A Guide to Baxi Boiler Prices Written by Charlie Clissitt Updated on 28 September 2022 ✔ Baxi is one of the UK's top boiler brands, and has warranties of up to 10 years✔ Baxi boilers can cost £600 to £1,300, depending on the model✔ Fill out the form above to get boiler quotes from trusted local installersIf your boiler is reaching the end of its life, it's time to start researching new boiler costs.For many homeowners around the UK in this circumstance, Baxi boilers are a top contender to replace their current unit – they're both efficient and affordable, with prices ranging from £600-£1,300.Not familiar with Baxi? Well, you've come to the right place. In this article, we'll guide you through everything you need to know about Baxi boilers.Alternatively, you can find your perfect boiler by simply filling in this short form. Once we've received your details, our local installers will be in touch shortly with free boiler quotes for you to compare. What's in this guide to Baxi boilers?01 | Who are Baxi?02 | Why choose a Baxi boiler?03 | How much does a Baxi boiler cost?04 | Baxi combi boiler prices05 | Baxi heat-only boiler prices06 | Baxi system boiler prices07 | How do you buy a Baxi boiler?08 | Other boiler brands Who is Baxi?Baxi didn’t always sound this funky. They started out as the Baxendale Company in 1866, when everything was still in black and white.This means the Baxi gang have got over 150 years of experience, making them rather good at creating boilers. Founder Richard Baxendale is of course dead now, but his passion for heating lives on in everything Baxi do. Why choose a Baxi boiler?Here are the key reasons why you should consider buying into the Baxi brand.People love it. In as much as you can actually love a boiler company, families across the UK have been terribly fond of Baxi since your grandfather can remember.Their experience in the industry means you can always expect high quality. Above all else, Baxi understands that a bad boiler is no fun at all.Great customer support. You’re well looked after by Baxi. They care about boilers an awful lot, but they also really care about the people who’ve bought their boilers.With an award-winning support centre that’s open 365 days a year, Baxi are even happy to deal with your boiler issues on Christmas Day.They also have a team of 220 engineers located across the country, ready to come to your house at a moment’s notice (though not all at once).Top-notch efficiency. All Baxi boilers are top of the class, scoring an A when it comes to their efficiency rating. This is great news for your energy bills and even better news for the environment.A real haul of awards. If trophies are anything to go by, Baxi’s haul speaks volumes. The industry really rates Baxi, which should fill customers with confidence.Their highlights include a 2017 Gas Industry award for their customer service, and a 2017 Heating & Ventilation News award for their outstanding Baxi 400 Combi boiler. Did You Know? Some Baxi models come with a 2 or 3 year warranty, but the majority of them last for at least 7 years. A couple of Baxi boilers even have a 10-year guarantee! How much does a Baxi boiler cost?The cost of a Baxi boiler ranges from about £600 to £1300 (excluding installation), depending on the model you choose.Installation costs can reach up to £1,500 and are determined by a bunch of factors, including where you live, the parts required, and the amount of work involved.Baxi offers three types of boiler: combi, heat-only, and system. Most of them run on gas.Some of the Baxi models are mega-powered machines, suitable for huge houses with their high flow rates, while others are a little more modest.You can also find out more about the prices of boilers by visiting our boiler cost page. Baxi combi boiler pricesThe combi boiler is the most popular type of boiler in the UK, which is probably why Baxi makes so many of them.It’s called a ‘combi’ because it combines central heating and hot water in one clever system. Most importantly, it heats water only when it’s needed, so there’s no big hot water cylinder required. This compactness and efficiency is what makes the combi so brilliant.Here’s some key information about the Baxi combi boiler models, including typical prices.Boiler modelSizes (kW)WarrantyTypical priceFuelBaxi 100 Combi24, 282 years£680 – £730GasBaxi 100 Combi LPG24, 282 years£600 – £780LPGBaxi 200 Combi24, 283 years£630 – £700GasBaxi 400 Combi24, 285 years£620 – £690GasBaxi 400 Combi LPG285 years£730LPGBaxi 600 Combi24, 30, 367 years£710 – £1,060GasBaxi 600 Combi LPG24, 307 years£760 – £835LPGBaxi Duo-tec Combi24, 28, 33, 407 years£760 – £1,080GasBaxi Duo-tec Combi LPG287 years£880LPGBaxi EcoBlue + Combi24, 28, 337 years£830 – £1,000GasBaxi EcoBlue Advance Combi24, 28, 33, 4010 years£960 – £1,260GasBaxi Platinum Combi24, 28, 3310 years£850 – £1,075Gas Baxi heat-only boiler pricesThis one’s a bit less fun. Also known as the conventional or regular boiler, it’s something for the traditionalists.With a hot water cylinder and a separate cold water tank, the heat-only boiler comes with a bit more baggage than the combi, but that makes it very good at coping with multiple bathrooms.Need a quick supply of hot water to several showers simultaneously? The heat-only boiler will sort you out.Here’s what you need to know about Baxi’s heat-only boiler range.Boiler modelSizes (kW)WarrantyTypical priceFuelBaxi 200 Heat12, 15, 18, 24, 303 years£650 – £770GasBaxi 400 Heat12, 15, 18, 24, 305 years£690 – £840GasBaxi EcoBlue Heat12, 15, 18, 21, 242 years£760 – £910GasBaxi EcoBlue Advance Heat13, 16, 19, 21, 25, 307 years£770 – £985Gas Baxi system boiler pricesSystem boilers will give you the best of both worlds, lacking the cumbersome cold water tank of a heat-only boiler, but with a bit more oomph than a combi boiler.If you want a Baxi system boiler, it’s a choice between the EcoBlue and the MegaFlo.Boiler modelSizes (kW)WarrantyTypical priceFuelBaxi EcoBlue SystemGas15, 18, 24, 28, 32£910 – £1,130GasBaxi Megaflo System15, 18, 24, 28, 327 years£667 – £850GasClick here to find out if a system boiler is best for your home. How do you buy a Baxi boiler?You can’t actually buy a boiler directly from Baxi. Instead, they’ll refer you to a Gas Safe registered engineer who is fully trained in installing Baxi boilers. Check out some of the leading Baxi stockists here.For some more boiler knowledge, you might also be interested in:Combi boiler guideConventional boiler guideSystem boiler guide Other boiler brandsBaxi not taking your fancy? See reviews and prices for other popular boiler brands:Worcester BoschVaillantGlow WormPotterton What's next?If you feel ready to take the plunge and invest in a new boiler, it's time to get in contact with our professional installers. You can do this by filling in our short form, and our clients will be in touch with you shortly. Your boiler awaits! Written by: Charlie Clissitt Editor Charlie has been researching and writing about the home energy market for over five years, and he has been the editor of The Eco Experts since 2021. Charlie's thoughts on solar panels have seen him featured in various publications, including The Times, Ideal Home, and Grand Designs Magazine. Ever since he can remember, Charlie has worried about the planet, and he one day dreams of owning a solar power farm.