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With our range of heating and hot water solutions, including gas and electric boilers, you can find everything you need for keeping your home warm and comfortable.

Right for your home and family; better for the environment

Choosing the right heating and hot water products for your home can be confusing, and these days we all want to make the right decisions for the planet, too. Your choice will be determined by the size of your home, the heating and hot water needs of your family, your budget and whether you are planning to renew your existing heating system or upgrade with renewable technology, such as a heat pump.

Whatever you decide, you can be sure that our products have been designed to be energy efficient and reliable to provide you with worry-free home comfort. Discover how our extensive range can help you find the right products for you.

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Government grants and incentives

Different areas may offer different grants to help you with the cost of installing an air source heat pump. In our FAQ we provide a brief overview and links to some of the main organisations that you can contact for further information on grants and loans.

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Baxi ASHP Renewable Solutions
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  • What is Net zero carbon?
  • Can I still replace my old gas boiler?
  • What temperature should a boiler be set at?
  • How to reset a Baxi boiler

Net zero carbon is when the amount of carbon dioxide we add to the atmosphere is the same or less than as the amount taken out of the atmosphere. Achieving net zero carbon by 2050 is a legal target for the UK.

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Yes, you can replace your existing gas boiler and no, you don’t have to do this before 2025. There is talk that only gas boilers that are ‘hydrogen ready’, i.e., they can be adapted easily and quickly to work on a 100% hydrogen supply, will be available in the future, but as yet there is not any legislation or policy changes in place for this.

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We all want to stay cosy in the winter. Some cosier than others. There’s no magic number for the ideal temperature. If you’re looking for a good balance of warmth and efficiency, you want to set your boiler to at least 65°C. Setting it a few degrees higher won’t hurt. But it’s important not to set it any lower than that. This is so bacteria in the water doesn’t grow, and cause nasty things like Legionella.

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In certain circumstances, your boiler may lock out. This is identified by the Red Lockout light constantly illuminated or flashing.

To reset the boiler, simply press the reset button until the red light goes away. If your timer is calling for heat, the burner light will come on to indicate the boiler has fired up and is heating your system. If lockout occurs frequently a fault is indicated and you should contact your installer or service engineer.

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See our Commercial heating solutions

If you’re looking to install high performing, renewable energy solutions for heating or indirect hot water production, our air source heat pumps are the efficient choice for newbuild and retrofit commercial applications.

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Remeha Commercial ASHP
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