Should I change my boiler

5 Jan 2024
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I am going to be installing a bath in my home as currently I only have an electric shower, I currently have a Worcester 24i Junior but when I had a local plumber install a new shower for me a while back I mentioned looking to have a bath fitted in the near future and he mentioned that I might find my boiler struggles to maintain the heat to fill,
I have never had any issues with my current boiler and it currently runs 8 rads in my home without issue, should I change or will my current set up be fine once I have a bath installed,

Just for max detail my bath will be fitted upstairs and my boiler is downstairs (not sure if that makes any difference)

Really appreciate any advice on what to do
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It will do a bath ,most combs of that size deliver 10 litres per minute, new ones are the same unless you get a bigger kw model. If working stick with it.
If it doesn’t do the job when you have the bath fitted, then change it. No point in changing it first.
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Appreciate all the responses everyone think I will definitely stick with it and see how it performs, feel a lot better about it now as well

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