Many of the homes in the affluent suburb of Kew are still utilising the central heating equipment that has been installed for a number of years if not since the house was built. If this unit isn’t quite cutting it for you anymore, you might be interested in the ways that the team at Cambro Boilers can help. We are more than happy to provide you with hydronic heating and panel radiators, both of which are a great choice.
Before we get too far, many Kew homeowners will be asking whether central heating is actually that bad. Whilst there are certainly some reasonably good units on the market, it is important to understand that these types of systems do present the home with a number of drawbacks, including the fact that they are noisy and that circulate air throughout the room (which can aggravate asthma and other allergies).
The use of hydronic heating equipment, on the other hand, can ensure that your Kew home is provided with the level of warmth that your family requires. This system involves pipes being laid beneath the floor whilst the home is being built; when the unit is turned on, hot water will be circulated through these pipes and its warmth will be transferred up into the room beyond. The system can be thermostatically controlled for your convenience.
Homes in Kew that are already very much established can still benefit from this wonderful source of warmth in the form of panel radiators. These are mounted on the walls of the rooms that you wish to heat and operate in a very similar way; pipes are inserted into the wall through which hot water can travel. These radiators are very streamlined in appearance and can sit relatively flush with the wall, helping them to blend in.
If you have been looking for an alternative to your outdated central heating equipment, we hope that you would consider giving the team at Cambro Boilers a call about how we can help. Our hydronic heating and panel radiators are able to provide your Kew home (and your family) with the level of warmth that you so desperately crave, from the floor to the ceiling. Say goodbye to frozen feet and chilly draughts in the morning.