Ferroli boiler prices
The Italian boiler manufacturer Ferroli were founded in 1955 and have built a reputation with customers across 14 different countries for providing reliable, cost effective and energy efficient heating. There is a range of domestic and commercial boilers available from Ferroli which are all manufactured in Verona.
Some of the most popular models within the Ferroli range include the Energy, MaXima, Optimax and Modena.
New Ferroli boiler price range (£549.60-£3,178.84*)
Ferroli offer a range of different boilers, predominately combi boilers but they also have system and heat-only (regular) boiler options as well. The kW outputs range dramatically from 18kW on the Modena 18s HE to 116kW on the Energy Top W125 which is typically more of a commercial boiler. The manufacturer warranties tend to range from 1 to 5 years, but you can extend this to 10 years for an additional charge.
The Ferroli boiler range starts with the i29, a gas combi boiler with a 27kW output, which is at a price of £549.60. The most expensive within the range is the Energy Top W125 116kW output gas heat-only boiler at £3,178.84, which is typically for a commercial property.
Why choose a Ferroli boiler
There are several reasons that a Ferroli boiler could be a good choice for your home, we have summarised a few for you:
✓ Affordable option
✓ All boilers are condensing
✓ Manufacturer warranty extensions available
✓ Energy Efficient & recommended by the Energy Saving Trust
✓ Available to a wide range of homes due to varied kW outputs
✓ Minimum of moving parts reducing likelihood of anything going wrong
Compare Ferroli boiler prices
|Brand||Model Name||Type||Fuel||KW||Warranty||Typical Price*
|Ferroli||Modena 32c HE||Combi||Gas||32kW||5||£611.18|
|Ferroli||Modena 27c HE||Combi||Gas||27kw||5||£612.75|
|Ferroli||Modena 18s HE||System||Gas||18kw||5||£578.39|
|Ferroli||Modena 25s HE||System||Gas||25kw||5||£596.13|
|Ferroli||Modena 38c HE||Combi||Gas||38kw||5||£791.87|
|Ferroli||Modena 32s HE||System||Gas||32kw||5||£659.55|
|Ferroli||Energy Top W125||Heat-Only||Gas||116kW||1||£3,178.84|
Ferroli boiler type ranges
Ferroli predominately produce combi and system boilers but also have a few heat-only (regular) boilers, but they are only available on gas. So if you’re looking for oil or electric then this isn’t the brand for you and Worcester Bosch could be a better option. We’ve compiled a bit of information about all the boiler types Ferroli have available.
New Ferroli combi range
Ferroli combi boilers can be extremely cost effective, both in terms of energy efficiency savings and the price of the boilers themselves with the combis ranging from £549.60 to £791.87, the cheapest in the range is the Ferroli i29 and the most expensive, the Modena 38c HE. The price of installation varies dependant on the conditions in your home and if it’s a like for like swap.
The Ferroli combi boilers are suitable for a variety of different homes as the kW output goes from 27kW to 38kW.
New Ferroli system range
The Ferroli system boilers that are available are the Modena HE ranges which have kW output of 18kw, 25kw & 32kw meaning they are typical suitable for small to medium sized homes.
The cheapest boiler in the system range is the Modena 18s HE which is priced at £578.39 and the most expensive one is the Modena 32s HE at £659.55.
New Ferroli heat-only range
There are a few heat-only or regular boilers available from Ferroli but these are mostly for commercial use only. We have only highlighted one of these boilers which is the Energy Top W125 and it comes with 1 year manufacturer warranty, with a price of £3,178.84 which has a massive kW output of 116kw.
What is the Ferroli range suitable for?
Ferroli have a modest range of boilers, with the majority being combi boilers, but there are also several system boilers to choose from. If you exclude the heat only combi boiler which is for commercial use, then Ferroli have a kW output range of 18-38kW.
In a domestic home it’s important to know what kW output you require so you can find the best boiler for your home. The higher the kW output is the larger hot water demand it can cope with, here is an example of what kW outputs you will need for certain size homes:
|1-2 bedroom||3-4 bedroom||4+ bedrooms|
|10 radiators||15 radiators||20 radiators|
|1 bathroom||1-2 bathrooms||2+ 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.)