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Small combi boiler recommendations please

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by JCH, 5 Oct 2009.

  1. JCH

    JCH

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    Our present combi boiler is 670mm high, 435mm width and depth 280mm and needs replacing. We would like to keep it in it's present position, but it's in a small kitchen and we don't want to loose our worktop space, so the maximum would want a new boiler to be is 690mm high, 445mm width and 320mm depth. We have seven radiators on the system. Our engineer favours Worcester Bosch and Valliant, but will install whatever we want, so just wondering if there's anything smaller others can recommend.
     
  2. D_Hailsham

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    The Broag Avanta combis will meet your requirement. If it is installed by a Broag approved engineer, it will have a 5 year warranty.
     
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    Does anyone know if Broag Avanta combis are fairly reliable and will most engineers touch them?
     
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    Must reliable boiler in the small domestic market.

    You really need to find an approved installer as you get a 5 year parts and labour warranty.
     
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