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Different types of Worcester Bosch Greenstar boilers

Worcester Bosch is the leading boiler brand across the UK. And they offer a range of different boilers that are incredibly efficient and effective. One of the most popular ranges is the Greenstar boiler. So what are the different types of Greenstar boiler available? And which would be suitable for your property? Well, here at Mark Vernon heating and plumbing, we are Worcester Bosch boiler experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about the Worcester Bosch Greenstar range.

What is the Worcester Bosch Greenstar range?

The Worcester Bosch Greenstar range includes:

  • the Greenstar CDi classic
  • the Greenstar CDi compact
  • the Greenstar SI and I junior

Greenstar CDi Classic

This is an award-winning, high performance boiler, perfect for small to medium sized homes with one or two bathrooms. With a market leading output of up to 42kW, this boiler has set the benchmark for others.

Greenstar CDi Compact

The Greenstar CDi compact is part of Worcester Bosch’s next generation of wall mounted combi boilers. This boiler is suitable for small, medium or large buildings with one or two bathrooms. With a hot water output of up to 36kW, this boiler is perfect for properties which demand high outputs. The added benefit of this boiler is that it can fit inside a standard kitchen cupboard, thanks to the new ultra compact WB7 heat exchanger. This boiler achieves an A rated annual efficiency of 90.5%.

Greenstar Si and i Junior

The Greenstar Si and i Junior provide efficient heating and hot water performance. These are both condensing boilers that have also won awards. The Si and i Junior are suitable for small to medium sized properties with only one bathroom. Si combi boilers are able to be installed in various locations including kitchens, utility rooms, bathrooms, airing cupboards, lofts or garages.

For more information or advice about choosing your Worcester Bosch boiler, get in touch today.

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