Potterton Boiler Price Comparison
Potterton is a manufacturer of boilers that has kept over seven million homes warm since being founded in 1850. In 2000, Potterton became a part of the Baxi Heating Group. Potterton boilers are designed to incorporate the latest heating technology which feeds in to their excellent track record in supplying efficient heating products.
Potterton offer an extensive range of combi, heat-only (known as conventional or regular) or system boilers, with a portfolio of popular series including the Ultra, Promax, Titanium and Gold.
Potterton boiler price range (£588.65-£968.33*)
Potterton offer a good range of boiler types and models for domestic properties with kW output starting at 12kW and reaching up to 40kW which means there is a model to suit most homes. Potterton boilers have a 2-7 year manufacturer warranty.
Prices of Potterton boilers start from £588.65 for the lowest priced model: Gold 18 system boiler. The most expensive model is the Promax Store 28 combi boiler priced at £968.33.
Potterton boilers, why would I choose one?
Choosing a Potterton boiler has several advantages, here are a few of them:
✓ Longer flue distances
✓ Reputation for efficient heating
✓ Typically easy to use with simple controls
✓ Unique and innovative design
✓ A part of the large heating group Baxi
✓ Trusted brand with a good reputation for quality and affordability
Compare Potterton boiler prices
|Brand||Model Name||Type||Fuel||kW||Warranty||Example Price* |
|Potterton||Promax SL 12||Heat-Only||Gas||12kW||2||£701.32|
|Potterton||Promax System 12||System||Gas||12kW||2||£825.77|
|Potterton||Promax Ultra 24||Combi||Gas||24kW||2||£863.68|
|Potterton||Promax System 24||System||Gas||24kW||1||£897.5|
Potterton boiler type
Potterton manufacture three types of boilers including combi, system & heat-only. Most Potterton boilers are gas or LPG fuelled, if you are looking for an alternative fuel like oil then you can find out more on our oil boiler page.
We have compiled some information on Potterton boiler types below.
Potterton Combi boilers
The models in the Potterton Promax Plus combi boiler range vary in price, kW output and length of manufacturer warranty. The combi boilers typically come with a manufacturer-backed of 2 years. The kW outputs for the Potterton combi boiler range from 24kW to 40kW meaning they are typically best suited to small to medium sized homes with up to 2 bathrooms.
A boiler priced at the lower end of the range is the Potterton Gold 24 combi boiler which is priced at £653.42. With a higher output to heat, the Potterton Promax 28 priced at £968.33.
Potterton system boilers
Potterton produce a limited range of system boilers in the Promax Plus range, which are fuelled by natural gas. Potterton system boilers come with up to 2-years manufacturer-backed warranty as standard. The output of the Potterton system boiler models range from 12kW to 28kW, this means that they can typically cope with homes that are considered small to medium sized properties.
The Potterton Gold 18 system boiler is priced at £588.65 and the priciest model is the Potterton Promax 24 is priced at £897.50.
Potterton heat-only boilers
Potterton heat-only boilers come with a 2-year manufacturer warranty for the Promax, but the Titanium is available with 7 years the range of the output varies from 12kW up to 30kW, so they are mostly suitable for properties that only have a single bathroom.
If you are interested in having a Potterton heat-only boiler installed, the Promax SL Heat 12 is priced at £701.32 and at the other end of the range is the Promax Titanium 30 heat-only boiler which is priced around £842.40.
What is the Potterton range suitable for?
With a vast choice of boilers available, deciding on the best boiler for you and your home can be confusing. Potterton produce boilers which range in type and size, so you’re sure to find a model to suit your requirements. The first consideration when choosing your new boiler should be the type; the most popular boiler in peoples homes across the UK is the combi boiler which is best suited to medium to small properties. For larger properties, a heat-only or system boiler could be more efficient as they’re able to cope with higher heat and hot water demands.
Secondly, consider what kW output you’ll need in order to have efficient home heating. The output of a boiler is measured in kW's which determines how powerful the boiler is and therefore how much heat it can emit through your radiators. The higher the kW output, the larger the home the boiler can heat by using the extra power to send heat to more radiators. Here is a guide as to what kW output you may require:
|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.)