What Is An Electric Boiler?
You probably have worked it out already! An electric boiler is a boiler that relies solely on electricity as the energy source to heat water. You could say, an electric boiler operates similar to how an electric kettle works. It heats elements within the unit and as the water passes the elements it is heated to generate hot water. Hot water is then pumped around the central heating system, to radiators, taps and showers. Here at Wirral Plumbers we install modern electric boilers in Wirral for homeowners, landlords and businesses
Benefits Of Electric Boilers
Electric boilers are very quiet when in use. This is electric boilers don’t rely on elements inside the boiler moving to create heat.
Don’t Require Gas
In the United Kingdom over 2 million homes don’t have access to a mains gas supply. Electric boilers are a great way to heat homes that don’t have a mains gas supply or off-grid properties.
Electric boilers are small and compact systems that can be installed in tight spaces. Electric boilers don’t use combustion fuel meaning they don’t require a flue or chimney. They also don’t need to be installed on an outside wall as there is no flue or gas pipe.
Electric boilers can be more energy efficient than gas boilers as they loose little heat when generating hot water.
Electric boilers benefit from a high efficiency rate, as almost no energy is lost when converting electricity to heat. Therefore, you save money on your energy bills compared to if you had a traditional boiler. Also, installing an electric boiler requires less equipment, which saves you money during the installation process.
Electric boiler do not use fuel, making it safer as you won’t experience any fuel leaks.
If you are interested in our electric boiler installation service, or have any questions, call us on 0758 0395 493. Alternatively, you can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.We install electric boilers in Wirral and across the surrounding areas.