Warmhaus is a Turkish company which started in 1996 as a subsidiary of a larger corporation but has grown considerably in a short period. They now produce over 150,000 boilers and export to 32 countries including the UK. They launched the ‘world’s smallest boiler’ in 2017 and are continuing to innovate through aesthetically impressive, effective and environmentally sound heating solutions.
Warmhaus design and manufacture a range of Combi gas boilers in a variety of sizes. The company also specialises in radiators and offer various styles to suit most interiors.
Warmhaus boiler types: Combi
The range of Warmhaus boilers are available in the following fuel types: Gas
The Warmhaus Product Range
There are four gas Combi boilers by Warmhaus: the Enerwa, the Enerwa Plus, the Priwa and the Priwa Plus. All are designed for wall-mounted installation and are available in 3 power output options: 24/31 kW, 28/35 kW and 32/40 kW.
Warmhaus Combi Boilers & Prices
All Warmhaus Combi boilers are extremely compact in design at just 420mm in width and 288mm in depth so they are easier to install in small spaces. They are also renowned for their sleek and contemporary design including an LCD display.
The difference between the Enerwa and Enerwa Plus is that the Plus has more control functionality e.g. a 3” LCD screen with 6 push-buttons as well as visuals of hot water and heating temperature and a digital manometer showing the pressure. The Enerwa is more basic with a 2” dark blue LCD display and analogue controls. Both the Enerwa and Enerwa Plus deliver excellent energy efficiency at 91%.
- 24/31 kW: 12.5 litres flow rate per minute. Suitable for small to medium homes with one bathroom.
- 28/35 kW: 14.3 litres flow rate per minute. Suitable for medium to large homes with more than one bathroom.
- 32/40 kW: 16.3 litres flow rate per minute. Suitable for large homes with more than one bathroom.
The Priwa and Priwa Plus operate at 90% efficiency and deliver a high flow rate than the Enerwa.
- 24/31 kW: 14.8 litres flow rate per minute. Suitable for small to medium homes with one bathroom.
- 28/35 kW: 16.8 litres flow rate per minute. Suitable for medium to large homes with more than one bathroom.
- 32/40 kW: 19 litres flow rate per minute. Suitable for large homes with more than one bathroom.
Benefits of a Warmhaus Combi Boiler
- High energy efficiency of up to 91%
- Powerful hot water flow rate up to 19 litres per minute
- Stainless steel heat exchanger to prevent corrosion
- 8 litre expansion tank
- Easy to use LCD control panel
- LPG and Natural Gas boilers available
- 10mm of insulation for low heat loss levels
Compare the Costs of a Warmhaus Combi Boiler
The Warmhaus Combi boilers have been manufactured to the highest standard using the latest energy efficient technology. They produce boilers for small, medium and large sized homes with a 2 year warranty included as standard.
|Boiler Model||kW Options||Efficiency||Standard Warranty||Typical Price|
|Warmhaus Enerwa 31kW Combi Gas Boiler||31kw||91%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Enerwa 35kW Combi Gas Boiler||35kw||91%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Enerwa 40kW Combi Gas Boiler||40kw||91%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Enerwa Plus 31kW Combi Gas Boiler||31kw||91%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Enerwa Plus 35kW Combi Gas Boiler||35kw||91%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Enerwa Plus 40kW Combi Gas Boiler||40kw||91%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Priwa 31kW Combi Gas Boiler||31kw||90%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Priwa 35kW Combi Gas Boiler||35kw||90%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Priwa 40kW Combi Gas Boiler||40kw||90%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Priwa Plus 31kW Combi Gas Boiler||31kw||90%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Priwa Plus 35kW Combi Gas Boiler||35kw||90%||2 years||£0|
|Warmhaus Priwa Plus 40kW Combi Gas Boiler||40kw||90%||2 years||£0|
Warmhaus 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. For more detail about this brand’s warranty (including the small print) take a look at Warmhaus Boiler Warranty.
Warmhaus Boiler Repairs
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. To find out if there are any common problems associated with this manufacturer you can read our guide to Warmhaus Boiler Repairs & Common Warmhaus Boiler Problems.
Warmhaus 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. We’ve put together a list of error codes for all Warmhaus Boilers to help you understand what’s wrong before you contact an engineer.
Warmhaus in the Forum & Articles Section
- Warmhaus boiler fault codes glossary
- Common Warmhaus Boiler Problems & Repair Advice
- Warmhaus Boiler Warranty