Your boiler is central to your home’s water system. But it also tends to rely on something else – the hot water cylinder. Such cylinders store the water, so they are clearly an important part of the whole network. There are two main types of hot water cylinder – vented and unvented.
Both have their benefits and drawbacks, but many find that an unvented water cylinder is a good choice when opting for a new boiler installation for their home or workplace.
Vented Hot Water Cylinders
Unvented Hot Water Cylinders
What is an Unvented Water Cylinder and how does it work?
An unvented hot water cylinder takes its water supply from the mains directly, rather than storing it anywhere nearby. It is connected directly to the main, so you will probably find that the pressure of your water is stronger than it would be with a vented hot water cylinder.
This type of water cylinder also has in-built safety features, something which absolutely appeals to many people who are rightly worried about being safe in their own home, or place of work
There are other benefits to an unvented hot water cylinder too. Because they don’t require any kind of a tank, they usually take up less space in your home. This is clearly hugely important for many people, and it is a massive perk of this type of water cylinder. They also tend to be more robust, and last longer than vented hot water cylinders.
Because of their sophisticated technology (in comparison to their vented counterparts) unvented cylinders may require extra maintenance. Fortunately, our expert engineers can help you with any unvented hot water cylinder problems that you might have!
If you ever find, or suspect, that something is going wrong with your unvented hot water cylinder, you should get in touch with BDS immediately. With our rapid response service, we can quickly and effectively resolve any unvented hot water cylinder problem without causing a massive disruption to your day or your home.