Unvented cylinder water heaters are a fast growing trend. Construction companies are starting to opt for these in new homes, and householders who are doing up their property are seeing the benefits too. Whether you’ve inherited an unvented cylinder when you moved into your home, or are thinking of getting one installed, New Age Plumbing and Heating are on hand to help you now.

What are unvented cylinders?

Unvented cylinders are hot water boilers that operate more efficiently and under a higher pressure than a traditional open vent boiler. They are fast becoming the preferred solution for both new build and refurbished properties, thanks to their capability to deliver large volumes of hot water at high pressure.

With many householders now opting for high tech bathroom equipment, such as waterfall showers, Jacuzzi baths and multi jet wet rooms, the traditional combi boiler will often struggle to cope. An unvented cylinder water heater will meet the demand for these luxury products, and will use less energy too, making it the convenient and green solution for those looking to upgrade their home.

How can we help?

With new technology, there is often a lag in terms of the service industry catching up. Here at New Age Plumbing and Heating, we have invested in additional training and expertise for our team, so that we are ready to help you with all aspects of your unvented cylinder plumbing. We can help you with:

  • Installation: With this high pressure water heater, you need to know that your installer knows what they’re doing. We have plenty of experience and knowledge on hand, so that you can relax and look forward to your new water heater.
  • Maintenance: Most manufacturers recommend you have your unvented cylinder serviced once a year, to ensure it is safe and working correctly. We can take care of all this for you, and will undertake a full health check of the system to ensure everything is as it should be.
  • Repair: If something is not quite right with your water heater, it’s important to call in the experts. Because of the high pressures and temperatures involved, a faulty element could be very dangerous in your home. We can help with unvented cylinder repair, keeping you safe, protected and happy all year round.

Our family run business works in and around the Greater London area, but we are sometimes happy to travel further afield. We also have a foot in the door in Southampton, so if you need an expert fast, just call us and we’ll see if we can help.