Baxi 830 Combi Gas Boiler

830 Combi Gas Boiler
Typical Price (inc VAT)
£955
Typical Installation Cost (inc VAT)
£500 - £1000
Sundries (Filter, Flue, etc)
£300
Total Cost
£1,755 - £2,255
Make Baxi
Model 830 Combi Gas Boiler
Is Condensing Condensing
Efficiency Rating 93%
Band Rating A Rating
LPG Compatible No
Standard Warranty 10 Years
Central Heating Max. Output 21.2 kW
Mounting Wall Mounted
Flow Rate 12.2 l/min
Typical Price (Inc VAT) £955
Typical Installation Cost (Inc VAT) £500 - £1000
Sundries £300
Total Cost £1,755 - £2,255
ERP Rating A Heat A Water
Hot Water Max Output 30 kW

Product Description

The Baxi 830 Combi Gas Boiler is packed full of clever features and is a great choice for small to medium-sized homes.

Retailing at £955 – £1,000, the Baxi 830 is equipped with brass hydraulics, a stainless steel heat exchanger and a simple filling loop for topping up the pressure.

It also comes with a compact Magnaclean Micro 2 magnetic system filter to prevent a build-up of sludge and debris in your heating system.

Its efficiency rating of 93% is one of the highest on the market and correlates to an ERP A rating for heating and hot water. Not only will this boiler help keep your carbon footprint down, but you will also notice the savings on your energy bills.

How can I get this boiler installed?

The Baxi 830 is a compact boiler that is equipped with a simple hanging bracket for ease of installation. It can be wall-mounted and is small enough to be housed in a kitchen cupboard – meaning it can be hidden away out of sight.

How long will it take to install?

The installation time will depend on the type of boiler you currently have in your property. Switching out a combi boiler to the Baxi 830 will be a relatively quick process, especially if it is going to remain in the same location. In this scenario, it will typically take a boiler engineer around 4-6 hours to install.

If you are replacing a system or regular boiler with the Baxi 830 combi boiler, then there will be a bit more work involved. The hot water cylinder and/or cold water storage tank will need to be removed and new pipework installed to connect the combi boiler. On average, this will take a gas engineer roughly two days to complete.

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Can I change my boiler’s location?

There is absolutely nothing stopping you from changing the location of your boiler when you get it replaced. You might want to free up space in a room or hide it away in a cupboard. All you need to consider is that the new location is near an external wall so the flue can be vented and that access is always available to the boiler for any maintenance or repairs that need carrying out.

The time and cost of changing a boiler’s location will depend on how far it is being moved. The further it is moved from its original location, the more work is required. Additional pipework will need to be installed, which may involve an engineer having to lift carpets and floorboards. It usually takes between half a day and a day to do this.

What fuel supply does it need?

The Baxi 830 runs off natural gas and needs to be connected to the main gas supply.

This boiler is not suitable to use with LPG (liquefied petroleum gas).

How do combi boilers work?

Unlike system or regular boilers that require a hot water cylinder and/or cold water storage tank, combi boilers work by taking water directly from the mains supply. This means they can be very efficient as they only heat up hot water when you turn on a tap or set your central heating to come on.

They also take up a lot less space as everything the boiler needs to run is housed inside the unit.

Is it suitable for my home?

The Baxi 830 has a central heating output of 21.2 kW, which is ideal for a property with no more than 9 radiators. The flow of the water is 12.2 l/min and the maximum hot water output is 30.9 kW, making this a great choice for a house that has up to two bathrooms.

What size is the Baxi 830?

The dimensions of this boiler are H700xW390xD285. The Baxi 830 can be wall-mounted and is small enough to be installed inside a kitchen cupboard meaning it can be hidden out of sight. It also weighs only 29.5 kg making it easy for an installer to manoeuvre into place.

How much does the Baxi 830 Gas Combi Boiler cost?

The Baxi 830 retails between £955 – £1,000 (inc VAT).

The cost of installation will vary on what type of boiler you are replacing. If you are replacing an old combi boiler and the location will be the same, it shouldn’t take too much work to install it. Installation costs will usually be between £500-£1000.

If you currently have a system or regular boiler, there will be be more work involved. Removing the hot water cylinder and cold water storage tank and installing new pipework takes around 1-2 days and costs will typically range between £1,000 – £2,500 depending how much pipework needs to be installed.

What other options are available?

The Baxi 830 is one of three models in the Baxi 800 range and sits in the middle in terms of output.

The Baxi 825 has a maximum central heating output of 21.2kW and a domestic hot water output (DHW) of 25kW. The Baxi 830 has the same maximum central heating output of 21.2kW but a higher DHW of 30kW – ideal for homes with up to 4 bedrooms. For larger homes, with several bedrooms and more than one bathroom, the Baxi 836 has a maximum central heating output of 26.4kW and and a domestic hot water output of 36kW.

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Is it easy to service?

Baxi are one of the biggest boiler manufacturers in the UK so there will be no shortage of engineers who are familiar with the boiler system. If your boiler does happen to suffer a fault or a broken part, you won’t have any difficulty in finding a replacement.

Is this boiler a good purchase?

The Baxi 830 Combi Gas Boiler is a very strong performer. It has a very high energy efficiency, which can save you money on your energy bills. It has good heating and hot water output ratings to easily meet the demand of an average family-sized home. It is also small and lightweight, meaning you can hide it away in a utility cupboard or kitchen cabinet.

The Baxi 830 is very competitively priced and has a lot of nice features. It also comes with a really impressive 10-year warranty, providing you with peace of mind that if something does go wrong in that time you will be able to replace a faulty or broken part.

What are the key features?

The Baxi 830 Combi Gas Boiler is built with brass hydraulics and a stainless steel heat exchanger. The built in pipes facility and extensive flue options (up to 20 metres) makes it easy for an engineer to install and service. It also has a easy-fill loop which allows you to quickly top up the pressure, without the need to call out a heating engineer.

It has OpenTherm technology which allows you to connect the boiler to lots of different makes and models of smart thermostats, including Baxi’s own uSense smart thermostat. The uSense thermostat can be controlled by smartphone or tablet and features a boiler fault diagnosis.

It also comes with the Adey Magnaclean Micro 2 magnetic system filter, which when fitted, can improve the efficiency and extend the life of your central heating system by filtering sludge and magnetite out of the system. When your boiler has its annual service, the magnaclean filter can be emptied of any sludge and debris that has built up that would otherwise be trapped in your heating system.

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Is this boiler efficient?

The Baxi 830 Gas Combi Boiler has an ErP efficiency rating of 93%, which is Energy A rating. Compared to older, more inefficient models, the Baxi 830 can save you lots of money on your energy bills – sometimes as much as hundreds of pounds a year!

The improved efficiency is also better for the environment as the boiler doesn’t need to run as long to heat your hot water or central heating. One of the big benefits of a combi boiler is that it doesn’t need to maintain a constant supply of hot water. Instead, the boiler only fires up when you turn on the heating or run a tap

What is the warranty period?

This boiler comes with a 10 year parts and labour warranty, providing you with peace of mind in case anything does go wrong.

All you need to do to activate your warranty is to register it within 30 days of installation.

Does it need annual servicing?

All boilers should undergo an annual service to ensure they are running efficiently and there are no noticeable faults or issues. If you take advantage of the Baxi 830’s 10 year warranty then you will need to have the boiler serviced by a gas Safe registered engineer every year in order to keep the warranty valid.

Can I connect it to a smart thermostat?

The Baxi 830 Combi gas Boiler has OpenTherm technology which means you can connect it to a range of smart thermostats, including Hive, Nest and Baxi’s own uSense thermostat. This allows you to control your heating on the go from your tablet or smartphone.

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