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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 5:28 pm 
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I have a two-bathroom four-bed house and have decided to go for a storage combi. The Vaillant 938 has been suggested to me, but i was wondering if there are any alternatives i should consider, e.g. Worcester or Viessmann etc.
PS, the GF will have hydro UFH and upper two floors rads.

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System boiler and UV cylinder everytime!!

Get a small unvented that fits below the boiler and set it up with hot water priority and you'll be far better off for around the same space :wink:

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Thanks. I realise many will recommend the uvc route. But, as i said, i've decided to go the storage combi route. So what I'm wondering is whether the 938 is the best storage combi, or whether there are others i should consider.


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We had a Ecotec plus 832 fitted a couple of weeks back and other than a low pressure fault on the day it was installed, it's been fantastic.

Our house is three bedroom with eight radiators and the new boiler has no problems what so ever in meeting demand.


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