Whether you’ve just had a new boiler fitted or you’re fed up of staring at unsightly pipes and wires, it’s only natural that you would want to conceal these. Combi boiler can be for example hidden behind kitchen units doors or integrated into stand-alone wall unit. A boiler cupboard could be the ideal solution for you, and there are a number of ways you can encase yours.
What’s more, with bespoke designs you can make the most of the space you’ve created and use the boiler cabinet for additional storage.
That said, you need to make sure that you’ve covered all the technicalities. It’s important to remember that modern boiler needs to be accessible for services, maintenance and inspection.
That also goes for the boiler flue as well. That’s where a tailored design comes in! This allows you to make more of the space, while still remaining practical and safe.
Making the most of your boiler cupboard
Once you’ve decided that you want to encase your boiler, you need to decide how much space you have. This will determine the size of the cupboard housing your boiler and if you have room for space above or below it for storage. Once you’ve settled on the style that is going to best suit your needs, you can really begin making the most of the space.
It’s also helpful at this point to decide what you’ll be storing in this cupboard. This can help you to decide whether you want a number of shelves put in, or if you’d like a bigger open space underneath the boiler to store bigger items such as your hoover or ironing board.
Choose the right design
If the purpose of your boiler cupboard is to hide your unsightly plumbing, then you want to make sure you choose an attractive design that is genuinely going to enhance the look of your home. Choose from a number of materials that will compliment your style and will add the perfect finish to an otherwise unsightly aspect of the home.
For a bespoke boiler cupboard housing unit that meets all the correct safety standards, get in touch with the expert team at Solid Carpentry, today.