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    Central Heating System information


    Gas (standard) central heating is the most conventional way to heat your home and is usually connected to a mains gas supply. Your boiler heats water, which is then 'pumped' around your home to your radiators and hot water cylinder if you have one.


    LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) is the closest alternative to mains gas and is used for central heating or hot water. LPG can be stored and delivered to your home via a pipeline.


    An oil based system stores oil in a tank above ground level that is used to fuel both the heating and hot water, via pipes from the tank.


    Other systems may include solid fuel.

    Gas warm air system

    Gas warm air systems heat your home by supplying warm air into rooms through vents in the ceiling or walls.