A wrong boiler installation could end up being a very annoying, expensive mistake. Do not let the range of products and systems confuse you though. Below are the different types of boilers that provide a cheap solution for your home.Conventional bathroom fitters boilers

This kind of traditional boiler comes in a range of sizes to suit all homes and is capable of producing large amounts of hot water. A conventional boiler installation has several different elements in addition to the boiler itself. There are a pump and variety of controls, plus a hot water cylinder and a cold water tank. The larger the house, the greater the number of bathrooms, the more capacity you need from your boiler installation in terms of its power and size of your cylinder. Conventional boilers are often placed in a kitchen, utility room or cellar with the cylinder in an upstairs cupboard and cold water tank in the loft. Even if you have low water pressure, a conventional boiler can use gravity to give a stronger flow rate. Conventional boilers meet high demand for hot water, but require plenty of space.Combination or combi boilers

This kind of boiler combines all elements of a conventional hot water and heating system in one appliance. This means to say that the pump, control valve, cylinder and thermostats are all within the boiler. One crucial difference from a conventional boiler installation is that there is no need for water cylinders or tanks as the water is heated on demand, straight from the mains. Many are small enough to fit in a kitchen cupboard. This kind of combi boiler installation requires a good level of water pressure to work properly. These appliances have been greatly refined over recent years and can now produce as much as 18 liters of water a minute at 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Combination boiler installations are now an extremely popular choice for flats and small houses as they take up much less room than a conventional setup and save costs by heating water only when you need it. These boilers are neat space savers, are cost effective, give instant hot water and are best for flats and small houses with good water pressure.