Central Heating Question

Help needed for altering heating pipework coming from a 30i combi gas boiler

Help needed please I have a 30i Combi gas boiler in my loft the 22mm flow and return coming from the boiler runs along the loft and down the outside wall and back into the house under the concrete floor.
Could I cut this 22mm flow and return pipework about 6 feet from the boiler in the loft and reduce to 15mm run it down the inside kitchen wall and into the 15mm pipework going to the kitchen radiator and then fit 2 blanks on the 22mm pipework outside as i do not want to lift part of the concrete in the bedroom floor to get at this flow and return . I am hoping that doing this will make the heat up quicker at start up time.

Thankyou. Adam Heating for your answer to my above question further update now I moved into a small bedroom bungalow about 6 months ago the people before me changed from a oil boiler outside to a gas combi 30i and had it fitted in the loft. The gas engineer fitter the flow and return pipework to the oil boiler F/R outside I now would to bring them inside and shortened the run of the F/R and save on heat up time

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i'm concerned that flow and return are ran externally are you sure this is not the gas??
can you post some photos?

Answered 27th Jan 2018

Adam Collins Heating

Member since 17 Oct 2012

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