What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?
Answered by NB Jennings plumbing and Heating
4th May 2020
NB Jennings plumbing and Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
A common misconception people can make when thinking about a combi boiler is thinking that the more radiators they have in the house the bigger the boiler needs to be. NOT TRUE. The pump in any size combination boiler is the same size, It is the burner inside the boiler that changes. The size of your combi is determined by your incoming water flow rate. For an example if your water flow rate was 18 litres a minute and you fitted a 24 KW combi you would only ever get luke warm water. Why? Because the burner is not big enough to heat the desired amount of water.
Answered by Flo Building Solutions
11th January 2020
Flo Building Solutions answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
One of my favourite combination boilers is a baxi we have been fitting them for 10 years with no problems at all. British manufactured. Come with 2 , 5 , 7 or 10 Year warranty depending on which model you pick. All can be used with Smart controls. And also come in different sizes for hot water demand.
Answered by Harvest Fields Heating & Plumbing Services
17th September 2019
Harvest Fields Heating & Plumbing Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The brand of combi boiler that I install the most of is Vaillant. Good build quality, reliable and long warranties. The size of boiler depends on a number of factors and I would recommend you get a local engineer in to talk through your specific needs. Every engineer has there own favourite boilers.
Answered by S Banks Plumbing Heating & Eco Energies Ltd
10th September 2019
S Banks Plumbing Heating & Eco Energies Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Vaillant Combi boilers are the best boilers on the market. Perfect for any installation in any household especially 2-3 bed houses. Vaillant have proven experience and expertise in building boilers to a fantastic specification. So no matter what house or building you need to heat, Vaillant will have a boiler do you.
Answered by S.A.Hughes Plumbing & Heating
3rd September 2019
S.A.Hughes Plumbing & Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
the best boiler for a 2 - 3 bedroom house is quite often a matter of personal opinion I would say that the baxi 600 range provides some of the best warranties , customer service and value for money on the market currently with a good flow rate at even the 24kw range it will easy provide enough heat for up to 10 radiators and one bathroom
Answered by S Seddon Heating
31st August 2019
S Seddon Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
“What is the best Combi for a 2-3 bedroom house?” This is a vague question and hard to give a 100% answer but a 2-3 bedroom house with 1 bathroom should normally require a boiler of 24-30kw. There are several variables to this which would need to be discussed and checked before I would normally recommend a specific boiler. Is the water pressure sufficient? What are the current flow rates at the hot/cold outlets? How many people occupy the property? How many bathrooms or room which require extra outlets? I would normally go for a Worcester or Vaillant 30kw boiler but will fit the best boiler at the budget of the customer. When recommending a boiler I believe in promoting the best after service and during my experience it has come from these brands. When looking at Combi boilers and sizing the output or Kw is linked to the hot water performance so the higher the output the higher the flow rates through the boiler and to the hot water outlets. If you like a large bath or a more powerful shower then a bigger output would suit but the existing pressure and flow would have to be available. Before recommending I would always visit the property and make my judgement on what is best for that customer.
Answered by Roy Millar Plumbing and Heating
23rd August 2019
Roy Millar Plumbing and Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The best combi for a typical 2-3 bed house and 1 bathroom would be BAXI 630. Very compact for space saving and will fit into a kitchen wall unit so big units to be built around and sticking out. Also comes with 7 year parts and labour warranty. Reasonably priced for a good quality product
Answered by MB Gas & Heating Ltd
5th August 2019
MB Gas & Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
For a standard 2-3 bedroom / 1 bathroom house we would recommend the Baxi 630 boiler , solid brass , stainless steel components with a long 7 year warranty . This boiler has been engineered so well it can fit into a standard kitchen unit and is fully serviceable and maintainable from the front of the boiler with no need to ever access the sides . It boasts a good water flow rate and is fully compatible with the latest smart controls/ smart thermostats such as nest, Honeywell lyric and hive
Answered by Enflame Heating and Plumbing
5th August 2019
Enflame Heating and Plumbing answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
We have found the most popular choice of combi boiler to be Baxi 630 for 2/3 bedroom houses. Baxi claim to have to have a 12.2 litres per min on hot water demand but the main factor is providing the mains water pressure to the property is of adequate pressure to begin with. Having fitted the Baxi duo-etc and Platinum combi boiler over the 10 years we have found them to be quite robust with little complaint if any at all. As a Baxi approved installer we decided to change to Baxi 630 as a preferred engineered choice based on the fact of its size as It can easily fit into a kitchen cupboard and is lighter than the duo-etc/Platinum combination boiler range. Also a big factor is the warranty is 7 years labour and parts with the 10 years option coming soon in Autumn 2019. Most combination boilers can come with the same warranties but we have found with little support and limited terms and conditions from the manufacturers but as with Baxi it’s usually no quibble putting its Baxi Approved engineers and customers a priority.
Answered by CED Contractors
24th July 2019
CED Contractors answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Benefits of combi boilers include: Save space in your home. Combining both a water heater and a central heating boiler into one unit greatly reduces the space required. Mains pressure water. Hot water is delivered through your taps and shower at mains level power, allowing you to enjoy high power showers. Lower costs.
Answered by Keith Gillyon Plumbing, Heating & Building Services
17th July 2019
Keith Gillyon Plumbing, Heating & Building Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
A combi boiler should be sized on the hot water requirements, a pressure & flow rate test should be carried out to see if a combi will work for you, a combi isn't the best choice for everyone & your installer will be able to talk you through the options, it may be a conventional system is more suitable or a unvented cylinder might be a better option.
Answered by iGas Heating Ltd
13th July 2019
iGas Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
This question has a fair few variables before it can be answered accurately but it would depend on how many bathrooms and how many Radiators If it is a standard 1 bath home then a Combi boiler would suit this particular setup However the bigger kw rating the better pressure you’ll have on your shower providing the incoming water main is sufficient A Baxi 600 combi is a perfect combi Boiler for your standard 3 bedroom 1 bathroom house
Answered by ADOGAS
11th July 2019
ADOGAS answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Any 24kw to 28kw combination boiler should be sufficient for this size property. As long as the incoming mains pressure is checked prior to it’s installation. Combination boilers should not be fitted where there is poor incoming flow rate, they do not increase the water pressure. Please also bear in mind they will probably only give you a good flow rate to one standard bathroom at a time. Check that your installer has done his homework as per the manufacturers specifications before it’s fitted. Also consider how many radiators you have on your system and whether you may be adding any more or even adding an on suite etc before installation. Also make sure you also get the extended warranty and it’s fitted by a qualified Gas Safe Registered engineer.
Answered by O’Neill & co (south west) Ltd
11th July 2019
O’Neill & co (south west) Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The choice of boiler, mainly depends on the hot water requirements of the household. Some combination boilers will struggle with two high flowing showers running at the same time. Once this is done, the incoming mains pressure & flo rate should be checked. You can install a 12 ltr per minute boiler, but when you add the other cold water requirements of the property. You may need 20 ltrs entering the property. That done a 25 kilowatt boiler is usually ok, if the property has one bathroom.
Answered by C.E Winterton Ltd
10th July 2019
C.E Winterton Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The boiler would all depend upon what the hot water demand may be. You also have to look at the incoming cold main pressure and flow rate ( no point in having a boiler capable of giving you 15 litres a minute of hot water when you only have 11 litres a minute of incoming cold water) the brand of the boiler would depend of the budget of the customer. (My personal favourites are Ideal Vogues or the Baxi 600 series). For a three bed house, I would always opt for around a 30kw boiler. For plenty of hot water and would more than likely have enough left in it for any future extensions to the hot water demand.
Answered by Louis Gas & Heating LTD
26th June 2019
Louis Gas & Heating LTD answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
You must consider the amount of bathrooms in the property and then calculate the size of the boiler. Combi boiler is sized mainly to the hot water and most 24kw boilers will heat a 2-3 bedroom house easily so sizing the boiler with a high flow rate is important in this case so in my opinion either a Vaillant combi boiler or an Atag depending on required flow rates.
Answered by PG Plumbing
26th June 2019
PG Plumbing answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
In all honesty if a water main has adequate flow rate and pressure then any boiler sizes accordingly . Combi boilers are sized really for the hot water capability ie how much flow rate they produce . The heating side is generally irrelevant as a entry level 24 kw combi will be more than sufficient for heating most 2/4 bed house. You need to check flow rate and pressure , and how many hot outlets required then size accordingly . But in my opinion of make ? I would fit ATAG or Baxi
Answered by LTH Home Services
25th June 2019
LTH Home Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
We are Baxi Approved installers, So would recommend the Baxi range over any other. 630, Duo-tec or platinum all great solid boilers offering between 7 - 10 years Warranty depending on choice. Our boiler of choice at present is the 630 range, supper boiler and the flow rates are great. We fit a wireless or wired smart control giving you full access over the heating system
Answered by DP Heating & Plumbing
24th June 2019
DP Heating & Plumbing answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
A Baxi 630 as it has a good flow rate and 7yrs warranty would be the best choice in my opinion and is as good if not better than a Worcester equivalent and cheaper. Although any 30kw would do or even a 24kw at a push if the customer was on a budget and only had one bathroom, would obviously have to explain the dhw flow rate would be lower and assess whether its suitable on a case to case basis
Answered by Concannon Heating Services
24th June 2019
Concannon Heating Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
My personal choice would be an ideal logic max 30/35kw. My reason for this is I believe that the 10 year warranty is amazing. I know other manufacturers have offered similar warranty to this but the price says it all. For such a competitive priced long warranty boiler I believe the manufacturing side speaks for itself. Who would offer a warranty for 10 years if they thought it would break down. Other added factors which persuade me to this particular boiler it the magnetic filter that is included and the customer care at ideal. I had never fit an ideal boiler before a customer asked me and I can honestly say I was that impressed I have now fit hundreds (along with other brands) and keep going back to ideal. One boiler once had a problem and I phoned technical on a Friday evening. They couldn’t assist so passed it to their engineers. One arrived at 11am Saturday morning and fixed the fault.
Answered by John Rutherford Plumbing & Heating Services
23rd June 2019
John Rutherford Plumbing & Heating Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
my personal choice would be the baxi platinum 28kw erp as this is a tried & tested boiler which is easy to install & easy for the consumer to use, I personally have never had any problems with these boilers & are built to last as long as they are installed to a clean system & is serviced every 12 months.
Answered by GasCall - Plumbing & Heating
21st June 2019
GasCall - Plumbing & Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Ok - so this question can be rather ambiguous without a survey of the property. But, generally we would recommend a 28kw boiler for the job. This will supply ample hot water and run the heating system very efficiently. When looking for a new boiler always find out how much warranty the boiler comes with from the manufacturer. If the manufacturer is prepared to give you a good warranty then they must have confidence in their appliance, this is a good rule of thumb. Still today some manufacturers offer 2, 3, 4 and even 5 year warranties.......Look for one that offers 7 years plus! Also....check the warranty offered....parts and labour, parts only? And how many hoops are they going to ask you to jump through? Main dealer service only or any Gas Safe Registered installer? We recommend the Alpha Evoke 28kw, complete with an out of the box Alpha warranty of 7 years ( can increase ) and only hoop you have to jump through is to have your boiler serviced by any gas safe registered installer.
Answered by Falcon Heating Ltd
21st June 2019
Falcon Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
A 28kw combi boiler would likely be able meet the hot water demand as long as there is only one bathroom and sufficient mains water flow rate at the property. An engineer's survey would confirm this and if any system alterations need to be made to comply with Building, Gas & Electrical regulations.
Answered by Tank Plumbing, Heating & Property Services
20th June 2019
Tank Plumbing, Heating & Property Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
In any situation it would be best to call on a time served engineer to conduct a site survey and answer a few questions regarding water usage and demands. In most cases in this type of property a 30kw boiler would give ample supply to meet the needs of a small family. There are many different manufacturers on the market and the choice is usually driven by budget. Worcester sit at the top of this at the most expensive, vaillant baxi sitting mid range and ideal at the lower end. Ideal seem to be a good option at the moment due to a long warranty. TanK plumbing would be happy to help with advise on the best boiler for your individual needs.
Answered by Safe Heating Ltd
15th June 2019
Safe Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Most boiler manufactures offer large warranties now ranging from 5 to 12 years as long as the appliance is serviced each year by a gas safe registered engineer. I personally would recommend an Ideal Max 24 or 30kw boiler depending on how much hot water flow rate you required. The ideal boiler is cheaper than The Vaillant and the Worcester and off the same length of warranties. These boiler have been voted the best house builders boiler for the last 3/4 years running.
Answered by Priory Plumbing and Heating
13th June 2019
Priory Plumbing and Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
You would be looking at 25kw to 30kw boiler prices vary from boiler to boiler but always remember BUY CHEAP BUY TWICE Worcester Bosch WHICH MAGAZINE voted BEST BUY year on year If you need any more in-depth information please don’t hesitate to call Always try to get more than one quote
Answered by Ultimate heating services ltd
11th June 2019
Ultimate heating services ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
With so many options available on the market the choice is endless. Personally these days I think it comes down to warranty the customer wants out of a new boiler as you can have from 2 years up to 12 years manufactures warranty and as you know that has a big impact on the price. As for a 2-3 bed family home with running on a combi I would recommend between a Intergas or ideal boiler but this is the customers choice, we can only guide them in the right direction as price will makes all the difference when looking for new products.
Answered by R Freeman Enterprises Ltd
11th June 2019
R Freeman Enterprises Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Would depend on how many bathrooms/en-suite were in the dwelling which would affect the draw of hot water, thus a larger boiler might be required if property has more than one bathroom. But usually I would recommend a 24kw combi boiler Preferably a Worcester or a vaillant. Radiators not usually an issue for the smaller property
Answered by Pavlou Plumbers
11th June 2019
Pavlou Plumbers answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Heating wise a 24kw boiler would be fine. If the property has more than 1 shower attached to the hot water system then I would recommend the intergas boiler. Due to it's different design no other wall hung boiler can compete with the flow rate. To get a better flow rate then you'll need a higher powered boiler. The same would apply if the property has a bath. If the property only has electric showers then a 24kw will do.
Answered by Graham Monks
10th June 2019
Graham Monks answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
There isn’t a straight forward answer to this. An engineer would need to survey the property and discuss with the customer their hot water needs/consumption. Much of it also depends on the cold water volume coming into the house. Best answer, call in an engineer to discuss your options.
Answered by Wakefield Boiler Services
10th June 2019
Wakefield Boiler Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
A Combi for one property may now be suitable for another in simple terms . All manufacturers have there good and bad points , it’s all about the whole package they provide to see what is best for the fitter and the customer . I would also suggest to take into account what you have at present for hot water and what you are wanting for the future for hot water .
Answered by Balos Superior Quality Heating
8th June 2019
Balos Superior Quality Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
We at Balos S Q Heating believe that there is no simple answer to this question every house every family have different needs you need to calculate the area that needs to be covered with radiators number of bathrooms water flow in the property apart from that it is good to check energy rating of the house if you take all the points into consideration only then you can advise on the best boiler for each property
Answered by Madison Heating
4th June 2019
Madison Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
In the murky world of plumbing and heating there is never a straightforward answer! Some of the stipulations needed to decide on what boiler is best for the property are as follows. How many bathrooms are in the property? How many inhabitants are in the property is it a family is it a rental property does there need to be a couple of hot water draw off points running at the same time? What's the flow rate to the property all boilers have a certain flow rate design and can only give enough hot water as what is entering the property hrough the cold water tap usally or garden tap usally best place to measure the true flow rate from.e.g. less than 10 liters a minute then a 24Kw would suit bearing in mind that 10liters a minute hot water is all you'll recievd from your hot tap. If it's less than 13 liters a minute then 30kw boiler may be the right choice for you. The amount of radiators isn't a massive concern when choosing a combi boiler. Its all based on your hot water needs! Which is like a water lottery depending on your area. If you're looking for a new boiler to be installed in your property. I'd be more than happy to come round measure the flow rate in your property look at your living situation and recommend a boiler for you. I install many of the top brands of boilers and I also install some budget brands of boilers as well,if you're in the West London area please don't hesitate to give me a call if you need just advice or you need a no obligation quote. You know who to call!
Answered by LP Plumbing & Heating Ltd
2nd June 2019
LP Plumbing & Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
This unfortunately is not as easy as the question suggests. If you have a low flow rate ie litres per minute coming in off of your mains water say below 10 litres per minute then you may not even be able to have a combi boiler purely as they all have a minimum flow rate they work to effectively so that they can modulate correctly and be efficient or otherwise what's the point? Now bear in mind this is just a rough guide and there is more to it than this but say you had a flow rate of say around 11 lpm you could have around a 26kw combi boiler, then say you had around 16 lpm then you could have a combi boiler of around 30kw however this would probably only be suitable for 1 bathroom and 1 shower. If your flow rate was 18 to 20 lpm then you could go for a 40kw, depending on the manafacture most 40kw combi boilers can handle 2 bathrooms with showers depending on the size of the heat exchange within the boiler and the manafactures specification, however this isn't always garunteed. If you find that there isn't enough flow rate to your property to have a combi boiler don't despair as there are pumps on the market that will increase your flow rate to 12 lpm meaning you could then have a lower kw unit fitted. Alternatively if you have a massive flow rate and an incoming main of 3 bar or over with 2 or 3 bathrooms I would strongly recommend you have an unvented cylinder and system boiler. If your in the Kent area and would like more information then by all means get in touch with us and we will be happy to help.
Answered by 3T Gas maintenance Ltd
1st June 2019
3T Gas maintenance Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The best combi for a 2-3 bed property is one that best matches , customers needs , customers budget but mainly it is dependent upon flow rate of the cold supply to the property as if you have a low flow rate fitting a high output boiler impractical, also heat loss calculations for the property also need to be carried out to determine central heating output requirements
Answered by G & A Plumbing and Gas Ltd
1st June 2019
G & A Plumbing and Gas Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The size of a combination boiler depends on several factors the mains inlet pressure how many people living in the property & the number of hot water outlets & if you shower or have a bath as this will affect what size boiler you would need. Having a too larger boiler is not cost efficient with the new condensing boilers. I recommend having a Gas Safe Registered heating engineer to advise you on what boiler would be most suitable for your hot water needs.
Answered by Les Heywood & Son Ltd
31st May 2019
Les Heywood & Son Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Depends on how many occupants. How many hot water outlets it will be serving. What the hot water requirements are. What the incoming water supply flow and pressure is. The size of the building. Always ask a qualified experienced engineer for a survey of the property before choosing the right option.
Answered by MD Plumbing and Heating
30th May 2019
MD Plumbing and Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Whether it’s a one bedroom flat or a 3 bedroom house, combi boilers are sized according to the mains water flow rate coming into your property. If you have a low mains water flow rate for example of 9 litres per minute, a 24kw combi will easily handle that to give you sufficient hot water. There would be no added benefit at all of putting in a big 35kw combi, all this would achieve is a bigger hole in your pocket! Both from the cost of the boiler and the new gas run that would most likely be needed. Most houses are so well insulated these days so they don’t have the heat loss they did in the old days, so a 3 bedroom house with 10 radiators would only need 10-15kw for the heating so again a 24kw would be more than big enough for the heating side. Always get a gas safe registered engineer round to quote as he/she will best advise what boiler is suitable for your property.
Answered by Tom Sutton Heating
26th May 2019
Tom Sutton Heating answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The best Combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house really depends on a few factors. 1. You will need good mains water pressure to ensure a decent flow of hot water from your Combi boiler. 2. How many people might be wanting to use the hot water at the same time? If you have a large family and need to run multiple hot water outputs at the same time then maybe a Combi isn’t right for you. In my opinion it is best to contact a gas safe registered engineer and ask them to come to your home and talk thought your various options
Answered by BoilerOne
25th May 2019
BoilerOne answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The best combi for a 2-3 bedroom house would depend on the amount of showers or bathrooms, the flow rate and pressure would need to be sufficient before choosing your boiler. Providing based on one shower we recommend a Baxi 428 or 630 for a combi boiler efficient enough to suit, easy to use and maintain and up to 7 years warranty available, so great value for money.
Answered by D.A Gas, Heating & Plumbing
24th May 2019
D.A Gas, Heating & Plumbing answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
We prefer to use a Baxi boiler, but to wander the question. It all depends on the hot water and heating requirements of the property and the occupants. What are looking to achieve and how many showers do you have in the property. We would be looking to possibly install a 30kw combi boiler or a system boiler with unvented cylinder if you have multiple bathrooms.
Answered by P & T Adams
21st May 2019
P & T Adams answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The best combi boiler for a two to three bedroom house will vary, I would go more by the way the occupants use their hot water. Generally, the hot water flow rate (litres per minute, at a given temperature rise) will depend on the kilowatt OUTPUT of the boiler. If a property only has one or two occupants with low water demand a 24 or 26 kWh model will suffice. If by contrast a family live there with large hot water demands and baths are needed quickly, then a 30-40 kWh model may be better suited. Bear in mind that the radiator requirement will almost always be met by the lower models as the radiators are not needing to be heated as quickly as tap water is.
Answered by Youle & son's mechanical services ltd
21st May 2019
Youle & son's mechanical services ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Alot of companies thinks it solely goes on the Kilowattage of a boiler, but its also down to the LPM of the mains cold water incoming and boilers water supply. Generally though you'd be looking at around 24kw to 30kw boiler. Each company has their favourite boilers to fit and they will most likely have a higher warranty to offer their customers on said boilers. Theres also the options of the lower tier of boilers like Vokera and the higher tier like ATAG.
Answered by LMD Gas Engineering
20th May 2019
LMD Gas Engineering answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
A 2/3 bedroom house depending on the pressure of the incoming mains water would need a 28-30kw boiler. There are plenty of options to choose depending on budget and requirements, the best thing to do would be to get a qualified engineer in to test you incoming supply and give you a quote.
Answered by HPE Services
18th May 2019
HPE Services answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The must suitable Combi boiler for any house depends upon the incoming mains pressure and flow rate. Any Combi boiler should be matched to the income mains so as to enable the correct hot water output. Any Combi boiler would be able to supply sufficient output to heat the central heating system in a 2-3 bedroom house but it would be a waste of money fitting a boiler that was capable of delivering 15 lpm if the incoming supply is only 10lpm.
Answered by Heat Trend
2nd April 2019
Heat Trend answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Same as with a 4-5 bedroom property it will depend on number of bathrooms and water flow rate. Generally speaking a 2-3 bedroom will have around a 28KW combi in. There are many manufacturers giving different prices and warranties to suite the homeowners budget. An ATAG Economiser 27 will give you 12.6 litres per minute at a 35degree rise and 94% efficiency.
Answered by Kingston Gas Services Ltd
23rd March 2019
Kingston Gas Services Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
The best boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house is ether a 24kw or 30 kw boiler depending how good the incoming water pressure, the important thing is to have a professional check this and the suitability of fitting a combi boiler first, in most cases ether of the above will work perfectly.
Answered by Yellowstone Services Ltd
20th March 2019
Yellowstone Services Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
It really depends on the size of the house not all 2-3 bed homes are the same size or same amount of bathrooms. If you have one bathroom only maybe a Baxi 630 30kw combi comes with a 7 year warranty if you have two or more full bathrooms go for a Baxi Eco Blue advance 33kw , comes with a 10 year warranty
Answered by Thoroughbuild UK Services Ltd
26th February 2019
Thoroughbuild UK Services Ltd answered the question "What is the best combi boiler for a 2-3 bedroom house?"
Probably a Potterton Gold 24 HE or a Baxi DuoTec 24 HE - These boilers are very efficient and the Baxi range are compact and they are very, very reliable. A 2 bedroom property with an average of 6-7 radiators would be fine with one of these boilers. On an average double panel size radiator the calculations are roughly 2 KW per radiator, and on a single rad they are roughly 1.5 KW. One of these boilers would be more than suitable. Also, take into consideration that every installer will recommend their own favourite brand to the consumer.