Home Combi Boiler Prices
Combi boilers prices vary from £600 to £2000 dependent on make,model and your energy requirements. Combi boilers prices vary hugely in price – normally from £500 to £1500 depending on brand, insurance/warranty, installation and, of course, the size/power. Here we compare a few of each size to give you an idea on combi boilers prices. Here is a list of some of the most popular combi boiler prices on the market today
|Combi boiler model||Combi boiler kw output||Combi Size||Combi Average Price|
|Worcester Bosch Greenstar 42cdi Classic||£42 kw||£Large size house 3 – 5 bedrooms estimated output *35kw to 42kw||£1374|
|Worcester Bosch Greenstar 34cdi Classic||£30 kw||£Medium size house requiring up to 15 radiators estimated outout *28kw to 34 kw||£1020|
|Vaillant ecoTEC Plus Combination||£24 kw||£A small house, flat or apartment output between 24 & 27kw.||£784|
|Potterton Promax Combi HE Plus||£30 kw||£||£145|
|Potterton Promax Combi HE||£28||£||£650|
|Baxi Neta-Tec Plus Combi GA||£24 kw||£||£640|
|*These are estimated figures based on installing a new A-rated condensing boiler with a programmer, room thermostat and thermostatic radiator controls (TRVs) in a gas-heated home from an older boiler without controls. Savings will vary depending on the size and thermal performance of your home. http://www.energysavingtrust.org.uk/domestic/replacing-my-boiler|
Added Combi Boiler Installation Costs And Rates
The main reason why you should choose a condensing boiler and not a regular one is above all else its efficiency, that is, it can heat the same amount of water or warm up the same area of your home, using less energy, thus allowing more savings when it time to pay the bill. This higher efficiency is based on use of the water vapor that is released at the time of the fuel burning, vapor which in regular boilers is wasted, while condensing boilers take advantage of this and turn the vapor into heating. LESS ENERGY CONSUMPTION ==> MORE SAVINGS.
This type of boiler implies that, at the time of the fuel burning, water vapor is released. The vapor (condensation) represents around 11 % of the 100% energy of the burnt fuel.
The condensing boiler has a heat exchanger inside and its function it is to take advantage of those extra 11% of energy, which in a regular boiler would be wasted and use it for heating.
So, through the use of the condensation produced during ignition it’s possible to have an efficiency higher than 110% ( when compared to the inferior heating power of gas).
Unfortunately this means that the installation is not cheap and you would need to get qualified registered engineers to come out and do the work. While some single units can be installed very quicky ( in as little as two hours) each boiler model is built and designed differently. There fore a number of practical factors mentioned below wil play a role in the installation costs: size, radiator-replacement, the length of the flue required to vent waste gases and whether or not you need to remove old water tanks currently taking up space in your attic or airing cupboard.
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