Baxi Duo-tec Combi 28 Gas Boiler
|Model||Duo-tec Combi 28 Gas Boiler|
|Band Rating||A Rated|
|Standard Warranty||7 Years|
|Central Heating Max. Output||25.9 kW|
|Flow Rate||11.5 l/min|
|Typical Price (inc VAT)||£812|
|Typical installation Cost (inc VAT)*||£500 - £1000|
|Sundries (Filter, Flue, etc)||£300|
|Total Cost||£1,612 - £2,112|
|ERP Rating||A Heat, A Water|
|Hot Water Max. Output||28 kW|
* This is a guide price for a straightforward, like-for-like boiler replacement. Installation costs will vary dependent on work required.
The Duo-Tec is a condensing gas combi boiler, designed and manufactured by Baxi that’s ideal for medium to larger homes.
How efficient is the Baxi Duo-Tec 28?
This boiler has an efficiency rating of 92% and ErP A-rating for central heating and domestic hot water. Such efficient operation can help to lower your energy bills.
Is the output rating the right one for my house?
An domestic hot water output rating of 28 kW and central heating output of 25.9 kW makes the Duo-tec 28 well suited to a property with 10-15 radiators and a single bathroom.
Are there there any other options available in the Duo-tec range?
Also available in the range are output ratings of 24 kW, 33 kW and 40 kW meaning there’s a Duo-tec combi boiler for homes of almost any size.
Is a combi boiler suitable for my home?
A combi boiler is a water heater and central heating boiler wrapped into a single cost-effective unit. There’s no need for a hot hot water cylinder which helps to save space, ideal for smaller homes where space is limited.
How long is the warranty period?
Available with a 7 year parts and labour warranty as standard, you’ll be well covered after the installation.
What are the key features of the Baxi Duo-Tec 28?
Baxi Duo-Tec boilers include a built-in frost thermostat, a pre-plumbing jig, a pre-formed copper pipe tail, built-in filling loop, 1 metre mains cable, multifit flue kit compatibility and uSense smart control.
How big is the Baxi Duo-tec 28?
Dimensions of 780x450x345mm (HxWxD) make this a compact boiler able to fit in a standard kitchen cupboard.
Poor reliability and so very costly if repairs are taken into account. My boiler is only just over 2 years old but has already cost hundreds of pounds to repair. Currently not working for a mysterious E133 ignition fault, raking up more costs. I have had no hot water or central heating during the coldest months of the year for nearly a week; with a boiler you simply really want reliability, with Baxi you are unlikely to get that.
Baxi best ever Combi, most reliable well built and plenty of brass components. Proven boiler.
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