Electric flow boilers
Up to 99.8% energy efficient and
EcoDesign Lot20 compliant
The new ThermoSphere electric boiler range, the perfect electric water heating solution for homes without gas supply or where space is at a premium.
Gas boilers are responsible for 60% of carbon dioxide emissions in the UK and with 22 million homes using gas boilers, that‘s a significant level of pollution. The government is making steps to help reduce the impact by banning gas boilers in new builds by 2025.
Direct electric boilers and other low carbon heating systems are predicted to be integral to achieving these targets. Installing an electric boiler now puts you on the front foot towards a zero carbon future.
Run hot water and heating that‘s kinder to the planet.
The benefits of the new boiler range include:
With or without pump...
Available with a pump or without, the new electric boiler range is a perfect water heating solution for homes without a gas supply or where space is at a premium. The compact nature of the boilers makes them ideal to be easily hidden away out of sight. Both versions of the boilers work with traditional central heating radiators,
wet underfloor heating manifolds, conventional room thermostats and thermostatic radiator valves.
The electric boiler works with your existing heating system
Wet underfloor heating systems
Central heating radiators
Thermostatic radiator valves
Conventional room thermostats
Future proof your home, today
From 2025 the average new-build home is expected to have 80% less carbon emissions than current standards. Direct electric boilers and other low carbon heating systems are predicted to be integral to achieving these targets. Install an electric boiler now and lead the charge towards our zero carbon future.
ThermoSphere electric boilers don't require an annual service so there are no maintenance costs to worry about. PLUS, you have a 3 year warranty which includes the hydraulic pump set, so relax and enjoy the comfort.
Frequently asked questions
Electric boilers run using much simpler technology than their gas counterparts, operating with very few moving parts.
Powered from your electricity supply which can be provided from green energy sources rather than buying gas or oil fossil fuels.
Once switched on, the electricity flows into the boiler, heating the internal elements which in turn heat the water. The heated water is then pumped around your home through your pipe work, flowing into your electric heating devices; for example your electric underfloor heating, boilers and radiators!
To work out which size (kW) electric boiler you need, we advise working out the demand. How many radiators will your boiler be heating for example?
As a rule of thumb, you would typically allow 1.5kW per radiator. So if you had 4 radiators at 1.5kW, a 6kW boiler should be the correct size. If you have 6 radiators in your house, we would suggest our 9kW boiler, and so on.
It is worth noting that ceiling height, insulation and single/double glazing can have an effect on efficiency.
On face value an electric boiler will be more expensive to run than a gas boiler because electricity is more expensive than gas per KW, at peak times. Most energy companies now offer greatly reduced rates for off-peak times. This can actually make electricity cheaper than gas at low demand times! Speak to your energy supplier to find out what your options are.
Installation costs for electric boilers are much lower and there are no maintenance plans or annual services to pay for. So when you look at the lifetime costs, an electric boiler becomes a much more viable option.
If you have a solar PV system installed in your home, the running costs of an electric boiler won't cost you a penny!
No, nada, nothing.
But you should test the RCD on the circuit once a month. You can do this yourself by simply pressing the test button.
Gas boilers will still be present in existing homes. The government’s plan is to replace gas boilers in new builds by 2025 only. This means that any potential gas boilers in new builds will be replaced by low-carbon emission systems such as electric boilers.