Unvented hot water systems are fed directly from the cold-water mains, which gives you hot water at cold water pressure. This is useful if you want high pressure showers or quick running baths.

A benefit of unvented systems is that you don't need a cold-water storage tank, ideal for those homes with less space. The water is usually heated via an immersion system or directly via the central heating.

Alternatively, there are vented hot water systems which are the more traditional of the two systems. This is where you do have a cold-water storage tank – usually in lofts of properties, which is heated up separately.

These tend to be the cheaper heating system as the materials and technology behind them are more straight-forward, however one set back can be that the water pressure may not be as good compared to an unvented system. If you are concerned about your water pressure get in touch and we can help you, as we have a team trained on both systems that could help resolve your problem.

Alternatively, if you are considering installing a whole new water system in your home, arrange a visit or call us and we can discuss in greater detail the two options and identify which may be best for you.


Whether you are updating your existing heating system or are embarking on a self-build project, the launch of Worcester's new Greenfloor underfloor heating system means the leading boiler manufacturer now offers a complete range of energy-efficient heating solutions for your home.

HBN Heating are specialists in providing underfloor heating for the home and the benefits for householders are many. Combined with the new Worcester Bosch Renewable Energy Products, underfloor heating can significantly reduce your home heating bills by as much as 40%.

Far more cost efficient than conventional radiators, which heat the top of the room first, underfloor heating operates at lower temperatures distributing heat up in a uniform way to create a warm cosy environment that prevents cold spots, creates space and adds immediate significant value to your home.


Oil tanks come in various sizes and styles (horizontal and vertical) to suit all spaces, these heating oil tanks, also known as domestic oil tanks, are designed to store kerosene central heating oil.

Bunded oil tanks meet and exceed all current oil storage regulations in the UK and Ireland. They are OFCERT certified and manufactured to ISO Standards.

They also come complete with oil monitoring and oil tank security features including an alarm and oil level sensor to provide you with peace of mind that not only is your oil tank is secure, but you will be alerted before you run out of oil.

LOOKING FOR SPECIALIST ENGINEERS? Our experienced and helpful staff are always happy to help.

We are Gas Safe registered

HBN Heating takes gas safety seriously. All of our engineers are on the Gas Safe Register and will have their official identity card when you ask to see it.

Gas Safe Register is the official gas safety organisation in Great Britain.

It replaced CORGI on 1st April 2009. Gas Safe Register is responsible for the registration and regulation of gas engineers. Membership is mandatory for any company or engineer working with gas appliances.

If you would like to find out more about Gas Safe Register you can call
0800 408 5500 or visit the Gas Safe Register website.

We are Oftec registered

OFTEC is the Oil Fired Technical Association. They are recognised by the Government, oil companies, heating appliance and tank manufacturers as being the acceptable trade body in technician training & assessment for the domestic heating, oil distribution and commercial oil firing industry.

For the oil industry in England and Wales, OFTEC registered technicians are the only people defined as competent and able to self-certify their work without the need for informing the local building control department.

If you would like to find out more about OFTEC you can call
01473 626298 or website.


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