The boiler is essential in most households as the primary source of domestic heating and hot water. Yet, deciding on what boiler uniquely meets one’s needs can be an exhausting task. There are lots to choose from in the market, and when it comes down to it, all we want is a boiler that can do the job with the least amount of stress in the process.

Vaillant boilers provide comfortable, controllable heating unmatched by many others in the market today. This is one of the reasons Vaillant boilers are widely used to heat residential and commercial properties nationwide. However, because of the various types of Vaillant boilers available, one needs to take consider certain factors to successfully choose the boiler which suits you best.

The right Vaillant boiler will be an efficient and practical fit for your home and lifestyle. Selecting a boiler depends on the main system type, how it works, what the advantages are, and the kind of homes best suited to work with them.

Vaillant boilers come in three categories: combination boilers, system boilers, and open vent boilers.

Vaillant Combination Boilers

Vaillant offers different types of combi boilers to supply heat and instant hot water. Since the boiler is connected to the mains directly, there is no need for a water storage tank. The ecoTEC Pro is most appropriate for smaller homes which do not require large amounts of hot water and heating. The higher powered ecoTEC Plus features three power levels. Thus, the more hot water taps, the higher the power level boiler you will need.

The advantages of Vaillant combi boilers include:

  • Compact sizes which make them suitable for smaller homes
  • Energy saving since water only heats up when needed
  • Hot water is delivered at mains pressure

Vaillant System Boilers

In a system boiler, the main components for heating are built into the boiler. This makes installation easy and fast. Unlike the combination boiler, the system boiler requires a cylinder for storing heated water. Despite needing a cylinder to store hot water, system boilers can also be used in a small home because there is no need for water storage in the loft.

Vaillant system boiler types include the ecoTEC Exclusive system boiler, ecoTEC Plus system boiler and the ecoTEC Pure system boiler.

The advantages of Vaillant system boilers include:

  • Simultaneous supply of hot water to all taps in the home
  • Economical to use
  • Easy installation and maintenance

Vaillant Open Vent Boilers

Vaillant open vent boilers are linked to an outside vent, hence the name. The system combines the use of both a storage cylinder and a water tank to provide central heating and hot water.

The advantages of open vent boilers include:

  • Ideal for homes with two or more bathrooms
  • Perfect for higher hot water requirement
  • Ultra-efficient operation

Now it’s action time. What kind of Vaillant boiler do you need? A combi that’s best suited to a small household? Or an open vent boiler that allows you to use all the hot water your warm heart desires? The choice is yours to make.