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Combi boilers deliver hot water on demand and are very economical to run because they don’t use an external hot water tank. The fact they don’t take up much space and you never have to wait for hot water makes them a popular choice, especially in households where it’s not possible to have a storage tank.
A system (or pressurised sealed system) boiler uses a central heating expansion vessel which is usually installed in an airing cupboard. There is no need for an expansion tank in the roof as the combination of boiler and cylinder allows you to run mains pressure hot water from more than one outlet at the same time.
“My first impressions of the Vogue were not let down when I finally fitted one. It’s definitely a premium, top of the market boiler. When you go through the Ideal range, it’s the logical next step but it’s no different to install – it’s very simple.
In terms of the technology I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like the LCD display unit on the Vogue. They make a real difference for being very easy to follow; for a homeowner the usability is great too. I didn’t realise just how good the LCD display was until I tried to flush the system with the boiler on. It immediately came up with an alert to tell me the pressure was dropping and how to resolve it by refilling the pressure loop! From a homeowner point of view this is great – if there’s a problem the display uses simple language and there aren’t loads of screens to flip through. It’s absolutely fantastic!”