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    • mae
    • By mae 8th Oct 17, 9:30 AM
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    Valiant and Worcester Boiler Quotes
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    • 8th Oct 17, 9:30 AM
    Valiant and Worcester Boiler Quotes 8th Oct 17 at 9:30 AM
    Hi I need a new boiler because ours is old and has broken the last few winters and also to accomadate a new extension we will be having next year.

    So we have had 3 quotes (all local small firms) and I'd appreciate any guidance before we make a decision which one to go with. All quotes include fitting (doesn't need to be moved as its in the garage) and includes magnetic filter and vat. They will be using existing controls.

    1) Valiant ecoTEC plus 424 open vent boiler 1800
    or Valiant ecoTEC plus 430 open vent for 1900.

    2)Worcester Bosch 24Ri regular boiler 2085

    3) Worcester 30cdi 2695
    or 40cdi 3195

    The house is a 4 bedroom detached and we will be adding a ground floor extension on the rear right across the house with under floor heating.
    Last edited by mae; 08-10-2017 at 9:34 AM.
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    • mae
    • By mae 12th Oct 17, 10:32 AM
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    Thanks everyone. Obviously a very divided opinion on the best make but that's understandable that would go for any product from a car to a food brand.

    I am yet to make a decision, I need to make a decision based on size and obviously cost/service too as both the Valiant and Worcester are good makes.

    Our current boiler is a Baxi which for the last couple of years has broken in winter but it is about 15 years old and the builders would have put in the least model/size they could get away with at the time I guess.
    • Cisco001
    • By Cisco001 13th Oct 17, 10:12 AM
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    You could try those boiler calculator which give you ideas what size you require
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