How much will a Worcester Bosch boiler cost?
Worcester Bosch is one of the leading boiler manufacturers in the UK with a strong reputation for quality boilers which offer high levels of performance and efficiency. Their Greenstar boilers are available in a range of outputs and fuel types.
The price of a Worcester Bosch boiler will depend on the type and size but typically they range between £720-£2,600.
The cheapest boiler on offer, with an average cost of £720 is called the Greenstar 12Ri ErP. 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.
Worcester Bosch 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.
Worcester Bosch create several types of combi boiler with their cheapest, Greenstar 25i ErP at approximately £875 and the Greenstar Heatslave II External 25-32 ErP at approximately £2,614.
Worcester Bosch 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. They are also compatible with solar water heating systems which present environmental benefits and energy bill savings.
Worcester Bosch’s cheapest and most popular system boiler is the Greenstar 9i System ErP which has an average cost of £800.
At the more expensive end of the scale is their Greenstar Danesmoor External System 25-32 ErP at an average cost of £2,400. This boiler is installed outside to free up space inside your home.
Review of Worcester Bosch boilers
Worcester Bosch is a highly reputable company and their Greenstar gas boilers have been awarded Which? Best Buys<'/i> for six years in a row. In addition, Worcester Bosch customers voted themselves as the Most Satisfied Customers in the Which? Boiler Survey.
They received a brand score of 92% 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.
They seem to be such a popular choice for customers due to their wide range of boilers that come in gas, propane (LPG), and oil fuel types, suiting a variety of household needs. Their customer service team is also thought to be highly trained and helpful in responding to all boiler related queries or concerns.
The company has a network of Worcester Bosch installers who are specifically-trained on their boilers and know the product inside out. This level of knowledge proves helpful and offers peace of mind when advising customers with precise recommendations and quotes.
How to buy a Worcester Bosch boiler?
Worcester Bosch do not sell directly to customers from their website but instead have qualified installers to advise buyers on what boiler to get based on each individual case. No two installations are the same and so this tailored approach helps to match the right boiler with the right home and avoid any confusion.
After making an appointment, an installer will visit your home to check existing systems and develop an understanding of your needs. From this, they will provide you with a quote for the appropriate boiler type and any installation, flushing, chemical treatment, filter and control fittings.
The quote is usually a no-obligation free quote, but Worcester Bosch advise to check with the installer from the outset.
Some installers also offer service and maintenance plans for your boiler after installation. If not, Worcester Bosch can provide you with their own plan designed for any on-going maintenance needs.
You can a full list of local Worcester Bosch Accredited installers on their website.