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PostPosted: Sun Mar 03, 2019 3:56 pm 
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Hi all, your advice would be appreciated.

I'm sure you'll sympathise with my predicament. I'm funding a central heating upgrade of my daughter's chalet bungalow and can only afford to do this in stages. I've done some research and I'm looking to invest in a system boiler - probably a Worcester Bosch. The reason for choosing a WB product is because my daughter has a maintenance contract with British Gas and they 'appear' to support WB boilers over others such as Viessmann and Valliant (which I have by the way).

My question is; as an interim measure can I have a system boiler installed with a vented system standard cylinder (as current) and then in six months time invest in an unvented cylinder such as a Heatrae Sadia Megaflo cylinder and dispose of the cold water tank.

Your comments/suggestions would be most welcome.
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Simon


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Yes no problem. You can run the hot water as open vented and seal the heating side of the system

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Wonderful. Thanks for your help.


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