If you are looking to have a new boiler installed or perhaps want to move your existing one to elsewhere in your home, you may be wondering where you can house a boiler. Well, the answer is almost anywhere.
One of the important factors to consider when looking for a location for your boiler is what sort of system you are having installed as well as how big your house is. It is always a good idea to consult with the Cheltenham Boilers company that is installing your system such as Combi Man to discuss your location ideas to see whether your system will accommodate this.
Some of the most popular place to have a boiler installed include:
- Kitchen – most new builds have the boiler installed in the kitchen. These are usually encased in the same cupboards as are used for kitchen storage so that you would never know that there was a boiler hidden away in the corner.
- Utility Room – this is a popular place for people to choose to have boilers moved to, especially if their systems are a little noisy or they want to have their boilers out of sight completely along with some of their white goods such as their washing machines and tumble dryers.
Other places that people have boilers in are bedrooms and in airing cupboard spaces which could also be located in bedrooms or in bathrooms.