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How boilers are sized. Properly sizing a boiler is accomplished by matching the heat output (BTUh) of the appliance with the home's need for heat (and domestic hot water load, if an indirect-fired water heater is installed). Click here for more information on indirect-fired water heaters. There are no shortcuts to properly sizing a boiler.
With gas or oil boilers, it isn't as important to get the boiler size right. Fossil fuel appliances can more easily start up and shut down (short cycling) so these boilers are often oversized. Wood boilers need to avoid short cycling (see the blog about Thermal Storage Tanks!) to reach peak efficiency.
What Size Boiler Do I Need? When you are choosing the boiler for your home, you need to consider its size, otherwise known as output. Having the right size boiler for your property is crucial to a comfortable and warm home.
For this reason, if you are replacing an older system with a Combi or System boiler, the size you need will be influenced by the flow rate (pressure) of the water coming from the mains. You need to make sure the boiler you choose is big enough to cope with the amount of water passing through it to be heated.
For instance, ask yourself what size boiler do I need for a three-bed house or what size boiler do I need to run 16 radiators? But remember, it isn't just about radiators and bedrooms, it's about bathrooms too. Your boiler will provide the hot water for your showers, your baths and your taps.
Now you know which type of boiler you require, use the tables below to work out what size boiler you need. NB this is a rough guide, a heating engineer will need to properly size the boiler during a home visit. If you have a system or regular boiler the size will be based on the heat requirements of your property.
What size of boiler do I need? Given that a new boiler is one of the most important investments that you will make in your home, it is important to make the right choice. A new boiler will typically last up to fifteen years and will be responsible for providing for your heating and hot water needs all day, everyday.
There are literally thousands of boilers on the market. And specification sheets rarely make deciding what size boiler you need any easier. Although you should consult a Gas Safe engineer to calculate the correct BTU output and therefore, decide on the correct boiler, this guide will help you understand some of the popular options.