What is the best Vaillant boiler?
Answered by South Yorkshire Heating
13th November 2019
South Yorkshire Heating answered the question "What is the best Vaillant boiler?"
Personally I like the ecotec plus combination range. It’s well built and lends itself to be maintained well and easily. It’s reliable if fitted correctly and maintained properly. Vaillant have a really good back up. When I have needed to use their engineers they have been really good and efficient.
Answered by A Armstrong Plumbing & Heating
23rd April 2019
A Armstrong Plumbing & Heating answered the question "What is the best Vaillant boiler?"
Vaillant have a range of boilers to suit all needs. The EcoTec plus range of boilers is my personal choice, especially with the 10 year warranty. I have always found these to be the most reliable boilers on the market. The EcoFit pure range are great boilers for small spaces, especially if you want it hidden in a kitchen wall unit.
Answered by Alltime Plumbing & Heating
28th February 2019
Alltime Plumbing & Heating answered the question "What is the best Vaillant boiler?"
there are several different models in the Vaillant range the ecofit pure ecotec pro and the ecotec plus these come in heat only, system,combi and combi store, the combistore has a cylinder inside the boiler which gives more hot water demand. my personal preference is the ecotec plus and this can also come with a 10 year manufactures warranty for parts and labour
Answered by Westons Plumbing & Heating Ltd
11th February 2019
Westons Plumbing & Heating Ltd answered the question "What is the best Vaillant boiler?"
Vaillant boilers are very good reliable boilers and have a wide range of options depending on the property you live in and your needs. for combi boilers you have the: eco fir pure , eco tec pro , eco tec plus , eco tec plus store ( has a small hot water store inside boiler) and the new eco tec IQ. I personally prefer the eco tec plus its a great boiler that is well built . there is also a similar range in there system boilers and heat only boilers. but to find out more about the range and what might suit you best I would recommend calling the manufacture or a gas safe register engineer to visit and see what your needs are.