Baxi Boiler Installation in Lightwater
Baxi boiler installation in Lightwater has increased due to the range of high efficiency domestic gas boilers.
With a long history (the brand goes back to 1866) Baxi is one of the largest boiler manufacturers in Europe and one of the most recognised brands in the UK boiler market today.
With a commitment to innovation and excellence, the East Midlands-based boiler brand produces a range of boilers to suit all needs and pockets, including system heat only and combi boilers systems
Baxi boilers benefit from an A-rating for efficiency and are simple to use and compact in size. Their boilers not only meet but exceed the latest European standards for energy efficiency, safety and emissions. If you choose a Baxi boiler you can be safe in the knowledge that your home will be heated by a trusted brand built around a reputation for producing quality products at affordable prices.
Installing your Baxi boiler
If you’re looking to install a Baxi gas boiler replacement why not talk to us before you decide – call Lightwater 01276 805758 and we’ll take you through the costs, benefits and savings.
What Types of Baxi boilers will suit my Lightwater home?
Baxi’s range includes heat only boilers, system boilers, Combi boilers and back boiler units which use natural gas as well as LPG (liquefied petroleum gas).
Condensing combi are a popular choice. Simple to use and compact in size, they are ideal where space is limited. Within the Baxi range there are 4 different combi boilers available: Platinum, Duo-tec, Neta-tec and Avanta.
With such a wide range of Baxi Boilers to have installed, in our experience it's often best we make an initial free visit to your home to review the following before making any recommendations
- Position of existing boiler:- Will your boiler need to be moved/rehoused elsewhere
- The mix of hot water and heating your property requires:- Some prefer a regular bath, whilst others only shower, all of which effect the boiler usage and type we recommend.
- Size of property- clearly the amount of rooms to heat has an impact
- Number of radiators - again of your home has a mix of central heating and electric heating, through to if your radiators have heating controls already installed.