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At Baxi, we understand that a new boiler is a big investment that you need to get right first time. Tell us a little bit about your home using the tool below and we’ll advise you of the most appropriate Baxi boiler from our wide range of models and outputs.

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Why Baxi?

  • Made in the UK since 1866
  • Energy efficient and reliable range of boilers
  • Award winning customer service
  • Hassle-free parts and labour warranty
    up to 10 years*

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    What fuel type does you boiler run on?

    If gas is piped directly into your home, you are likely to be on the mains gas network and your boiler runs on natural gas. If your gas is stored in a large tank and delivered by a tanker lorry when the gas is running low, then you are probably using LPG or liquid petroleum gas.

    What fuel does you boiler run on?

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    Why type of boiler do you need?

    Combi, or combination, boilers heat water directly from the mains, when a hot tap is turned on, so you don’t need a hot water cylinder or water tanks in the loft, saving valuable space. Combi boilers are best suited for homes with one bathroom. See our combi boiler range here.

    If you live in a home with more than one bathroom or you need lots of hot water then a system boiler is the perfect choice. Hot water is stored in a hot water cylinder and can be delivered quickly to showers and baths. See our system range here.

    Heat only boilers are also known as ‘regular’, ‘traditional’, ‘open vent’ or ‘conventional’ boilers. If you have tanks in the loft and a hot water cylinder, then you may already have a heat only boiler. They are perfect for like for like replacements in homes with more than one bathroom or a high demand for hot water. See our heat only boiler range here.

    What type of boiler do you need?

  • What type of property is the boiler for?

  • How many bathrooms are in the property?

  • How many bedrooms are in the property?

  • Where will the boiler be installed?

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    Where does the flue come out?

    The flue is the pipe that takes the waste gases and water vapour away from your boiler and disperses them safely into the air. You can usually see a white or black pipe, about 10 cms across, that comes through an outside wall close to where the boiler is sited inside. In some cases, the flue may go straight up, either through the roof or a flat roof.

    Where does the flue come out?