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ShaunCorbs

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Ideally you should be matching the Heatloss to the boiler size but yes within reason
 

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Combi Boilers will nearly always have a mismatch between HW demand and CH demand, a decent shower requires a 30kw boiler even if one lives in a one bedroom house.
 

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