indirect or direct unvented water heater

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    I have a pretty new combi boiler but it is too far away from out -lets (down in garage) takes ages for hot water to get though,no tank in combi.
    So can anyone tell me if I would be better off puting indirect unvented heater next to/off combi or fit direct heater in lobby next to kitchen.
    There is water and leky in lobby. Thanks for any help
     
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    Could u not get the combi moved?
     
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    no. to close to windows for outlet and pipe work would take it back same distance nearly. and cost about £2,000 anyway..
    I could fit it myself but have never done one to work off boiler. not shure how it works in conjunction with combi..
    Thanks for reply.
     
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