Unvented cylinders supply hot water to your whole home at mains pressure. Perfect for invigorating showers!
To bring you the best hot water solution into your home, we will remove your existing copper tank and replace it with a stainless steel hot water cylinder.
Once this has been completed you will see your hot water pressure go from little more than a dribble, to mains pressure!
In years gone by your hot water storage will have been stored in a copper cylinder in your airing cupboard, then to get a high pressure hot water system your boiler would need to be changed to a combination boiler. All that is now changing, if you want the best hot water system then read on!
Unvented hot water was invented by the UK some 40 years ago. They have proved to be an excellent source of hot water for your home. The benefit of having an unvented cylinder to replace your old copper cylinder is that they allow you to keep your existing boiler and lose your cold water storage tank in the loft space.
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Why use P & R Gas Solutions to install your hot water cylinder?
We have years of experience in and around the Sandown, Ryde, Cowes and surrounding areas. We are Gas Safe registered (required to install unvented hot water cylinders), so you have peace of mind. If you live or have a business in and around Sandown, Ryde, Newport or Cowes, give us a call to provide you with a quote. Alternatively, use our online quoting tool
The benefits of an unvented hot water cylinder is as follows:
If you are interested in having a decent hot water system installed then why not ring us today, we cover Sandown, Ryde, Newport, Shanklin and Cowes areas. Call us on 07584 373876 or email us below.have
We were contacted by a new customer who wanted a combination boiler for a property they had bought and were renovating. They were planning on extending the property to have 3 bathrooms.
They initially wanted a combination boiler but we advised that with 3 bathrooms and 14 radiators, a combination boiler would not keep up with showering demand. Instead, we advised an unvented cylinder with a System Boiler . We created 2 heating zones, one upstairs and one downstairs with a separate zone for the hot water, and these were controlled independently by two Nest Thermostats. With this type of setup, the customer has control over their upstairs and downstairs heating independently. Additionally, with the Nest Smart Thermostat, they can save energy whilst accessing the heating and hot water whilst they’re out!
This customer bought a bungalow and was in the process of updating and refurbishing it. They had a hot water cylinder in the airing cupboard which was located in the kitchen with a Regular Boiler heating the hot water and heating. With plenty of space in the loft, we moved the cylinder into the loft leaving the airing cupboard space as a usable space. The customer is over the moon with their hot water pressure!