Baxi Boiler Price Comparison

Proud to have been manufacturing boilers since 1866, Baxi also offer industry-leading free parts and labour warranties. Baxi aim to design and build an extensive range of energy efficient, easy to use domestic gas boilers in 3 types; combi, heat-only and system.

Some of the most popular series of boiler models by Baxi include the EcoBlue, Platinum, and Duo-Tec series.

New Baxi boiler price range (£633.36-£1,282.46*)

Baxi are an established household name in the UK, known for their quality and have a reputation for manufacturing of domestic boilers. They produce boilers of all shapes and sizes so whether you have a small terrace or a large detached home with multiple bathrooms, you should find a Baxi boiler suitable. Heat and hot water outputs of Baxi boilers vary between 12kW up to 40kW, and come with a warranty of up to 10 years that is backed by the manufacturer.

Prices of Baxi boilers vary depending on size and type. Starting from £633.36 is the Baxi 224 combi boiler, ascending up to £1,282.46 for the EcoBlue Advance 40 combi boiler. Despite Baxi’s extensive range however they currently only offer Gas boilers, so if you’re looking for an oil or electric solutions then you could consider an alternative brand such as Worcester Bosch.

Why choose a Baxi boiler

There are many advantages to choosing a Baxi boiler for your property, we have put a few of them together to help you make an informed decision:

2 – 10 year manufacturer warranty

Extensive range should cover almost every home

Heating product of the year - Baxi 400 Combi

Baxi have a great reputation as a quality British company

2017 Gas Industry Awards: Energy Efficiency Award Winner

Extra-long twin flue system which means your combi boiler could be located a long distance from your outside wall

Compare Baxi boiler prices

BrandModel NameTypeFuelkWWarrantyExample Price*
(Including VAT)
Baxi224CombiGas24kW3£633.36
Baxi228CombiGas28kW3£656.23
Baxi212Heat-OnlyGas12kW3£679.97
Baxi424CombiGas24kW3£689.44
Baxi412Heat-OnlyGas12kW5£696.73
Baxi215Heat-OnlyGas15kW3£704.99
Baxi415Heat-OnlyGas15kW5£719.03
Baxi428CombiGas28kW5£729.41
Baxi418Heat-OnlyGas18kW5£749.7
BaxiEcoBlue Heat 12Heat-OnlyGas12kW2£751.31
BaxiDuo-tec 24CombiGas24kW7£765.43
Baxi224 Heat 24Heat-OnlyGas24kW3£779.81
Baxi424Heat-OnlyGas24kW5£794.33
BaxiEcoBlue Advance Heat 13Heat-OnlyGas13kW7£797.01
Baxi230Heat-OnlyGas30kW3£797.29
BaxiEcoBlue Heat 15Heat-OnlyGas15kW2£798.75
BaxiEcoBlue+ 24CombiGas24kW7£804.85
BaxiPlatinum 24CombiGas24kW10£833.62
BaxiMegaflo System 15SystemGas15kW7£843.18
Baxi430Heat-OnlyGas30kW5£868.12
BaxiEcoBlue+ 28CombiGas28kW7£885.12
BaxiEcoBlue Heat 21Heat-OnlyGas21kW2£905.19
BaxiEcoBlue System 12SystemGas12kW5£912.82
BaxiEcoBlue Heat 24Heat-OnlyGas24kW2£916.18
BaxiDuo-tec 28CombiGas28kW7£925.59
BaxiEcoBlue System 15SystemGas15kW5£934.79
BaxiDuo-Tec 40CombiGas40kW7£940.4
BaxiEcoBlue Advance 24CombiGas24kW10£955.05
BaxiEcoBlue Advance Heat 25Heat-OnlyGas25kW7£955.52
BaxiMegaflo System 24SystemGas24kW7£958.29
BaxiEcoBlue System 18SystemGas18kW5£974.72
BaxiPlatinum 28CombiGas28kW10£976.6
BaxiEcoBlue Advance Heat 30Heat-OnlyGas30kW7£989.64
BaxiMegaflo System 28SystemGas28kW7£990.69
BaxiMegaflo System 32SystemGas32kW7£1015.56
BaxiDuo-tec 33CombiGas33kW7£1029.59
BaxiDuo-TecCombiGas33kW7£1045.86
BaxiEcoblue 24SystemGas24kW5£1066.68
BaxiPlatinum 33CombiGas33kW10£1097.87
BaxiEcoblue Advance 28CombiGas28kW10£1098.51
BaxiEcoblue 28SystemGas28kW5£1100.81
BaxiDuo-tec 40CombiGas40kW7£1133.59
BaxiEcoblue 32SystemGas32kW5£1151.72
BaxiPlatinum 40CombiGas40kW10£1205.12
BaxiEcoblue Advance 33CombiGas33kW10£1217.09
BaxiEcoblue Advance 40CombiGas40kW10£1282.46

Baxi boiler type range

There is a large variety of Baxi boilers in which to choose from inclusive of combi, heat-only & system boilers, however they are only suitable for homes connected to the gas mains. We’ve compiled more information about each of the boiler types available at Baxi below.

New Baxi combi range

Baxi are one of the most trusted suppliers of combi boilers in the UK, including popular series such as EcoBlue and Duo-tec. With outputs ranging from 24kW up to 40kW there is a suitable boiler for a variety of different sized homes.

If you’re interested in getting a Baxi boiler installed in your home, you’ll want to know the typical price range of Baxi boilers first. Baxi combi boilers start from £633.36 and increase in price up to £1,282.46, however the cost of installation will vary depending on the conditions of your current system and home. The manufacturer-backed warranty of Baxi combi boilers are also very generous ranging between 2 and 10 years.

New Baxi system range

Baxi system boilers are typically installed in larger homes that require more hot water than a combi boiler would be able to provide for efficiency. The system range on offer by Baxi includes the EcoBlue and Megaflo series which range in output from 12kW to 32kW and all come with a manufacturer warranty between 5 and 7 years.

The prices of a Baxi system boiler range from £843.18 to £1,151.72 with the cheapest being the Megaflo System 15 and the most expensive being the EcoBlue System 32.

New Baxi heat-only range

Also referred to as conventional or regular boilers, Baxi offer an extensive range of heat only boilers which due to their kW output are suitable to houses considered small to medium in size. The kW output of the Baxi heat-only boilers range from 12kW to 30kW. Baxi heat-only boilers can have up to two water tanks; a large cold water storage tank, and a small feed and expansion tank.

Baxi conventional boilers start from £679.97 with the 212 Heat 12kW and range to the EcoBlue Advance Heat 30kW which is £989.64. The heat-only boilers come with a 3-7 year warranty that is backed by the manufacturer.

What is the Baxi range suitable for?

Baxi have a wide range of options including combis, heat-only and system boilers meaning that despite the size of your property, there is likely a boiler model that will be suitable. When it comes to deciding on what boiler you need, one of the most important factors is the kW output. The output you need is mostly determined by the amount of bathrooms, radiators & the overall demand for hot water that your home has.

Generally, the larger the property or the higher the need for hot water and central heating, the higher number you need for the kW output. A boiler with 12kW would be typically best suited to a small terraced house or flat, whereas a boiler with 40kW would typically best suit a large detached house with multiple bathrooms. If you’re unsure as to the kW output you require, here is a basic guide:

24-27kW28-34kW35-42kW
1-2 bedroom3-4 bedroom4+ bedrooms
10 radiators15 radiators20 radiators
1 bathroom1-2 bathrooms2+ bathrooms

(This information has been supplied by Help-Link UK limited and has been produced for information purposes only and should not be used or relied upon as a substitute for professional advice by a suitably qualified engineer.)

* Prices correct as of 3rd September 2018 from the list of suppliers