Most modern houses in the UK have a central heating system to heat their home and provide hot water for washing. A modern system with a condensing boiler is a highly energy efficient, practical way to provide warmth for your household, and is ideal for the majority of people. Due to advances in boiler technology and design over the last 10 years, a modern, well serviced condensing boiler operates at over 90% efficiency reducing your fuel costs and your carbon footprint considerably. With a wide variety of boilers and fuel types available, from combination boilers which heat the water on demand, to system boilers which heat the water and store it, you can be certain that you are getting the best solution for your household. We can ensure that you get a central heating system tailored to your individual family’s needs. For your peace of mind we only install A-rated condensing boilers which are the most efficient on the market (unless it’s not technically possible).
Why you can trust One call’s heating service

  • All boiler installations carried out by our own Gas Safe Registered engineers
  • Selected boilers come with a full 5 year parts and labor warranty
  • Leading boiler brands – Baxi, Worcester Bosch and Potterton
  • We only install energy efficient A rated boilers where possible

Because your household is unique, so are your boiler and central heating requirements. We all have different priorities, and different requirements from our central heating systems -that’s why you need expert boiler installers who can make sure your central heating system is installed correctly and meets your individual needs. We don’t use sub-contractors for any boiler installations or maintenance We only use our own highly trained boiler installers, so you can be sure you are getting the best quality and service. Our engineers share our vision that your boiler and central heating system are at the heart of your home, and are essential for your day to day life. It goes without saying that all our engineers are Gas Safe registered.
There are a wide range of boilers and manufacturers available on the market which can be confusing at times. To make it simpler for our customers, we only fit the best boilers from the most respected of manufacturers including Baxi , Potterton and Worcester Bosch. All newly fitted boilers are condensing boilers, which are designed to burn fuel as efficiently as possible, reducing the cost of heating your home. Condensing boilers can be combi boilers or system boilers.

Combination boilers (combi boiler)— a combination boiler heats the water for your radiators and hot water on demand. Water is not stored in a cylinder, avoiding the resulting loss of heat over time. Combination boilers take up less space in your house, and are highly efficient, but they may not be suitable for large households that require lots of hot water from multiple taps at the same time.

System Boilers — a system boiler heats the hot water and stores it in a cylinder for later use, usually in an airing cupboard. This provides a larger quantity of hot water and is not affected by people using multiple taps at the same time, but it may be less flexible as the water and radiators are usually heated for fixed, preset periods of time.

Why not consider Underfloor Heating?
One call Plumbing & Heating are specialists in Underfloor Heating and will gladly come out and talk to you regarding the installation of UPH in your property.
Why Underfloor Heating Systems? Underfloor heating is far from a new concept, it was first used by the Romans whose dwellings were constructed with voids through which air, warmed by an open fire, would pass, thus heating the structure.
Underfloor heating is not a new concept in this country either. In the past electric heating elements were buried within floor screeds. These were heated over night using ‘cheap rate’ electricity. However, this method was expensive to run and uncontrollable and the building would over heat during the day but in the evening, when heat is generally required, no further heat was available. Utilizing today’s modern multilayer pipes, control systems and high efficiency boilers, the underfloor heating systems of today are extremely comfortable and controllable. Radiators are no longer needed so giving more room space. The heat is more evenly distributed and dust is not circulated.
Underfloor heating from the whole floor area of the house gently warms the air above, eliminating cold spots. The warm air convects from the floor surface losing approximately 2 degrees centigrade at 2.0 meters above the floor, which makes the system ideal for all ceiling heights. Independent tests reveal that the most acceptable indoor climate is one in which the floor temperature ranges between 19-29°C and the air temperature at head level ranges between 20 and 24°C. With radiator or convector heating systems a vertical temperature gradient is produced; colder at foot level than at the head. Underfloor heating has made it possible to reduce energy consumption by using low water temperatures. These systems, based on the development of complex and very high quality plastic pipe, such as the multilayer pipe, now account for over 60% of some European heating markets