In private houses that do not have a connection to the central system, you need to install independent heating yourself. Heating boilers are perfect for this. But not every owner can easily choose a device to provide warmth and comfort at home. There are several main parameters that you need to pay attention to when buying a boiler. First is the power. For 10 sq.m, provided that the ceilings are up to 3 meters, 1 kW is required. Ideally, you need to invite the master to make a heat engineering calculation, taking into account the building material, and also take into account the thickness of the walls, etc. Boilers can also be fired manually with solid and liquid fuels, or use electricity and/or gas for this.
Devices are cast iron and steel, they can be installed both on the floor and on the wall. There are also single-circuit and double-circuit heating boilers, depending on the internal circulation system of warm air and water (the presence of a built-in boiler and coil). There are boilers with forced and natural draft – this is how the method of removing exhaust gases differs, and there is also equipment that does not depend on electricity at all. Today on the market there are a huge number of different ways to heat houses with boilers. But there is also universal equipment – when the basis is the use of solid fuels, and other types serve as a supplement. For example, solid fuel-liquid fuel-gas boiler. There is also a device with replaceable burners and a wood-gas boiler that emits combustible gas that is burned directly inside the product, which significantly increases the heating effect.
If you do not feel sorry for the money, then it is better to entrust the installation of the boiler to specialists and professionals, especially if you need to install a gas boiler. Then, if there is a certificate and documents of purchase, if there are problems with the equipment, the entire responsibility will be on the manufacturer, and not on the owner, of course, if the operation of the device was correct.