Central Heating Benefits

There are many benefits to having central heating installed in your home, and the installation process is relatively simple. Here is a brief overview of central heating installation process

• Central heating installation involves putting in a central unit that will heat all the rooms in your house evenly.

• This type of system is very efficient and can save you money on your energy bills.

• Central heating installation typically takes around two days to complete.

• Once the system is installed, you will need to have it serviced every year to keep it running properly.

How Much Does Central Heating Installation Cost?

Central heating installation costs in the UK typically fall between £1,500 and £3,000 on average, but different properties can be significantly lower or higher than that figure, dependent on a number of factors. The price will depend on the size of your home and the type of central heating system you choose.

If you are considering central heating installation, then please contact us today for a quote. We will be happy to answer any questions you have about central heating or the installation process.

How Long Does Central Heating Installation Take?

Central heating installation typically takes around two days to complete. Once the central unit is installed, it is strongly advised to have it serviced every year to keep it running properly.

What Are The Benefits of Central Heating?

There are many benefits of central heating, including: Improved indoor air quality, more comfortable living conditions, reduced energy bills, fewer drafts and cold spots in your home and increased resale value of your property.

Which Central Heating System Should You Choose for Your Home?

Here are some factors to consider if you’re unsure which system would best suit your property.

The size of your property. A larger property will need a pumped central heating system as it can take longer for the heat to travel through gravity fed systems.

The age of your property. If your home is older, then a gravity fed central heating system may be more suitable.

Your budget. Pumped central heating systems tend to be more expensive than gravity fed systems.

Of course, we would be more than happy to suggest the perfect system for you central heating installation. Our expert team of Gas Safe registered engineers are always at hand should you need any advice.

What Are The Stages of Installing Central Heating?

There are four main stages to installing central heating:

1. Planning and preparation

2. Installation of the central unit

3. Connection of the pipes and radiators

4. Testing and Commissioning

Here at Vivid, we talk you through every step of the process to ensure you know exactly what you’re getting and why we’re doing it. As such, please feel free to ask us about any stage of the installation process – we’d be happy to help and advise.

What are the Types of Central Heating Systems?

There are two main types of central heating systems – gravity fed and pumped.

Gravity fed central heating systems work by using the natural flow of hot water to circulate around the property. This type of system is typically found in older properties.

Pumped central heating systems use a pump to circulate the hot water around the property. This type of system is more common in newer properties as it is more efficient than gravity fed systems.

Get in Touch with Vivid Today

Central heating installation can be a daunting task. However, our expert team is here to help you through every step of the process. We will work with you to find the perfect system for your home and budget. Not only will you save on your energy bills, but central heating installation can also increase the value of your property. Contact us today to get started.