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Baxi offering five-year warranty on new boiler range

One of the country’s leading boiler companies is offering homeowners a five-year warranty on new installations.

Baxi is confident that its new range of boilers will have superb reliability and is keeping the deal open until the end of the year.

There are four boilers included in the deal:

  • Baxi Platinum Combi GA
  • Baxi Duo-tec Combi GA
  • Baxi Neta-tec Combi GA
  • Baxi Megaflo System Compact GA.

These are all top of the range boilers, and come standard fit with the THINK combustion management system.

There are three main improvements that this technology brings. Firstly, there’s a gas adaptive control. This monitors the air and ensures the boiler is always burning at the highest efficiency. This means you’ll never be paying more than you need to.

Secondly there’s the wide modulation range. This keeps your boiler working at 100% when more heat is needed. But as the temperature warms, the boiler will turn down so the correct temperature is maintained. This will reduce your bills as less gas is used.

And thirdly, there’s the automatic set up. The new Baxi boilers can use both natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). So after the installation, your boiler will recognise the gas type and adapt. It makes the boilers quicker and easier to install.

These three features set a new benchmark for reliability. It also helps with the ease of installation and saves you money on your bills.

The gas adaptive control keeps carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide levels correct, while ensuring that the boiler remains in optimum condition and efficiency.

While this does reduce gas bills for you, it also limits the amount of call-outs for the installer.

The new boilers have far better modulation ranges, using 10% less gas. This reduces the wear and tear on the boiler and increases reliability, giving you greater peace of mind.

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2011-09-22T09:57:26+00:00 September 12th, 2011|Boiler Blog|

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