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WARM AIR HEATING

The warm air heater would usually be open flued and installed in a compartment at a central location within the property to keep ducting lengths to a minimum.  A warm air heater is connected via ducting to outlets situated in relevant positions around the home.  Heated air passes through this ductwork and into the rooms via adjustable, louvred outlets.

Warm Air heating works by drawing cold air into the appliance where it is blown across a heat exchanger by an electric fan.  This heated air is then circulated around the property by way of ducts allowing the warmed air to pass into the rooms.  The cooled air is then drawn back to the appliance, via return ducts,  where the process repeats itself. 

Warm Air Heating Boiler

Warm Air Heating Boiler


Warm air outlets can provide energy outputs that are comparable to those of radiators.  

Although Abacus Gas Engineers do not supply or install warm air systems, we do repair and service domestic warm air appliances as well as all necessary safety inspections and certification for Landlords and Homeowners.

From April 2002, changes in the Building Regulations effect how your installer replaces your boiler/cylinder or makes changes to your heating controls.  

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