler has higher efficiency.


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    • 85% of consumers think their Hampshire Plumbing boiler is quiet.
    • 89% think that boiler control is easy to use.
    • 95% of consumers rate their Hampshire Plumbing boiler as very good/ excellent overall.
    • 85% would recommend their Hampshire Plumbing boiler to a friend or family member.
    • 88% would buy another Hampshire Plumbing boiler in the future.
    • While newer boilers without condensation can achieve efficiency of up to 78%, old boilers usually do not reach performance levels above 55-65%.
    • Condensing boilers have an efficiency of up to 99%, while non-condensing boilers have an efficiency of up to 78%.
    • The main reason condensing boilers are better than non-condensing models is that they are at least 25% more efficient.
    • Condensing boilers with an efficiency of up to 99% can help significantly reduce fuel costs and reduce the carbon footprint, making them an excellent alternative heating system.

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