With around four million homes across the UK not connected to the country’s mains gas network oil-fired central heating systems remain a popular alternative, especially in rural communities.
What is an Oil Boiler?
Heating oil is stored in an external fuel tank in your garden or within the perimeter of your property and is used as a fuel source to the boiler which heats water before pumping it around the radiators and hot water taps in your home as per a standard wet heating system.
For homes which are not connected to the grid oil tends to be the fuel of choice as it is cheaper than electricity and LPG.
Whether you are looking to replace your home’s existing heating system with an oil-fired boiler, or you have a pre-installed oil-fired system that needs upgrading, then our highly-experienced OFTEC registered engineers can help.
We can provide a free, no-obligation quotation and site survey for installing or servicing your home’s oil-fired heating system.