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Worcester Bosch Greenstar 38CDi Classic Combi Gas Boiler
|Model||Greenstar 38CDi Classic Combi Gas Boiler|
|Band Rating||A Rated|
|Standard Warranty||2 Years|
|Flow Rate||16.4 l/min|
|Typical price (inc VAT)||£1331|
|Typical installation costs (inc VAT)*||£500 - £1,000|
|ERP rating||A HEAT A WATER|
The Greenstar 38CDi Classic has been discontinued by Worcester Bosch.
This highly reliable boiler is the greenstar CDi classic combi gas boiler. This highly reliable boiler comes with a variety of features and benefits. This boiler has been designed as a condensing combi boiler. With this unit being designed and manufactured by worcester bosch.
Which boiler has replaced this model?
The Greenstar 38CDi Classic has now been replaced by the Greenstar 8000 Life 35kW combi gas boiler - a highly reliable unit that meets the Boiler Plus requirements straight out the box.
What’s the output rating of the Greenstar 38CDi?
This boiler features an output rating of 38kW making it for larger homes with 2+ bathrooms and a higher demand for heating and hot water.
How efficient is this boiler?
A seasonal efficiency rating of 94% and ErP A-rating for heat and hot water makes this a very efficient unit that could reduce your energy bills and carbon footprint.
Is a combi boiler the right choice for my home?
A combi boiler is a water heater and a central heating boiler wrapped into one cost-effective unit, meaning that there’s no hot water cylinder, saving space in your home. For this reason, they’re the perfect choice for smaller homes where space is limited.
Will this boiler save me money?
Thanks to the high levels of efficiency, this boiler will help to reduce your energy bills and the low energy pump keeps electric usage at a minimum which is great news for your electricity bills. As well as the long term savings, the compact size of the unit could see you saving time and money on the installation too..
Where can this boiler be placed?
This boiler is a wall mounted unit that is compact in size allowing you to placed in places such as cupboards, it also features frost protection allowing it to be safely placed in a garage or loft. Adding greater flexibility in where it can be placed. So you can be sure this unit will save also save you that much needed space in your home.
Are there any alternative options in this range?
This Worcester Bosch range includes models with output ratings of 34 kW, 40 kW and 42 kW, in addition to the 38 kW model, making this a range perfect for medium-sized homes with 2 or more bathrooms. In addition, they’re also available as natural gas or LPG units.
What features does this boiler come with?
Greenstar 38CDi boilers come with many features to benefit your home, including simple boiler control knob with clear temperature display, an inbuilt keyless filling link for easy to refill your system, a low energy pump which reduces electricity usage, frost protection for protection through the winter months and a large condenser style siphon to eliminate frost risk.
What warranty does this boiler come with?
Available with a 2 year warranty as standard, that can be extended when installed by a Worcester Bosch accredited installer, you’ll be well covered by the manufacturer.
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* This is a guide price for a straightforward, like-for-like boiler replacement. Installation costs will vary dependent on work required.
Quick hot water delivery , reliability
A Worcester one would be the best, they're not cheap but you can get Radio frequency (RF) units which no wiring. The receiver/programmer pushes onto the front of the boiler and thermostat can be placed anywhere in the house that you . (Usually in the hallway if you have one) The main question here is why would a reputable company install a boiler for you without providing a room stat and programmer / programmable room stat. (Which are riureqed to meet Energy and Efficiency regulations)??!! Seems a little strange to me