Worcester Bosch Greenstar 30Si Compact Combi Gas Boiler
|Model||Greenstar 30Si Compact Combi Gas Boiler|
|Band Rating||A Rated|
|Standard Warranty||Up to 10 Years|
|Central Heating Max. Output||24 kW|
|Flow Rate||10.7 l/min|
|Typical Price (inc VAT)||£1,160|
|Typical installation Cost (inc VAT)*||£500 - £1000|
|Sundries (Filter, Flue, etc)||£300|
|Total Cost||£1,960 - £2,460|
|ERP Rating||A HEAT A WATER|
|Hot Water Max. Output||30 kW|
* This is a guide price for a straightforward, like-for-like boiler replacement. Installation costs will vary dependent on work required.
The Worcester Bosch Greenstar 30Si Compact is an efficient gas boiler suitable for wall-mounted installation in properties with 1 bathroom.
How efficient is the Greenstar 30Si Compact?
With a seasonal space heating efficiency rating of 94% the Greenstar 30Si is more efficient that the old Si range and can be used with a wide range of optional mechanical digital and wireless programmers.
Is the output rating suitable for my home?
As a combi boiler, the Greenstar 30Si has a central heating output of 24 kW and domestic hot water output of 30 kW. This makes it well suited to properties with up to 10 radiators and a single bathroom.
Are any other options available in the Greenstar Si Compact range?
Another combi included in the range has a lower domestic hot water output of 25 kW but the same central heating output.
Is a combi boiler suitable for my home?
The Greenstar 30Si Compact is an ideal heating system for properties with a single bathroom. They're great space-saving heating systems as they don't need to be installed alongside any tanks or cylinders.
How long is the warranty period?
After the installation of a Greenstar 30Si Compact, you will be covered by Worcester Bosch for a period of up to 10 years.
What are the key features of the Greenstar 30Si Compact?
The Greenstar 30Si Compact boasts features including frost protection, simple controls and a low energy pump to reduce electricity consumption.
How big is the Greenstar 30Si Compact?
This is a compact boiler that will help to save space in your property and measures only 690 x 390 x 280mm (HxWxD).
A combi boiler is the cheapest replacement method as your conventional system will almost certainly require some expensive alterations to bring it in line with todays Building Regulations which is a mandatory requirement The combi system or any other for that matter would require the valves to be thermostatic on the radiators except one and in that room a room thermostat would have to be fitted(unless of course you already have them). The hot water cylinder will need to be replaced with a high efficiency one and they are several hundred pounds without fitting. As has been stated you will get all the hot water you need at the turn of a tap but do get a good boiler. I personally favour Baxi, Glowworm,Potterton and Worcester Bosch but there are others. Do yourself a big favour and get 3/4 prices inc BG if you wish and you will see a huge price difference between BG and any others although I understand BG are lowering theirs and their systems are no better or worse than any reputable independent installer. Get recommendations from friends if you can rather than just picking from the directory.