Central heating systems, oil boilers and fires

At Oil Boiler Heating we install all kinds of central heating systems including gas, oil, solid fuel, biomass and renewable powered.

We will take time to discuss your requirements, so we can help you decide what system will suit you best. All advice and quotations are free of charge and come with no obligation whatsoever. We only install systems that we are 100% confident will work fully in your home.
Solid fuel heating

Solid fuel central heating is not very different to gas and oil alternatives, other than that they use a solid fuel in the boiler. They still use a central heating system and radiators to heat your home, the same as gas and oil boilers systems. Most solid fuel boilers have the fire maintained in the way of a fire, although others have hoppers of fuel pellets that are fed into the fire.

The options for a solid fuel boiler vary, from stoves and cookers that have boilers attached to even open fires with a back boiler, from which the central heating system is fed.
Solid fuel fires and gas fires

We also install solid fuel and gas fires. These can make a stunning centrepiece to your living room, providing you with a source of heat that can work in tandem with your current central heating system.

Certain types of fire or stove can also be a part of central heating system, as they can be fitted with a back boiler. An open fire adds a sense of comfort and homeliness to your house.
Underfloor heating

Our engineers can install underfloor heating in your home. This can be a part of your existing central heating system or it can take advantage of our range of ground source heat pumps to provide an environmentally-friendly alternative to central heating.

One of the main benefits of underfloor heating is that it means that you will be able to make use of much more of the rooms it heats. This is because there is no need to have radiators fitted. It can be both a more efficient, more aesthetically pleasing and more space efficient alternative to ordinary central heating.

Do you have any trouble with your heating?