Potterton Boiler Prices and Reviews

Potterton have 150 years of experience producing reliable and highly economical boilers. All their products come with an energy efficiency rating of A.

Potterton boilers are extremely affordable, starting from just £578.

You can compare prices of Potterton boilers by completing the form above.



How much will a Potterton boiler cost?

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Potterton boilers are manufactured in the UK and are available in regular, combi and system varieties to suit different households.

The price of a Potterton boiler will depend on the type, size and fuel type but typically they range between £578 - £2,740.

The cheapest boiler on offer, with an average cost of £578 is the Potterton Gold 18 System ErP. The most expensive at £2,740 is the Potterton Promax 24 Store & 115l Cylinder ErP which is also a system boiler.

The table below shows the average price of the cheapest and most expensive combi and system boilers produced by Potterton.

Type of Potterton Boiler
Price of Cheapest Boiler
Price of Most Expensive Boiler
Combi
£615.00
£1,295.00
System
£578.00
£2,740.00


Find out whether your home requires a combi or a system boiler by visiting our best boiler guide.



Potterton combi boiler prices

A combination or ‘combi’ boiler heats water directly from the mains when you turn on a tap. This means that unlike a heat-only or regular boiler, you won’t need a separate hot water storage cylinder or a cold water storage tank.

Combi boilers tend to produce good shower pressure and are also more cost and energy-efficient as the water is heated instantly rather than stored in a cylinder.

Potterton create several types of combi boiler with their cheapest, Potterton Gold 24 Combi ErP at approximately £615 and the Potterton Promax 28 Combi ErP at approximately £1,295.

The table below compares the key specifications of Potterton's top combi boilers.

Potterton Combi Boiler
Fuel
Size (heat output in kW)
ErP Efficiency (water heating)
Typical Price
Gold 24 Combi ErP
Gas
24;28;33
A
£615.00
Promax 24 Combi ErP
Gas
24;28;33
A
£836.00
Promax 33 Combi ErP
Gas
24;28;33
A
£1,048.00
Promax 28 Combi ErP
Gas
24;28;33
A
£1,295.00



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Potterton system boiler prices

System boilers have heating and hot water components in-built so there is no need for an extra water tank, although it does require a cylinder for storing hot water. This is good for properties with high hot water demands and multiple bathrooms.

They are also compatible with solar water heating systems which present environmental benefits and energy bill savings.

Potterton’s cheapest system boiler is the Potterton Gold 18 System ErP which has an average cost of £578. At the more expensive end of the scale at £2,740 Potterton Promax 24 Store & 115l Cylinder ErP.

The table below compares the top system boilers from Potterton.

Potterton System Boiler
Fuel
Size (heat output in kW)
ErP Efficiency (water heating)
Typical Price
Gold 18 System ErP
Gas
18;24;28
n/a
£578.00
Promax 24 System ErP
Gas
24;28;33
n/a
£1,365.00
Promax 32 System ErP
Gas
12;15;18;24;32
n/a
£1,365.00
Promax 24 Store & 90l Cylinder ErP
Gas
24
n/a
£2,588.00
Promax 24 Store & 115l Cylinder ErP
Gas
24
n/a
£2,740.00




Review of Potterton boilers

Potterton boilers received an overall brand score of 54% from Which? The brand score is assessed by customer survey and ratings from heating engineers. These surveys were carried out in April and May 2015.

According to Which? Potterton boilers fell short in the 2016 owners survey compared to the reliability of other brands like, Worcester Bosch, Vaillant, Viessmann, Johnson & Starley and Intergas.

Which? also covered the opinions of heating engineers who said the build quality of Potterton boilers is average as is their ability to be fixed easily.

The engineers said Potterton boilers are reasonably priced and easy to source parts and spares. However, they are not up to the same standard as other manufacturers.


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How do I buy a Potterton boiler?

Potterton will not quote or sell to you directly but instead refer you to an engineer who has installed an Potterton boiler within the last six months. This is because every home is unique and an engineer will need to assess your requirements before recommending a particular type.

Once this assessment is complete, the engineer will then provide you with a quote that will state which boiler you need and how much the installation will cost.You can find out more about the price of boiler installation by visiting our installation cost page.

You can find a list of local, engineers on their website.


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