Honeywell EvoHome or Heatmiser Neo would be good options
No, in much the same way as servicing a car won't prevent the ECU, fan, or fuel pump failing, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't do what you can...
Sorry to break that to you. The fan, gas valve, burner, and circuit board are all one part. They can't be purchased separately. As a result, if...
They're fooking expensive to repair when they go wrong out of the warranty period
For goodness sakes, whatever you do, do not deviate in any way from the installation instructions. ST make good products but in my experience will...
Some photos might help to clarify this - the regulator is normally mounted on top of the meter, so it sounds like you have a non-standard setup
If we knew what your area was, we might well be able to help you with that
I think there are much better boiler manufacturers out there than Woofter, building better quality boilers and selling them for less money
Depends on what boiler you have. Some are easy and quick to do, some are a real pain to get at (I mentioned the Isar above - that and its sister...
You've clearly never replaced one on an Isar :p
Electric, as you've identified, will be horribly expensive to run. Oil is cheapest to run, but installation costs will be considerably higher than...
You shouldn't be removing the casing of that boiler unless you're Gas Safe Registered. It forms the safety room seal and the boiler should not be...
In that case an Intergas Rapid 32 with a 50L Combi Superflow will suit you nicely
No point having two showers in the house and only being able to use one at once
Have a look at the Intergas Combi Superflow setup - same concept as the Alpha Flowsmart but uses a far superior boiler
Have you tried taking the cover off the shower to see how big the hole in the tile is? That would be a good place to start.
I should imagine that, 10 weeks on from his last post, this is now fixed
What are you trying to use it for?
If you join them your heating system won't work properly
You'd need to drain the whole system if you want to remove the pipework as well.
Why are you wanting to join pipes in the photo?
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