Ideal boilers were founded in 1905, giving them over 100 years of experience in delivering boilers to homes throughout the U.K.
Ideal offers budget-priced boilers at mid-range quality, with exceptional customer service. WarmZilla is proud to offer Ideal boilers as they meet the WarmZilla standards for reliability, price, and aftercare.
Ideal boilers offer a selection of combination, system, and regular boilers. If you aren’t sure what boiler type you have, then you can read our blog so you know what you’re looking for.
Once you know what boiler type you’re looking for, you can use the WarmZilla boiler comparison function below. Just select up to 3 boilers you want to compare and you’ll be able to compare key stats side by side to see which Ideal boiler is best for you.
You can also take the WarmZilla survey, by answering a few simple questions about your home we will be able to recommend suitable boilers for your heating and hot water requirements. You can get a quote on a new boiler in just a few minutes without adding any personal details.
WarmZilla offers Ideal boilers because they are classed as a budget brand, but they offer very reliable boilers, parts are easy to get hold of as they are based in the U.K, they have fantastic aftercare and as an added bonus – Ideal boilers purchased from WarmZilla come with a huge 8-year warranty.
WarmZilla offers a range of combi, system, and regular gas condensing boilers from Ideal in a range of kW options to suit small flats, apartments, and any size home. We don’t sell commercial Ideal boilers.
WarmZilla offers the Ideal Logic boiler range, the most popular boiler range available from Ideal. The Ideal Logic range includes system, regular, and combi boilers.
Ideal boilers sold by WarmZilla come with Gas Safe installation, system filter, system cleanse, inhibitor, wireless thermostat, up to 8 years guarantee, any flues or extension kits you may need; plus, if your condensate or gas pipes require upgrading – that’s included in your fixed price Ideal boiler quote too!
You can also upgrade your wireless thermostat to a choice of smart thermostats and you can add radiators to your order – all your heating requirements with one easy online purchase.
When you buy an Ideal boiler from WarmZilla, prices start from £1549 when buying your new boiler outright, or, if you want to pay by finance, prices start from £10.59 per month.
Ideal boiler prices vary depending on the model you choose and the kW output of the model you require. The Ideal Logic 24kW combi boiler is our cheapest Ideal boiler, starting at £1549.
You can get a quote now and find out exactly how much your new Ideal boiler will cost, in a few minutes using the WarmZilla online survey.
With an output rating of 15kW for central heating, this model is great for smaller homes with up to 10 radiators and a single bathroom. In addition to the Ideal Logic Max S15, the Logic Max range includes the S18, S24, and the S30 with energy outputs between 18kW and 30kW. Therefore, if your home requires a higher demand for both central heating and hot water, then there is an option for everyone.
A system boiler is a great choice for homes with a higher demand for domestic hot water. This is because the hot water is stored in a cylinder ready for use when needed. However, it is important to note that when purchasing a new or replacement system boiler that you will need to consider space for an additional hot water cylinder in your home which is typically located in an airing cupboard.
With an output rating of 18kW for central heating, this model is great for smaller homes with up to 10 radiators and a single bathroom. The Ideal Logic Max S18 is middle of the range when it comes to energy output, therefore, if you are looking for a more powerful system boiler, the S24 or S30 may be better suited to you and your home. Meanwhile, if you’re home doesn’t require as much power, the S15 is also available.
A system boiler is a great choice for homes with a higher demand for domestic hot water than can be met by a combi boiler. This is because a system boiler stores the hot water that is heated in the boiler unit in a separate cylinder, ready for use when needed.
Although the boiler unit itself is compact and lightweight, it is important to note that when purchasing a new or replacement system boiler, you will need to consider space for an additional hot water cylinder. This is usually installed in an airing cupboard.
If you are looking for a new reliable and cost-effective system boiler then thanks to its efficiency rating of 94% and an ErP A-rating, the Ideal Logic Max S24 could be a great contender. With these ratings, this boiler could also potentially help you reduce your energy bills.
The Ideal Logix Max S24 has a central heating output rating of 24kW which makes it best suited to medium-sized properties with between 10-15 radiators. The Ideal Logic Max is available in lower outputs of 15kW and 18kW if your home does not require such a high demand for central heating and hot water, while the S30 is the most powerful in the range with a central heating output of 30kW for homes with higher demand.
A system boiler is a great choice for homes with a higher demand for domestic hot water. This is because the boiler is fed with cold water directly from the mains, this water is then heated in your boiler unit and then stored in a cylinder ready for use when needed. It is important to remember that when purchasing a new or replacement system boiler that you will need to consider space for an additional hot water cylinder in your home.
Thanks to the efficiency of 93% and Erp A-rating the Logic Max S30 system boiler has the potential to lower the energy bills and the carbon footprint of your home, depending on the efficiency rating of your current boiler.
The 30.3kW output rating offered by this model makes this system boiler the most powerful in the Logic Max range. The Ideal Logic Max S30 is perfect for larger homes with up to 20 radiators and 1-2 bathrooms. For homes with around 10 radiators and a bathroom, then the Ideal Logic Max S15 or S18 may be better suited to your needs, while the S24 is more suitable for homes with 15 radiators and a bathroom.
System boilers store hot water in a cylinder, which is then ready to be delivered to your taps, showers, or baths, making them ideal for homes with a higher demand for instant hot water.
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