Alpha Boiler Prices and Review Jonathan Whiting Last updated on 11 August 2022 5 min read ✔ Alpha produce a wide range of conventional, combi, and system boilers✔ The cost of an alpha boiler ranges from £695 to over £2,215✔ You can get a tailored quote for a new boiler by filling in the short form aboveHaving a reliable boiler is important. Without one, you run the risk of not being able to warm your home consistently, or worse, causing an explosion.Efficiency is important too, because with one you could save hundreds on your energy bills. Finding the right boiler isn't always easy though.We're here to help, by looking into boilers from Alpha, one of the best boiler manufacturers in the UK. Read on to learn the ins and outs of Alpha.Alternatively, you can speed up the process of getting a new boiler by filling in this short form to receive free quotes from our suppliers.In this Alpha Guide:01| How Much Will an Alpha Boiler Cost?02| Alpha Combi Boiler Prices03| Alpha System Boiler Prices04| Review of Alpha Boilers05| How Do You Buy an Alpha Boiler?06| What Next?How Much Will an Alpha Boiler Cost?Alpha is a boiler manufacturer in the UK that has been established for 50 years. They sell a range of boilers for different households including their flagship Intec C combi boiler.The price of an Alpha boiler will depend on the type and size but typically they range between £695 to £2,215.The cheapest boiler on offer, with an average cost of £599 is the Alpha CD24R. This is a heat-only or regular boiler which may be the best option for replacing an existing boiler if the property has an older radiator system.The most expensive at £2,215 is the Alpha Intec2 30SE system boiler.The table below shows the average price of Alpha's cheapest and most expensive combi and system boilers.Type of Alpha BoilerPrice of Cheapest BoilerPrice of Most Expensive BoilerCombi£695£2,000System£920£2,215You can find out which type of boiler is most suitable for your home by visiting our best boiler guide. Alpha Combi Boiler PricesA 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.Alpha create several types of combi boiler with their cheapest, Alpha Intec2 28XE at approximately £695 and the Alpha Intec2 30SE at approximately £2,000.The table below compares the key specifications of leading Alpha combi boilers that we recommend.Alpha Combi BoilerFuelSize (kW)ErP Efficiency (Water Heating)Typical PriceIntec2 28XEGas or LPG26, 30, 35A£695Intec34CGas or LPG30, 34A£895Intec30GSGas or LPG30, 34A£1,540Intec2 30CEGas or LPG26, 30, 35A£2,000 Alpha System Boiler PricesSystem 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.Alpha’s cheapest system boiler is the Alpha Intec2 35CE which has an average cost of £915. At the more expensive end of the scale at £2,215 is the Alpha Intec2 30SE system boiler.The table below compares key product details of the top Alpha system boilers that we recommend.Alpha System BoilerFuelSize (kW)ErP Efficiency (Water Heating)Typical PriceIntec2 35CEGas or LPG20, 30A£915Intec2 30SEGas or LPG20, 30A£2,215 Review of Alpha BoilersAlpha has been heating homes for more than 50 years, offering a range of competitively-priced boilers that are fairly easy to service.You can buy all three types of boiler from Alpha – combi, regular, and system – although they offer only gas-fuelled models.Alpha is a member of the Immergas Group, an international alliance of central heating suppliers that maintain high quality customer service, including reliable aftercare packages.See reviews and prices for other popular boiler brands:Worcester BoschVaillantBaxiPotterton How Do You Buy an Alpha Boiler?Alpha will not quote or sell to you directly but instead refer you to an engineer who has installed an Alpha 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 boiler installation by visiting our installation cost page.You can find a list of local, Alpha-recommended engineers on their website.You might also be interested in:Combi boiler guideCoventional boiler guideSystem boiler guideWhat Next?There you have it — all you could possibly want to know about Alpha boilers. Now it's time to compare which boiler is a perfect fit for your home. Head over to our short form, and pop in your details. Once you've done this, our local professional installers will get in touch with free boiler quotes. Jonathan Whiting An eco hero with a head for numbers, Jon’s data visualisation skills are legendary. 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