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LPG Boilers

The modern LPG boiler has equal efficiency to gas central heating systems and is considered to be more environmentally friendly than natural gases. This is due to its clean burn qualities which burn completely. Powered by liquid petroleum gas, these boilers require an external tank to store the fuel. LPG is a denser liquid than gas, which means you can keep a substantial quantity in a relatively small space.

LPG central heating is commonly used in a wet heating system where a boiler heats water to provide central heating throughout radiators and hot water taps in a property. They are also available as LPG combi boilers which combine the water heater and central heating boiler into one unit. This is very economical on space a there is no need for an external water tank cylinder.

LPG boilers are particularly popular in properties situated in rural or remote locations where there is no direct access to the mains gas grid. This is a highly efficient fuel used to power the central heating; however it is relatively high in cost in comparison to other fuels.

Whether you require a LPG combi boiler or a regular boiler they are an ideal solution for a home of any size, all that is required is a storage tank and fuel feed.

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