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Firebird has been identified as an Irish manufacturing success story having repeatedly won multiple awards for quality, innovation and business practices. Firebird continue to push the boundaries in the ever-changing world of heating technology and have introduced a number of technologies under the registered GBI (Gas Booster Incineration) label to the Irish market.
Firebird Boilers are the only oil fired boilers that include an on-demand pump built into their design – enabling you to maximise efficiency, boost your comfort and save on energy costs.
So what’s the secret behind Firebird Boiler’s huge success? It is probably the fact that they have achieved a perfect balance between product innovation and considered manufacturing. You can also be assured that whatever Firebird boilers you choose to install, they are going to be built to last.
When you are looking for a boiler you will probably come across the Firebird brand and their range of boilers. Firebird manufacture an extensive range of oil and gas boilers, packaged and open ventilators, as well as air source products.
If you’re pressed for space then you’ll be pleased to hear that the Firebird A3 combi boilers are easy to install, with a compact boiler size of just 50 litres. This makes them ideal if you don’t have room for an external boiler or if you live in an area where installing an oil tank may prove tricky (such as London).
When you are looking for a supplier of regular oil boilers, you can be confident that the Firebird brand has a great deal to offer. You will find that Firebird boilers come in various sizes to give you almost unlimited choice. Depending on your particular installation preferences, you may well be able to get a unit that is perfect for your home.
The regular boilers by Firebird are the solution for you, if you’re looking for a homely and efficient heating system.
A Firebird system oil boiler functions in a similar way to the central heating oil boilers – by heating water through a continuous cycle of combustion. There are certainly many advantages to this, but choosing the right unit for your home can still be a little tricky.
There’s an extensive number of different models to choose between with a number of different output ratings. As for the different types of boiler you can go for, the choice will depend on your price range and exact heating requirements.
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