Gas Boilers for Central Heating and Hot Water
Glow-worm Boilers: Keeping You Warm Since 1934
Our gas boilers are reliable and energy-efficient, reducing your fuel consumption, energy bills, and carbon footprint. We pride ourselves on manufacturing innovative appliances with high fuel-efficiency – choose a Glow-worm boiler for heating and hot water you can rely on.
Selecting the right boiler for your home is an important decision. You need one that meets your needs, stand the test of time, and doesn’t blow a hole in your budget. Whether you opt for a combi system, or regular boiler, your new Glow-worm appliance will be kind to the environment and your bank balance.
Learn more about our full range of hot water and central heating boilers here including our popular Energy Combi Boiler. Get started by choosing one of the boiler types below. If you need any support or have questions, don’t hesitate to contact us online, or give our friendly team a call on 0345 602 2922.
Choosing your new boiler
Gas Boilers for Central Heating and Hot WaterNot all gas boilers are the same, and some are more suitable for certain types of homes than others.
A modern combi boiler is a compact, high-performance appliance that provides heating and hot water in an instant. With this type of boiler, water is only heated as and when you need it, saving space in your home because you won’t need a separate storage tank. Combi boilers are also a highly cost-effective and energy-efficient option.
A system boiler is the ideal choice for larger households that need to use several hot water outlets at the same time but have limited loft space. These appliances maintain a constant supply of heated water using a hot water cylinder, so you’ll need somewhere for this to go (they’re usually kept in an airing cupboard).
Regular boilers are also referred to as heat-only, conventional, or open-vent boilers. This type of boiler is perfect for supplying hot water to multiple bathrooms simultaneously, even in areas with low water pressure. A heat-only boiler needs a storage cylinder (often positioned in an airing cupboard) and a cold water tank, which is usually kept in a loft.
Gas Boiler FAQs
We appreciate that you probably have lots of queries when it comes to choosing your new gas boiler. Here, we’ve answered some of the questions that our customers often ask us.