We offer many high efficiency gas boilers including Weil McLain Ultra Boilers, Lochinvar Boilers, Buderus Boilers, Burnham Alpine Boilers, Embassy Boilers, Prestige Solo Boilers, Viessmann Vitodens Boilers, Slantfin Bobcat Boilers, and Ray-2000 Boilers. Additionally, many of the above are condensing boilers.
Standard (non-condensing) boilers vs. condensing boilers: Boilers with AFUE efficiency between about 80% and 84% are termed standard efficiency. If the units have 85% to 90% efficiency, some brands call them high-efficiency boilers. Most standard boilers have cast iron heat exchangers.
Condensing Boiler Prices Determining the price of a new condensing boiler is not so straightforward since it depends on a series of different factors. The size of the condensing boiler you are installing is the first important factor since a small apartment requires a much smaller boiler than a large household, thus the system will be a few ...
Condensing boiler prices vary depending on size and other features, but the price is well worth the benefits. With 60% of your home energy costs being directly linked to the boiler you use, it is well worth installing a high efficiency boiler to hopefully lower your bills.
The price you can expect to pay for a condensing boiler will depend on a number of factors, including your current home set-up, and whether or not you want a direct replacement to your old model (it can be more complicated if you wish to swap a regular boiler and tanks for a condensing combi boiler).
Condensing Boilers prices vary from £500 to £1,700 depending on the brand or output. Condensing boilers prices vary dependent on your budget. You can, for example, buy a perfectly good condensing boiler from a top brand, such as; Baxi, Valliant, Potterton, Worcester Bosch or Glow Worm, for less than £700.