There are various types of boilers available for home heating. Here are some common options:
Combi Boilers (Combination Boilers)
  • These boilers provide both central heating and hot water from a single unit. They don't require a separate hot water cylinder or storage tank, making them space-efficient. 

System Boilers
  • System boilers work with a separate hot water cylinder, which stores and distributes hot water to taps and showers. They are ideal for homes with multiple bathrooms or higher hot water demands.

Regular Boilers (Conventional Boilers)
  • Regular boilers consist of a boiler unit, a hot water cylinder, and a cold water storage tank. They are suitable for older heating systems or larger properties with high hot water demands. 

Condensing Boilers 
  • Condensing boilers are highly efficient, as they extract heat from the flue gases that would otherwise be wasted. They achieve greater energy efficiency and can help reduce energy bills. 

Oil Boilers 
  • Oil-fired boilers use heating oil as the fuel source. They are commonly found in rural areas where there is no access to the natural gas grid. 

Gas Boilers 
  • Gas-fired boilers are connected to the natural gas supply. They are popular in areas with gas infrastructure and offer convenience and efficient heating. 

Biomass Boilers 
  • Biomass boilers burn organic materials, such as wood pellets or logs, to provide heat. They are environmentally friendly and can be a renewable energy alternative. 

Electric Boilers 
  • Electric boilers use electricity to generate heat and provide central heating and hot water. They are suitable for homes without access to gas or oil supplies. It's worth noting that the availability of different boiler types may vary depending on the specific region, installation requirements, and individual preferences. 

It is recommended to consult with a professional heating engineer or boiler installer to determine the most suitable option for your home.