Heatline Boilers: New & Replacement Heatline Boilers
Heatline, a trademark of the Vaillant group, offer a range of high efficiency Combi boilers and have been trading for over 50 years. They focus on high quality affordable condensing boilers to enable as many homes as possible to have comfortable, efficient and reliable heating.
Heatline boiler types: Combi
The range of Alpha boilers are available in the following fuel types: Gas
Heatline Combi Boilers & Prices
The high efficiency condensing combination boiler from Heatline is called the Capriz2. It is available in outputs of 24kW and 28kW and features a 24 hour analogue timer which is easy-to-use. The Heatline Capriz2 is an ErP A rated boiler and with SEDBUK 2009 efficiency rating of 89.3%. The boiler has been designed to be lightweight and simple to install to keep installation costs to a minimum. It provides excellent value for money with a 2 year warranty included (parts and labour).
Benefits of a Heatline Combi boiler
- Automotive grade aluminium heat exchanger
- Compact and lightweight provides an easy installation
- Reduced energy bills due to A rated high efficiency operation
- Reduced energy use due to Grundfos modulating pump
- Digital diagnostic display with user friendly controls
- Pre-fitted analogue timer
- Built-in frost protection
- 2 year parts and labour warranty
Compare the Costs of Heatline Combi Boilers
The Heatline Combi boilers have been manufactured to the highest standard using the latest energy efficient technology. Heatline produce boilers in 2 sizes – 24 and 28 kW – with a 2 year parts and labour warranty included as standard.
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Heatline Boiler Warranty
Every boiler manufacturer offers a standard warranty with their boilers which last between 1-10 years. The warranty is your insurance policy and means if a fault develops the manufacturer will resolve it within a specified time frame. Some warranties include both parts and labour while others may only cover parts. The most important thing to remember is to get your boiler serviced by a Gas Safe registered engineer every year as failing to do so is likely to invalidate your warranty.
Heatline Boiler Repair Advice
Even the highest quality boiler can develop faults and problems as they age. Some are minor issues you may be able to handle yourself but most will need a Gas Safe registered engineer to diagnose and repair the problem.
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Heatline Error Codes
Error codes may appear on your boiler’s display; it’s your boiler’s way of telling you that something is wrong. Each manufacturer uses a different coding system to help an engineer to diagnose a fault. In some cases it may be a simple issue such as low pressure which you can adjust yourself but more technical faults will certainly need a professional.
Visit the Heatline website for further details.