I have a new utility room where I will be putting the boiler for our central heating system. The room is 4m x 2.5m, 3 outside walls and one outside door, no window. Modern build with insulation and a loft above it (fully insulated). It has been suggested to me that the fact the boiler will be housed in here (oil fired combo boiler) will mean the room will be warm enough not to need extra radiators of its own. Is this realistic, bearing in mind we will be using the ultility room to prepare food etc so its not a dump the washing and go type room.
I would be greatful to hear anyone's thoughts about this.
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