Does My Boiler Affect The Type Of Wireless Thermostat I Can Buy?
When purchasing a brand-new wireless thermostat, you must consider what type of boiler you have as this can affect the type or wireless thermostat you can purchase.
What Is The Difference Between A Conventional And Combi Boiler?
Many people are not completely sure about what exactly is different between Conventional and Combi Boilers, but it is simply this:
Conventional boilers have a separate hot water tank which needs to be heated in advance to get hot water. Combi Boilers provide hot water for your radiators and for your taps on demand.
What Wireless Thermostats Can I Use With A Conventional Boiler?
If you happen to have a conventional boiler meaning you have a separate water tank, this means you need a kit with 2 channels, one for your hot water and another for your heating. The Wiser Multi-Zone Kit 2 for conventional boilers allows you to schedule your hot water as well as your room and radiator thermostats via the Wiser Heat app.
What Wireless Thermostats Can I Use With A Combi Boiler?
If you happen to have a Combi Boiler meaning your hot water is available on demand, you are able to purchase the Wiser Multi-Zone Kit 1 which is the perfect solution for Combi Boilers as it can be used to control both your room and radiator thermostats via the Wiser Heat app and your hot water will be instant.
What Wireless Thermostats Can I Use If I Have Two Heating Zones?
Some, usually larger, properties have two heating zones meaning you need two wireless thermostats. Whether you have a combi boiler or conventional boiler you will need the Wiser Thermostat Kit 3 in this situation. This offers two channels for heating and a hot water channel if required.