Buying Guide Regular Prices & Reviews Of Worcester Bosch Greenstar FS CDi

The essentials for the perfect boiler.

Worcester Bosch Greenstar FS CDi Regular

boilers come in two different output options, 30 kW and 42 kW. Your Gas Safe boiler engineer would decide on which output you would need to run your home effectively and comfortably.

Features like quiet activity and excellent energy efficiency are included in our award-winning versions. For larger properties, heat-only boilers, also known as standard or traditional boilers, are the ideal alternative.  If you are searching for a replacement for the old boiler in your home and have a small expansion tank and a larger cold water storage cistern in your loft room, it is most likely that you already have a boiler just for heat.

A boiler has two main roles: to heat the air inside a house and to also heat the house’s water. It does this by burning fuel -oil or gas and makes very hot water. Some of this water feeds the plumbing system when the faucet is turned on.  But it also pours through an organization of closed pipes and radiators throughout the house, transferring the warmth to the air. As the water cools down, it is pumped back into the boiler to undergo the same process again.

Check out these best boiler options that Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers provide:

  • Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers 30 kW
  • Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor      FS CDi boilers 42 kW
NameOur ratingAvailabilityPriceOutputEfficiency
Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers 30 Kw     Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor        FS CDi boilers 42 kW            8.9/10                 9.1/10            YES                 YES              £ 1,155.80                                     £ 1,983.98                      30 kW                 42 kW            92%                 A-93%            

Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers 30 kW

A highly efficient, combination boiler that is floor placed, with a SEDBUK efficiency rating of 93%, The boiler is solar-compatible and can be used with Worcester’s Greenskies solar hot water systems, which can boost energy savings and benefit the environment. It is extremely simple to install and to service. The outstanding performance and the quiet operation are trademarks of the boiler range, due to the usage of high- quality parts.

Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers 30 kW

Advantages:

  • Range of heating outputs – perfectly suited to most homes
  • Perfect for the kitchen or utility room
  • Compatible with Green store hot water cylinders
  • Environmental friendly with reduced carbon emissions
  • Reduced fuel bills
  • No frost damage
  • Convenient and reliable
  • No flooring damage
  • Easy sitting
  • Easy and flexible installation
  • Easy to service
  • Optional 7-day programmer available for greater comfort and energy efficiency
  • Fits underneath a standard kitchen worktop
  • Stored hot water can be rapidly replenished with high output options
  • Simple boiler control knobs with temperature display
  • Extremely quiet

Disadvantages:

  • Need for hot water cylinder additionally.

Features:

  • A-rated conventional boiler
  • Energy-saving anti-cycle control
  • Frost protection
  • Wheel-in tray included
  • Built-in heating temperature controls and operational status indicator
  • Compatible with green-skies solar panels
  • Flexible-fuel possibilities
  • Simple heating control
  • 5-year parts and labor warranty
  • Output: 30 kW
  • Compatibility with green skies water panel and Green store hot water cylinders
  • Dimensions: H – 850 MM, W – 400 MM, D – 600 MM
  •        Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers 42 kW

Not only will it help to reduce your energy bills but this appliance will play its part in lowering your carbon footprint. Worcester’s boilers are both eco-friendly and affordable. Combi is a combination boiler and does not require any extra parts, such as a cold water tank or hot water storage cylinder. They can deliver heating and hot water all by themselves, combi boilers are normally found in flats and houses where space is restricted. 

Advantages:

  • Optional 7-day programmer available for greater comfort and energy efficiency
  • Can be used with Greenskies solar panels for energy and cost savings
  • Extremely quiet
  • Range of heating outputs – perfectly suited to most homes
  • Perfect for the kitchen or utility room
  • Compatible with Greenstore hot water cylinders
  • Environmental friendly with reduced carbon emissions
  • Reduced fuel bills
  • No frost damage
  • Convenient and reliable
  • No flooring damage
  • Easy sitting
  • Easy and flexible installation
  • Easy to service

Disadvantages:

  • Low output for a high price

Features:

  • A-rated conventional boiler
  • Simple heating control
  • 7-year parts and labor warranty
  • Output: 42kW
  • Compatibility with green skies water panel and Greenstore hot water cylinders
  • Nox-class 5
  • Available in both natural gas and LPG
  • Built-in frost protection
  • Energy-saving anti-cycle control
  • Operational status indicator
  • Fault finding diagnostics
  • Built-in heat temperature controls
  • Transfers heat quickly with aluminium-silicon heat exchanger
  • Compatible with green skies solar panel
  • Built in condensate pump with 4.5 m head
  • Multidirectional fluting
  • The flexible flue for chimney installation
  • Floor standing
  • Lessens damage on the floor with a roll-in mechanism
  • 10-year warranty on heat exchanger
  • 5-year boiler warranty
  • Dimensions: H – 850 MM, – 400 MM, D – 600 MM

Buying guide, Boilers:

There are three main boiler types:

  • 1. Combi boilers
  • 2. System boilers
  • 3. Regular boilers

Understanding each boiler type is important to identify the one suitable for your house. The prices listed do not include the installation fare.

Combi Boilers:

Combi boilers or combination boilers do not need a separate hot water cylinder, instead deliver water from one solid unit. They are easy to install and cheaper than the other models and therefore popular among customers. It is best suited for a smaller house with a wide range of kW outputs. The disadvantage includes the impossibility of the boiler to cope up with two showers or baths running simultaneously, not suitable for houses with many bathrooms.

The advantages of combi boilers include:

  • • Prompt and limitless hot water
  • • Energy efficient
  • • No cylinder or tanks essential
  • • Easier to install

System Boilers:

System boilers are ideal for houses with multiple bathrooms and great demand. They can provide a constant supply of water to all the units within a house. It requires a separate water cylinder for the storage of hot water, but they don’t need extra tanks. Like combi boilers, system boilers are easy to install energy-efficient to run.

The advantages of system boilers include:

  • • Provides hot water to multiple taps ideal for a large house
  • • installation quick and easy
  • • No need for separate tanks
  • • Solar thermal solutions

Regular Boilers:

Areas with low water pressure and homes with multiple bathrooms are ideal for regular boilers, also known as conventional or heat only boilers. They are best suited for homes with loft space and airing cupboard as they need a feed, expansion tank, and hot water cylinder. They provide a steady supply of hot water.

The advantages of regular boilers include:

• Perfect for larger houses with two or more bathrooms

• Simultaneously, provides water to multiple taps

• Suited for homes with a traditional central heating system

• Well-suited with solar thermal solutions

Best UK Boiler Brands

With a large number of options available in the market today, it is difficult to pinpoint the right boiler for your homes. Most boiler companies provide generous solutions to UK homes. These are our selection based on reputable brands:

  • • Worcester Bosch
  • • Viessmann
  • • Vaillant
  • • Ideal
  • • Potterton
  • • Glow-Worm

What Do Experts Have To Say?

It is significant to guarantee that a boiler’s Power Rating (or size) is just right;

• An undersized boiler might work too hard, and an oversized boiler may work below capacity. Both circumstances can lead to more fuel being used than needed.

• A heating engineer analyses the dimension of the boiler needed based on; heat loss, the number of rooms (Bedrooms, bathrooms, etc.), number of people in the property, number of radiators, showers, etc.

• Smaller houses and flats, with up to 10 radiators, will need a 24-25 kw boiler. A 28-30 kw would be installed for a medium to large 3-4 bed house with up to 15 radiators, and a 33-35 kw and a 40 kw would be for a large house with up to 20 radiators.

• In enormous properties spread over several floors over one boiler would be essential.

Boiler Manufacturer

• There are abundant boiler brands/manufacturers. Each one has an advertising strategy to trade their product. As a customer, it’s hard to tell which is “the best” or the right one for you.

• The hunt for “the best” is often problematic by heating engineers having a preferred boiler manufacturer that they like to install. They will each say that their proposal is better than the others.

• The cynical might suggest Heating Engineers prefer one brand over another because that is where they can make the most mark.

• Maybe one brand is less likely to become incorrect than another, one brand is easier to install than another, or that the engineer is just more familiar with a particular brand than another.

• A Gas Safe engineer will install a gas boiler of any brand, but it’s worth paying attention to why they endorse one brand over another. Quite often it will be because they can offer an extended warranty on that boiler brand.

The Research & Methodologies Used Behind In-Depth Analysis Of Best Boiler:

  • Erp efficiency: 88.5%
  • Erp decibel rating: 53 dBa
  • PCDB seasonal efficiency: 92%

Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers

Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers is a conventional floor-standing oil-fired boiler, available in outputs of 30 kW and 42 kW. This appliance is part of Worcester’s high-efficiency boiler range and is designed to be used with a cold water storage tank and a hot water cylinder. It measures H-850mm, W-400mm, D-600mm , and will fit neatly between your kitchen or utility room units. The boiler comes with built-in frost protection with easily usable controls. Compatible with optional weather compensation and open thermal control. It is also LPG compatible. It is a wall-mounted, condensing combination boiler that is intended with high specification components.  While this compact model has a low weight for installers, many fleeing options, and preformed copper tails, so it is easy to install. The needs of every home having different lifestyles can be met through Worcestor’s flexible range of heating outputs. That is why it is suitable and an outstanding performer with low energy consumption and low fuel bills. Save fuel and money, with this smart choice. They’re very economical since they provide instant hot water when the boiler is used.  For a complete Worcester solution and to increase water performance, the boiler can be set up to work with a Green store hot water cylinder. Ideal for small, medium, and large homes, the Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers come with a 5-year manufacturer warranty.

Stories From The Real World Usage:

Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers

Top review:

  • Reviewer: Stephen Stainton
  • Date and Place of review: The United Kingdom on January 2nd, 2021.
  • Rating: 5/5
  •  Feedback:

A boiler for the 21st century

This boiler is a state of the art if you add the Wi-Fi link to the room thermostat. The app which links to the thermostat allows you to control your heating from anywhere in the world. It gets even better if you add Wi-Fi thermostats to all radiators. You can then control individual rooms using the app.
E.g. Warm just the lounge and bathroom ready for your shower and relax whilst still on your way home.
All the usual timer and overrides are available.
The app just needs a few small updates to includes things like quickly raise a room temperature to say 24 degrees with one keypress. I was replacing a Worcester Bosch boiler that was 14+ years old and had only experienced some wear and tear in the last couple of years, so decided when the fan went and checking that the expected life span of boilers was between 12 and 15 years decided to renew rather than repair when only the repaired item would be covered by any guarantee.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

1. Do boilers actually “boil” water?

No, boilers in operation today do not boil water (myth number one bites the dust!). The term “boiler” is a carryover from the past when steam boilers were common, which boiled water to make steam. Today’s boilers are water heaters and typically use natural gas. Most can heat water in a range from 145-190 degrees, depending on the radiation system.

2. How do boilers provide heat?

Boilers provide radiant heat, which warms objects in a room. In contrast, a forced-air furnace warms the air in a room, which means objects absorb heat more slowly. Some people prefer boilers because they can set their thermostat at a lower temperature and the radiant heat makes the room feel warmer than the actual air temperature. Others say boilers provide more balanced heat throughout the home during the winter months.

3. What are the most important things to know about your boiler heating system?

Is your boiler a standard efficiency or high-efficiency model? Standard efficiency is vented in a metal pipe. A high-efficiency model should be vented in PVC pipe, either off the top or to the side of the boiler.

What kind of radiation do you have? Fin tube or baseboard, or cast iron radiators?

Who will assume responsibility for maintaining the boiler? Are you willing and able to learn to do it yourself, or are you going to have a company do the maintenance for you? The U.S. Boiler Company recommends annual maintenance to confirm that the boiler is working safely and efficiently. Annual maintenance also can identify potential problems and prevent a no-heat situation with your boiler.

4. What are the common reasons that boilers break or stop working?

Pumps fail and electrical components can stop working (controls, thermostat, etc.). Also, unnecessary air may get into the system or low water pressure may occur, both of which can result in the system not moving the water so the boiler cannot radiate heat correctly or at all. In rare cases, water can freeze in extremely cold conditions. Minnesota snowbirds should take precautions, such as having a house sitter (or an emergency contact) and always having maintenance performed before leaving for warmer climates. Finally, if using a setback thermostat, make sure to leave the setting at 55 degrees or above.

5. Do boilers prevent humidity problems common with forced-air furnaces that lack a built-in humidifier?

Yes, or no, depending on the efficiency of your boiler. Technically, boiler systems do not remove or add humidity, with the exception of cast iron boilers. A low-efficiency boiler, however, will utilize indoor air to make the necessary combustion flame, which can dry out your home.  In contrast, a high-efficiency boiler pulls air from outdoors to achieve combustion and does not affect the indoor air.

Now, one more tip about cast iron boilers, which are designed to use indoor air for combustion. You can improve air quality while using this type of boiler by making sure there is adequate air for the cast iron boiler. Installing a combustion air inlet (CAI), a small flexible pipe that is open to the outside brings fresh air into your home.

6. What is the risk of burns associated with using hot water for heating, such as with young children around hot radiators?

The risk is relatively low (due to more common baseboard heaters), assuming you keep the water temperature at the correct setting. This is especially important if your home uses the older cast iron radiators, which can become hot to the touch if the water temperature is set too high.

7. Do boilers waste water or energy?

No, they do not waste water because boilers are a sealed system. Modern boiler systems are just as efficient as any gas forced-air furnace.

8. How do you know if your boiler is operating efficiently?

Standard Heating can help by performing a boiler tune-up to assess your system. Boilers require annual maintenance to ensure efficient operation.

 9. Is it possible to retrofit an old boiler to make it more energy efficient?

No. Standard Heating will not alter the original design of a boiler, because they are UL listed/labeled and should not be altered. However, in most cases, standard heating can replace a boiler with a more efficient unit. If your equipment is 20-30 years old, be prepared to think about replacing the boiler.

FAQ

1. How Often Should I Replace My Boiler?

The general lifespan of a boiler is around 10 to 15 years. While this is an average, your boiler may last longer if they give proper maintenance. Considering a new boiler when repairs become too expensive would help save money in the long run. An expert engineer would help you decide the right time to replace your boiler.

2. How Do I Know if My Boiler Needs Repairing or Replacing?

If you have a boiler fault, it’s most likely a common problem with a simple fix. However, it’s problematic to understand whether your boiler can be repaired when a more serious issue arises.

3. How Often Should I Get My Boiler Serviced?

Servicing your boiler once a year should help to prolong its lifetime. Even though servicing without visible issues seems unnecessary, it would help to find the hidden faults.

4. How Do I Know if My Boiler Is Inexpensive?

Buying a new boiler, or just trying to choose if you need one, how effective it is will be a big part of your conclusion.

To find boilers that are reasonable, look for their ENERGY STAR rating. A well-rated boiler should run very competently, whereas a poorly rated model may be more cost-effective to replace in the long run.

You should find that all modern boilers are more economical when compared to older models.

5. How do I know if I’m getting a Good Contract on My Boiler?

Steering price can be one of the most problematic parts of purchasing a boiler, and you want to make sure you get the best deal possible.

6. How do boilers work?

The boiler heats a liquid and the heated fluid is then pumped through the pipes. It enters devices like radiators, in-floor heating loops, etc. to help keep your home comfortable and heated. There are also some combination boilers that may help take care of your home’s domestic water usage as well.

7. What is done in a boiler service?

An annual service will start with a visual check to ensure that the boiler and associated pipework is installed and positioned correctly. … They will check the boiler is working safely and efficiently, and clean the components inside the boiler. The engineer will check the following: Correct gas pressure and flow.

8. Can a faulty boiler use more gas?

Yes, a faulty boiler could absolutely be dangerous. If your boiler is burning more gas than necessary, it could be a warning sign of something more serious, which in turn could potentially put you and your family in danger. That’s why it’s always best to get it checked out ASAP.

9. How do you find out when a boiler was last serviced?

It’s important to find out how old the boiler is and how regularly it’s been serviced. The previous owner or your estate agent should be able to tell you. If it’s due a service, always use a Gas Safe registered engineer. If there’s a cold water tank in the attic, make sure it’s clean and that it has a lid fitted.

10.  How often should I replace my boiler?

The general lifespan of a boiler is around 10 to 15 years. While this is an average, your boiler may last longer if they give proper maintenance. Considering a new boiler when repairs become too expensive would help save money in the long run. An expert engineer would help you decide the right time to replace your boiler.

11.    How do I know if my boiler needs repairing or replacing?

If you have a boiler fault, it’s most likely a common problem with a simple fix. However, it’s problematic to understand whether your boiler can be repaired when a more serious issue arises.

12.   How often should I get my boiler serviced?

Servicing your boiler once a year should help to prolong its lifetime. Even though servicing without visible issues seems unnecessary, it would help to find the hidden faults.

13. How do I know if my boiler is economical?

If you’re buying a new boiler, or just trying to decide if you need one, how efficient it is will be a big part of your decision.

To find economical boilers, look for their ENERGY STAR rating. A well-rated boiler should run very efficiently, whereas a poorly rated model may be more cost-effective to replace in the long run.

You should find that all modern boilers are more economical when compared to older models.

14. How do I know if I’m getting a good deal on my boiler?

Navigating price can be one of the most difficult parts of buying a boiler, and you want to make sure you get the best deal possible.

Conclusion:

Worcester Bosch Greenstar Danesmoor FS CDi boilers

The only difference in the models shown of Worcester boilers is their output and flow rate. Premium, reliable, high-efficiency boiler with low NOx emissions built using premium components. Built-in frost protection and full modulation, providing energy savings. It is best to do some personal research to double-check what others are saying about the brand and model and choose the perfect model for your water heating requirements. 

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