I live in a flat on the first floor and have economy 7 heating. I would like to install a shower over the bath. My existing hot water cylinder has a large hot water cylinder and a small cold one above. When filling a bath the hot water gets slower and slower, the cold water remains constant but not high pressure. I have had a few plumber's ideas i.e. fitting a pump but have been told water pressure may not be sufficient; fitting unvented direct cylinder (e.g. ariston) but this is very expensive and will it solve the problem? As I have had contradicting advice please could someone help me!!! :?
Fitting unvented cylinder will be the only way to qurantee pressures at the taps and pressure for a good shower with plenty of flow, of course you will be saving money on not buying a shower pump with this system and can offset that against the unvented cylinder!!!!
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