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Vaillant’s range of ecoTEC high efficiency domestic gas boilers combines the finest German engineering and British manufacturing, to give you outstanding performance and long lasting reliability from your heating system. All of our ecoTEC boilers are high efficiency gas boilers made with the highest quality components, and are backed up with market leading guarantee packages.
With a broad range of combination, system and open vent boilers available in outputs to suit all types of properties, the versatile ecoTEC range could provide the perfect boiler for your home.
Choosing the right heating system for your home can sometimes be unnecessarily difficult, so to help you make an informed choice we’ve put together some guidance on each boiler within the ecoTEC domestic boiler range, answering some of the questions you might find yourself asking.
This popular type of boiler heats hot water as you need it. There is no need to install a hot water cylinder or cold water tank, as the boiler is connected directly to the water mains – perfect for homes with limited space and a smaller hot water requiremen.
This type of boiler works together with a hot water cylinder, but usually doesn’t require a cold water tank, as the system can be filled directly from the water mains. This type of system benefits from having an electric immersion heater within the cylinder which means you can still have hot water even if your boiler breaks down.
This type of system is more traditional and is normally found in older houses. They work alongside a separate hot water cylinder (often found in the airing cupboard) and a use a cold water tank (often found in the loft). Like a sealed system, this type of system is normally suited to a larger home with a higher hot water requirement.