Unvented Hot Water Cylinder Installation There are several popular types of heating system available in the UK, whilst you’ll also find various fuel types such as gas, oil and electricity used nationwide. This number is increasing incrementally too, with new options constantly emerging to create an even more diverse selection for home-owners to choose from. One of the most relevant examples exists in the form of unvented hot water systems, which offer a number of unique advantages that are difficult to ignore. Find out more about unvented hot water systems below.What are the Advantages of Unvented Hot Water Systems? In simple terms, unvented hot water systems featured a sealed hot water cylinder that feeds directly from the mains cold water supply. This mean that they don’t need to require a cold-water tank to function, which can significantly boost the performance of your bath or shower. Here are some advantages associated with this type of system: As there’s no need to install a cold-water tank with an unvented system, you can optimise the amount of loft space available and commit this towards alternative uses. With an unvented hot water system, you can also eliminate the risk of your pipework freezing and bursting during the cold, harsh months of winter. Unlike more conventional methods, unvented systems don’t rely on gravity to function. This means that they can be installed anywhere in the home, creating far greater flexibility and a more practical option for home-owners. Need Our Services?If you do decide to enjoy the benefits of an unvented hot water system in your home, you’ll need to find an accredited installer to manage the installation. The team at Tim Reynolds certainly fits this bill, particularly if you live in Hampshire or a number of the surrounding regions. Our engineers are also Gas Safe and NICEIC registered, and along with our WaterSafe qualification this makes us perfectly equipped to undertake even the most complex installations. To find out more about our courteous, professional and reliable brand, give us a call today on 01202 802281. Or, you can send us an email to email@example.com and request a quote. You can also contact us via the contact form on our website.