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Combi Boiler Replacement

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Iam looking at replaceing my old combi boiler with a new condensing combi boiler is there any one able to recommend a boiler as there are so many out there , My needs are 11 ltr min hot water and at l… Read More
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
Iam looking at replaceing my old combi boiler with a new condensing combi boiler is there any one able to recommend a boiler as there are so many out there , My needs are 11 ltr min hot water and at least 14 kw on central heating side, My price range is about £800 for the boiler + fitting extra . Many thanks if your able to recommend a reasonable boiler
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Any Vaillant combi condensing.

Mods Lock thread please.
#2
You wont get much better than a worcester boiler for your budget, this one should fit your needs but I'll have a look around and see if I can find it cheaper.
http://www.buycentralheating.com/worcester-boiler.asp?id=335
#3
Vaillant
#4
Had endless problems with vailants over the years but now have a worcester and no problems in 5 years
#5
choc1969
Had endless problems with vailants over the years but now have a worcester and no problems in 5 years


they are great my family have them and had no problems either x x
#6
Don't know much about these things, but when I asked my plumber about getting a condensing boiler he said that the cost of the boiler was only the start.

They have to drain down the system and do all sorts of other things, flushing it out etc, probably taking all day and costing a packet.

Is that true? :?
#7
The short and sweet answer to that is yes,

They'll have to clean he system (by flushing) because the newer boilers have small filters in them and can't take the debris left in by your "old" system.

The other factor is the age of your pipe-work. radiators and valves because the new system will run at a higher operating pressure. BG wantet to replace my whole system even though I'd just replaced all the radiators etc because otherwie they couldn't guarentee it in case of a joint failure on the existing pipe-work.

Needless to say they didn't get the job but there are still considerations to be made in addition to just swapping out the boiler it'self.

NV
#8
Many thanks for all your replies its helped a lot. Yes its true you need a clean system i will do that my self take each rad out and flush and check the valves if you already have a combi boiler the pressure should be much the same as the pressure relief valve is set to about 3 bar ,if you are able to clean your own system you can save yourself 200-300 pounds. Now its finding an installer that wont rip you off.

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