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Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi Gas boiler

We score each boiler we sell by considering a number of different factors including price installed, manufacturer guarantees, energy efficiency, the likely cost of running, and more. For this Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler, we have awarded a rating of TBC%.

£TBC is the amount you should budget to have this particular boiler installed on a straightforward installation.

We offer free quotes and professional advice and guidance on whether the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 is a suitable choice for your home via a phone call on 01604 343053. Alternatively, please click here to email us or enter your postcode in the quote boxes on this page.


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Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi Gas boiler frequently asked questions

Is the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 boiler a standard, combi or system model?

Suitable for a house or a flat, the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi boiler is worth considering if you want a combi boiler.

One of the reasons the combi boiler was introduced to Britain in the 1970s was because residential properties are among the smallest in the world. More traditional boilers require one or more large tanks to be stored around the home to function.

A combi boiler is a self-contained unit that draws water from the mains then heats and distributes it instantly and on demand - no tanks are needed.

They are the most popular type of boilers in the UK and offer only one major disadvantage - there is a maximum volume of water that can be heated at any one time. If that limit is exceeded by, for example, two people using a hot water tap at the same time, there will be a drop in water pressure, temperature and volume to both taps.

Would the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi be a suitable boiler for my house or flat?

Whether this Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler is right for where you live depends on its size or what its "output" level is. Size does not mean its physical dimensions, however - it means how powerful it is.

The output of a boiler is measured in kilowatts and indicates how much energy it can use to heat the water needed for your radiators, taps and showers. The greater the output, the more water it can heat.

A boiler whose output is too high will give you hot water and warm radiators but also higher gas bills, whereas a boiler whose output is too low will result in cheaper gas bills but the water might not always be as hot as you want it to be.

The output of the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi is 30 kW, so which types of property would this model be appropriate for?

Most experienced boiler engineers would recommend that this Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler would be suitable for medium-sized homes and larger apartments with 10-15 radiators and two bathrooms.

When choosing a combi boiler for your home, you need to think about "flow rates" as well as output rates. This Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler's flow rate is TBCl/m.

This indicates the maximum volume of hot water (measured in litres per minute) that your boiler can heat then distribute to your taps, showers and radiators at any one time. The greater the demand for hot water in your home, the higher the flow rate you will require.

However, all combi boilers like the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 draw water directly from the mains and heat it instantly.

This means that they can only heat and distribute water at the rate it enters the property (the "mains pressure" rate). For example, if your mains pressure is 11 litres per minute, this will be the highest flow rate you can achieve even if your boiler's flow rate is 17l/m.

When our engineer comes out to quote you, they may recommend that you choose a heat only boiler or system boiler instead if your family's demand for hot water is higher than normal.


Making space for the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30

The Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 is TBC mm tall, TBC mm wide, and TBC mm deep in size.

Advance Plus 7 30 – non-condensing or condensing?

We strongly recommend that you choose a condensing boiler like the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 - the technology is improving every year so the newer the boiler, the better.

A condensing boiler captures and recycles the warmth still present in flue exhaust gases and water vapour condensation into heat, allowing it to perform more efficiently on tasks like heating the colder water returning from your radiators.

They also offer significant annual savings on household gas bills as well as being more environmentally friendly.

Is the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi environmentally friendly?

As more of us are increasingly concerned about climate change, how we heat our homes and its impact on the environment has become an issue of importance to homeowners.

In the UK, central heating systems account for 14% of greenhouse gas production. Gas boilers in particular are responsible for emissions of dangerous nitrogen dioxide in British cities.

Will installing a Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi be a positive contribution to the environment? Let's see what the experts say.

Boilers manufactured in the UK must be tested and, by law, achieve an energy efficiency rating of 92% or above, equivalent to a SEDBUK "A" grade. Most boilers achieve an "A" rating meaning they are at least 88% efficient.

The energy efficiency of a boiler indicates the amount of energy it uses (and wastes) during operation.

The Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 has been assigned an efficiency rating of 92% with a SEDBUK rating of "A".

Am I covered if the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi boiler breaks down?

The manufacturer offers a parts and labour warranty of 7 years on the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 boiler to new customers.


Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Gas Combi boiler specifications

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LocationExternal
Condensing?Yes
Efficiency rating92%
Band ratingA
LPG Compatible?Yes
P/L Warranty7 Years
Output in kW30 kW
MountingWall

The top 10 rated Gas Combi boilers

Using the Plumbproud scoring system, the current 10 ten Gas Combi boilers assessed using a number of important variables are as follows:

1Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 82593.35%
2Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 83292.98%
3Worcester Bosch Greenstar 2000 25kW92.89%
4Viessmann Vitodens 050-W 29kW92.66%
5Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 83592.60%
6Worcester Bosch Greenstar CDi Compact 2892.57%
7Vaillant ecoFIT Pure 82592.39%
8Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 83892.16%
9Vaillant ecoTEC Exclusive IQ 83591.90%
10Vaillant ecoTEC Pro 2491.77%

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On the PlumbProud quality scoring system, we rate this Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler TBC%. To determine our rating, we take lots of different factors into consideration from price installed to manufacturer guarantees, energy efficiency, likely cost of running, and more.

We would expect this Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler to cost £TBC fully installed through PlumbProud, although it will cost more if the fit is complicated. We will provide you with a full quote before starting work, however.

Please enter your postcode in the quote boxes on this page, email us, or call us on 01604 343053 to get a free quote and guidance on whether the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 boiler is the right choice for your home.


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Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Gas Combi boiler specifications

Powered by GasGas
LocationExternal
Condensing?Yes
Efficiency rating92%
Band ratingA
LPG Compatible?Yes
P/L Warranty7 Years
Output in kW30 kW
MountingWall

Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi Gas boiler frequently asked questions

Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 - a combi boiler, system boiler or regular boiler?

The Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 boiler is an option you may wish to consider if you're looking for a combi boiler for your house or flat.

Boilers traditionally required the installation of one or more large tanks around your property. These were filled with water that was either being heated or was to be heated later. British homes are among the smallest in the world so, to solve the space problem, manufacturers introduced combi boilers in the 1970s to offer homeowners the warmth and hot water supply they needed while taking up much less space.

A combi boiler is designed to heat both radiators and taps on demand and at the same time. Water from the mains passes through a combi boiler and the boiler's technology instantly turns it into hot water. Your boiler then distributes the hot water throughout your home.

The main disadvantage of combi boilers is that they have a maximum water volume capacity. What this means is that, if one person is using the shower while another uses a hot tap simultaneously, less water gets to each area, resulting in a fall in water pressure at both points.

Is a Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi boiler suitable for my house or flat?

To determine that, we need to consider the size of the boiler. Size doesn't mean how big it is - it means how big its "output" is.

Your boiler's output indicates the maximum amount of power available to it to heat the water you need to warm your radiators or when you want hot water from your taps. A higher output rate means that your boiler is capable of heating greater volumes of water.

If a boiler's output rate is too low, you'll often find that the water is not as hot as you want it to be. Too high, however, and you'll end up paying more for your gas than you should be.

The Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi boiler has an output rate of 30 kW, so which types of property would this be suitable for?

A heating engineer would recommend that this Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler would be a suitable installation choice for medium-sized homes and larger apartments with 10-15 radiators and two bathrooms.

When choosing a combi boiler like the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30, you need to consider the "flow rate" as well as the output rate. Flow rates (measured in litres per minute) indicate the volume of hot water that the boiler can heat up and then distribute to your taps and radiators.

However, combi boilers draw water from the mains and this means they can only heat the amount of water that actually enters your property.

What this means is that, if your mains pressure is 12 litres per minute, that is your boiler's effective flow rate even if it has the capacity to process 18 litres per minute. This Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler's flow rate is TBCl/m.

To give you an idea of the flow rate you might need, a power shower typically requires around 12 litres of water per minute and a basin tap requires 4-8 litres per minute.

When our engineer comes out to quote you, they may recommend that you choose a heat only boiler or system boiler instead if your family's demand for hot water is higher than normal.


Making space for the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30

The Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 is TBC mm tall, TBC mm wide, and TBC mm deep.

Advance Plus 7 30 – non-condensing or condensing?

We recommend that, if possible, you select one of the very latest condensing gas boilers on the market like the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30.

Condensing boilers are better for the environment because they capture and recycle the heat still present in flue exhaust gases and water vapour condensation for re-use, meaning lower greenhouse gas emissions.

They're also a lot cheaper to run meaning that, if you're replacing a very old and inefficient boiler, the savings on your gas bill over 5-10 years add up to more than you pay for the boiler itself.

How energy efficient is the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi boiler?

Many homeowners are becoming increasingly concerned about how they heat their homes and the impact it has on climate change and other important environmental issues.

Gas boilers are responsible for dangerous atmospheric levels of nitrogen dioxide emissions in Britain's biggest cities and, overall, 14% of the UK’s greenhouse gases are produced by our domestic central heating systems.

Would choosing the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi be an environmentally-friendly choice? If so, let's look at its performance figures.

By law, boilers manufactured and supplied in the UK must achieve a SEDBUK rating of "A" and work at a 92% minimum efficiency. Before April 2018, a minimum of 88% energy efficiency needed to be achieved (88/89% = SEDBUK "B" and 90% = SEDBUK "A").

Following official testing, the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 was given an efficiency rating of 92% with a SEDBUK rating of "A".

Energy efficiency is a measure of how much energy is used and how much is wasted when a boiler is operating.

How long is the warranty period on the Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 combi boiler?

The parts and labour warranty offered with this Biasi Advance Plus 7 30 Combi boiler covers you for 7 years.


The top 10 rated Gas Combi boilers

Using the Plumbproud scoring system, the current 10 ten Gas Combi boilers assessed using a number of important variables are as follows:

1Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 82593.35%
2Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 83292.98%
3Worcester Bosch Greenstar 2000 25kW92.89%
4Viessmann Vitodens 050-W 29kW92.66%
5Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 83592.60%
6Worcester Bosch Greenstar CDi Compact 2892.57%
7Vaillant ecoFIT Pure 82592.39%
8Vaillant ecoTEC Plus 83892.16%
9Vaillant ecoTEC Exclusive IQ 83591.90%
10Vaillant ecoTEC Pro 2491.77%
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