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Warm Air Central Heating

Problems with your Warm Air central heating unit? Our expert technicians can repair your heating system right away!

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Warm Air Central Heating

Problems with your Warm Air central heating unit? Our expert technicians can repair your heating system right away!

Warm-air central heating units Installations and Repairs in London

Winters in London can be harsh. Buying a new warm air central heating unit or maintaining your current heating system is an investment in your ongoing home comfort, no matter what old man winter brings. Don’t let just any warm-air units company into your home. With over 30 years of experience, you can count on Pace Heating & Plumbing to be there for all your home heating needs.

We’re here to help. Book your FREE in-home consultation today.

Call on Pace for:

  • New warm air central heating units sales and installation
  • Warm air central heating units repairs, service and maintenance
  • Expertise in both conventional warm air central heating units and central heating combi boiler systems

Expert warm air central heating units repairs across London and within the M25

We take warm-air units breakdowns as seriously as you do. Our local teams of experts are committed to getting the heat back on as quickly as possible. In addition, our call centre is always there for you, with live telephone support 24/7/365.

Our warm air central heating units repair services are available for most brands and models and offer peace-of-mind with the following benefits:

  • Simple, upfront pricing
  • Our friendly, professionally gas safe registered engineers will treat you and your home with respect
  • Save 10% off your repair bill if you sign up for a Heating Protection Plan with Pace during your service call**

Warm air central heating units Service and Maintenance

Be good to your heating system and it’ll be good to you. A service from Pace could help to:

  • Keep your heating system working at peak efficiency
  • Identify potential costly breakdowns by inspecting all major warm-air units components
  • Extend the life of your warm-air unit central heating system

Energy-efficient warm air central heating units

Did you know that space heating can represent up to 63% of your home’s energy use and offers the most potential for reducing your energy bill?*

Investing in a new warm-air units system can cost you a lot less to run compared to an older system. For example, an new ErP certified forced-air, gas-fueled warm-air units uses 6% less energy on average than a old standard model*. That could mean a smaller carbon footprint and lower utility bills!

There are many benefits that a warm air heating system can bring to your home:

  • A modern air system provides fast warm up times and will heat your home quickly.
  • The setup eliminates the need for radiators giving you more freedom in terms of room layout.
  • Warm air systems are renowned for their quiet operation so your home won’t be disturbed by unwelcome noises.
  • These systems are very energy efficient with running costs as much as 18% lower than some other types of heating system.
  • Some modern systems have electronic controls to deliver a stable temperature and give you even greater control of your energy use.
  • Warm air systems can include the option of electronic filtration which regularly removes 95% of all airborne particles such as pollen, human and pet hair and bacteria.

We proudly serve every neighborhood in London and within the M25

Whether it’s helping you select a new warm-air unit or keeping your existing heating system in top shape, Call on Pace. You can trust our local London heating experts to provide the best possible solution.

ENERGY TIPS

Take control of your home energy and heating bills

ENERGY TIPS

Take control of your home energy and heating bills

How does Warm air central heating work?

How does warm air heating work?

The air is pulled into the home from a vent to the outside. This air is heated over a gas fuelled flame, which is then circulated around the property via a system of ducts. This type of heating is particularly effective in well insulated properties, and in single storey properties like flats and bungalows, but can also be found in larger homes and in commercial properties.

Heating air directly with a flame is very efficient and will rival a gas boiler in terms of efficiency, whilst ducting the air around the home is also very effective, and can heat a room very quickly, as well as help prevent damp and condensation build up around the home.

At Pace, we make home heating solutions easy. Book your FREE in-home consultation today to learn more.

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  • Considerations warm air heating

While warm air systems were a popular choice, today the majority of UK homes relies on a gas boiler instead. Back in the 1960s and 70s there were not many boilers which were suitable for heating small properties so warm air heating was an effective and energy efficient alternative. As boiler technology has advanced to meet this demand, warm air systems have not really moved on. There are very few manufacturers and they are difficult to retrofit into existing properties.
Warm air systems are still a viable option if incorporated into well insulated newly built homes. However, if you are looking to replace a heating system in your current property a wet central heating system including a boiler and radiators is usually a simpler installation and provides a more effective solution to both your heating and hot water needs.

There are many benefits that a warm air heating system can bring to your home:

  • A modern air system provides fast warm up times and will heat your home quickly.
  • The setup eliminates the need for radiators giving you more freedom in terms of room layout.
  • Warm air systems are renowned for their quiet operation so your home won't be disturbed by unwelcome noises.
  • These systems are very energy efficient with running costs as much as 18% lower than some other types of heating system.
  • Some modern systems have electronic controls to deliver a stable temperature and give you even greater control of your energy use.
  • Warm air systems can include the option of electronic filtration which regularly removes 95% of all airborne particles such as pollen, human and pet hair and bacteria.

It’s always worth thinking about the possible downsides before investing, here are a few things you might want to consider:

  • Many warm air systems do not heat water so you may need to keep a gas boiler or an immersion heater to compensate.
  • Retrofitting ducts or vents into a house can be difficult and will mean having visible ducts in throughout.
  • As there are relatively few manufacturers and installers the market for warm air systems is not as competitive as that of gas boilers so prices are high and options are limited.
  • A warm air system will move air and therefore dust throughout your home which can be a problem for people who suffer with allergies.
Warm Air Central Heating

£ SAVING TIPS

Arranging the installation of a new Warm-Air central heating system for the summer months can reduce disruption and save you money.

£ SAVING TIPS

Arranging the installation of a new Warm-Air central heating system for the summer months can reduce disruption and save you money.

Should I buy a new Warm-Air?

The Warm Air Combi:

Many of our customers have an old warm air unit and would now like to continue to enjoy the advantages duct air solution and don’t want radiators to disfigure their home we can offer replacements using Worcester-Bosch boilers and an air handling unit, for a modern, high efficiency home, using existing ductwork. 

So, what is Air Handling Unit?

Energy is supplied to it by an electrical supply for the variable speed fan and electronics, and a pair of pipes from the boiler containing heated water.  In simplified terms, it is a very large copper radiator with a variable speed fan.

Your old warm air unit is removed and replaced with this neat box, which is coupled to your existing ductwork.  There’s no flue/chimney system, because the new unit uses energy from a boiler located somewhere else. The separate boiler can be one of your choice and it could provide your hot water, and run those radiators in the conservatory or the underfloor heating

There are many things to consider before buying a Warm-Air Heating system. At Pace, we are here to help you choose the best option. Book your FREE in-home consultation today to learn more.

Scheduling your Appointment

If you have any questions about heating your home or are looking to upgrade your boiler, Call Pace Heating & Plumbing 0207-183-2727 today to schedule time with one of our Home Advisors. The advisor will assess your home and discuss your needs to find the right solution for you and your family.

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