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Viessmann Boiler Prices and Costs for 2023

Viessmann Boiler Prices and Costs for 2023

How much does a Viessmann boiler cost?

In this article, we’re going to take a look at the latest Viessmann boiler prices you can expect to pay for a new Viessmann boiler.

First, we’ll look at some of the most popular heating systems from this well-known manufacturer, and then we’ll provide you with a complete new Viessmann boiler price list for their full range of combi, system, and regular boilers.

Let’s take a look at the latest Viessmann boiler costs, models, range and which is best for your home.

Viessmann boiler prices vary with a range of models and outputs

With Viessmann boiler prices ranging from £790 to over £4,000, you can be sure there is a Viessmann boiler to suit your home and budget. If you haven’t heard of Viessmann before, then you should be aware that they are the largest boiler manufacturer in Europe. Their boilers are superb value in terms of reliability and warranties.

How much does a Viessmann boiler cost?

Viessmann’s new boiler costs slightly higher than some of the more budget options, but even their entry-level boiler, the Viessmann Vitodens 050-w is regarded as one of the best combi boilers you can buy on the market.

This isn’t just in terms of performance but also value for money in its price tag. At around £800 depending on the merchant, this compact combi boiler comes with 10 years warranty as standard included in the cost.

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Viessmann Combi Boilers Prices From £790 to £3,287

Viessmann Combi boilers cost between £790 and £3,287 for a boiler on its own. Combi boilers are great as they heat water as you need it, so, that means that there is no need to have a hot water cylinder. And, because they take water directly from the mains supply, there’s also no need for a cold-water tank either.

Combis also tend to be a very cost-effective way for hot water generation because it’s not sitting on a tank waiting to be used and this also means that they are very energy-efficient in how they operate.

Viessmann Boilers Price Review

Combi boilers are the number one choice for homeowners in the UK. However, they are not always the right choice to meet a household’s needs.

For example, if you have more than one bathroom or have the washing machine on while someone has a shower, then you may find that your condensing combi boiler struggles to provide hot water to both outlets at the same time.

Now Viessmann has gone some way to alleviate those issues with their storage combi gas boiler. These are available within their Vitoden range, which is Viessman’s best-selling gas condensing boiler model.

Vitodens 050-W Combi Boiler

The Vitodens 050-W is considered a budget boiler, but that doesn’t mean that Viessmann has scrimped on the functionality. Its low weight combined with compact design and super-quiet operation means that it’s likely to meet the needs of homes with up to three bedrooms.   

The Viessmann Vitodens 050-W still gets the stainless-steel heat exchanger while budget boilers from other companies get what’s often considered to be the inferior aluminium unit.

That means that it can achieve an outstanding 97% efficiency, something which even top-end boilers from other manufacturers struggle to reach.

The main boiler in direct competition with this is the Worcester 4000 combi which we have also reviewed.

Depending on how you prefer to control your heating, there are options for room thermostats, a plug-in timer, or a  wireless receiver. Unfortunately, the 050-W isn’t currently offered with access to Viessmann’s ViCare system, but there is an optional extra of utilising the intelligent heating control software, tado°.

This smart thermostat then provides heating control via a smartphone. We really like the ‘open window detection’, which can help you prevent your home’s heating from disappearing into the great outdoors!

Vitodens 100-W Combi Boiler

As Viessmann’s best-selling gas condensing boiler, the Viessmann Vitodens 100-W is an excellent choice for smaller homes that are already well insulated. Its compact design means that this boiler can fit into a kitchen cupboard, and the low weight makes for a quick and easy installation.

Efficiency is one of the essential requirements we all have when selecting a new boiler. Not only does a highly efficient boiler reduce your energy bills, but it also reduces the environmental impact through its use. The Viessmann Vitodens 100-W is one of the most efficient combi boilers currently available within the UK market.

It achieves an excellent 94% efficiency rating, which means that only 6% is lost during the heating process of the energy used to power the boiler. It’s no surprise then that the 100-W is an ErP A-rated boiler for both heating and hot water supply.

Vitodens 200-W Combi Boiler Price £1,700

The 200-W is a powerful boiler designed for larger homes. For complete flexibility, the 200-W can be operated via a smartphone, tablet or the 7-inch colour touch display.

Fitted with the MatriX-Plus burner, this is a model well known for its efficient operation and low running costs. Added advantages include the fact that this model of burner is made from a special stainless steel which means higher levels of reliability and a longer service life.

Vitodens 200 price review

This wall-mounted boiler is also a favourite with installation and service engineers. That’s because every component can be accessed from the front of the boiler.

That also makes it an excellent choice for homes where space is at an absolute premium. In addition, with the 200-W, there’s no need to worry about needing side clearance for servicing to take place. This is great if you want to move your boiler to a tight space.

With energy efficiency levels of up to 98%, this means that the Vitodens 200-W achieves a virtually loss-free operation. These are a great back boiler replacement too.

Viessmann Vitodens 200-w Combi BoilerViessmann Vitodens 200-w 35kWViessmann Vitodens 200-w 30kW
ERP RatingAA
Boiler TypeCombiCombi
External or InternalInternalInternal
Heat Output35 kW30 kW
Fuel TypeGasGas
Nox Class55
Solar CompatibleNoNo
WarrantyUpto 8 yearsUpto 8 years

Vitodens 111-W Storage Combi Boiler

The Vitodens 111-W is an excellent option for busy family homes. With its 46-litre storage capacity, it can cope with high demands on the hot water supply. This then means that the Vitodens 111-W is capable of filling a bath in just eight minutes while also providing hot water to another tap at the same time, perfect for those hectic family mornings!

A Wi-Fi interface is now included as a standard with the Viessmann Vitodens 111-w, meaning that you can control the whole system through an app on your smartphone. No more coming home to a cold house or panicking that you left the heating on when away on holiday. Now you have immediate control of both hot water and heating no matter where you are in the world.

The Vitodens 111-w is quite expensive in terms of the cost of a boiler, but if you think that it may be the best option for you you can always spread the cost with boilers on finance.

Viessmann Combi Boiler Prices

Viessmann Boiler ModelWarrantyTypical Price
Vitodens 050-W 29kW Combi Gas BoilerUp to 7 years£790
Vitodens 050-W 35kW Combi Gas BoilerUp to 7 years£1,020
Vitodens 100-W 26 kW Combi Gas BoilerUp to 12 years£1,235
Vitodens 100-W 30 kW Combi Gas BoilerUp to 12 years£1,290
Vitodens 100-W 35 kW Combi Gas BoilerUp to 12 years£1,359
Vitodens 200-W 30kW Combi Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£1,713
Vitodens 200-W 35kW Combi Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£1,807
Vitodens 111-W 25kW Storage Combi Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£1,770
Vitodens 111-W 32kW Storage Combi Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£1,904
Vitodens 222-F 19kW Storage Combi Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£3,124
Vitodens 222-F 25kW Storage Combi Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£3,216
Vitodens 222-F 32kW Storage Combi Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£3,287

Viessmann Regular Boilers Prices

A regular boiler requires not only the boiler itself but also a cold-water tank, an expansion vessel and a hot water cylinder. Regular boilers have historically been fitted into large homes with several bathrooms or households with an exceptionally high demand for heating or hot water. It may also be that the pipework is not able to cope with the water pressure that comes with both combi and systems boilers.

Regular or conventional boilers, as they’re sometimes known, can also be a good choice for areas where there is low water pressure.

With the water heated and stored in advance, it’s ready to go when required and to multiple outlets at the same time. Because of the need for the tank, vessel, and cylinder, a regular boiler is usually only recommended as a replacement for the one which is already installed in the home.

If you’re considering converting from a regular boiler to a system or combi boiler, it will mean a more complex installation, which means it will be more expensive. However, if you’re refurbishing your home, then that might be a perfect time also to upgrade your heating system.

Vitodens 100-W Regular Boiler

The 100-W regular boiler brings across all the great features of the combi version. That includes the stainless steel Inox-Radial heat exchanger, which is corrosion resistant and has industry-leading wall thickness. This then means that it is incredibly durable and that it can achieve 97% efficiency levels.

We especially like the very low operating noise of the 100-W, which is a maximum of 39 dB(A). This then means that the boiler can be fitted in the kitchen without it being distracting.  There are five different rated outputs available, from 13kW through to 35KW, so pretty much all medium to large-sized homes are catered for.

Viessmann knows that there’s no one solution that fits all households.  So, while the 100-W has been designed for open vent heating, it can also be fitted as a sealed system with the addition of an expansion vessel safety valve.  There are also several different flue options available so that no matter your home set-up, installation can be a quick and easy process.

Viessmann Vitodens 100-W Heat Only BoilerViessmann Vitodens 100-W 35kWViessmann Vitodens 100-W 26kWViessmann Vitodens 100-W 16kW
ERP Efficiency94%94%94%
Depth295 mmHeat OnlyHeat Only
Height600 mm295 mm295 mm
Width375 mm600 mm600 mm
Heat Output35 kW26 kW16 kW
Noise Level50 dB49db48db
Solar CompatibleNoNoNo
Warranty5 Years5 Years5 Years

Viessmann Regular Boiler Prices

Viessmann Boiler ModelWarrantyTypical Price
Vitodens 100-W Compact 13kW Regular Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£962
Vitodens 100-W Compact 16kW Regular Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£990
Vitodens 100-W Compact 19kW Regular Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£1,008
Vitodens 100-W Compact 26kW Regular Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£1,074
Vitodens 100-W Compact 35kW Regular Gas BoilerUp to 10 years£1,536

Viessmann System Boilers Prices

System boilers store hot water in a cylinder to store hot water so that it’s available for when you need it. In contrast, a combi boiler heats water on demand for immediate use. So, in a property where space is at a premium, it can be a struggle to fit in not only the boiler itself but also the storage cylinder.

If you’re not sure whether it’s a system or combi boiler that you need, then that’s the time to sit down and consider just how much hot water you need at the same time. If you have one bathroom and up to around three bedrooms, then a combi will probably meet your needs.

If, however, you have a large home with more than one bathroom, or you need to be able to get hot water from several outlets all at the same time, then a system boiler is likely to be able to meet your needs much more effectively, and efficiently.

Downsides other than the need for additional space include remembering that there is a set amount of hot water available. Once you’re used all the stored hot water, then you’ll need to wait until it’s heated up again. Now that usually takes around 40 minutes which isn’t too long, but it could cause problems if you’re last in the bathroom and there’s no hot water left!

Vitodens 100-W System Price

Updated in 2021, the Vitodens 100-W is a future proof boiler. That’s because Viessmann is currently developing and testing gas boilers and fuel cells for operation with 100 per cent hydrogen. And the Vitodens 100-W boiler is now hydrogen ready.

If you’re wondering why hydrogen? Well, it produces hardly any emissions when it’s used as a fuel. It’s also available in huge quantities, and it can then be produced in a sustainable way. So hydrogen could be the key to achieving the 2050 EU goal of reducing CO2 emissions right down to zero.

If tech is your thing, then this could be another reason as to why the 100-W might be an excellent fit for your home.  The WIFI interface connects the heating system directly to the internet without the need for any 3rd party control system. All that’s needed is the ViCare Thermostat.

But that doesn’t mean if you don’t want or need WIFI functionality that you’ve been left out. That’s because the Vitodens 100-W can also be controlled by the latest LCD touchscreen. This display on the boilers control panel provides seven different pieces of information so that you can see at a glance the settings in place and of any potential issues.

Viessmann Vitodens 200-W System

The 200-W system boiler gets all of the core features of the 200-W combi version. This includes the Lambda Pro Control Plus, which is the combustion controller within the boiler.

This then allows the boiler to automatically adjust to the type of gas being used, whether that’s natural gas, LPG or even biogas. As a result, the 200-W achieves a consistently high level of energy efficiency.  That then means lower energy bills and maintenance costs while also reducing the environmental impact.  

No one wants to have to constantly monitor their boiler for early signs of problems. But, when the ViCare app has been installed, then a Viessmann trained installer will automatically be notified of an issue, and they’ll have all the information they need to know what’s happening with your boiler.

Then, all they need to do is get in touch to arrange a time to come out and get everything working correctly for you once again.

Viessmann Vitodens 200-w System Boiler SpecificationViessmann Vitodens 200-w 32kWViessmann Vitodens 200-w 19kWViessmann Vitodens 200-w 11kW
ERP RatingA ratedA ratedA rated
Boiler TypeSystemSystemSystem
External or InternalInternalInternalInternal
Heat Output32 kW19 kW11 kW
Fuel TypeGasGasGas
Solar CompatibleYesYesYes
WarrantyUpto 7 YearsUpto 7 YearsUpto 7 Years

Viessmann System Boiler Prices

Viessmann Boiler ModelWarrantyTypical Price
Vitodens 100-W 11 kW System Gas BoilerUp to 12 years£1,116
Vitodens 100-W 19 kW System Gas BoilerUp to 12 years£1,205
Vitodens 100-W 26 kW System Gas BoilerUp to 12 years£1,248
Vitodens 100-W 32 kW System Gas BoilerUp to 12 years£1,346
Vitodens 200-W 11kW System BoilerUp to 10 years£1,418
Vitodens 200-W 19kW System BoilerUp to 10 years£1,542
Vitodens 200-W 25kW System BoilerUp to 10 years£1,677
Vitodens 200-W 32kW System BoilerUp to 10 years£1,807

Viessmann Boilers Review

The Viessmann Group is one of the best-known international manufacturers of heating and cooling systems. Founded back in 1917, this is a family business supported by over 12,000 employees. Viessmann achieves an impressive 3-billion-euro annual turnover which provides strong support for their popularity.

Viessmann has production companies in 12 different countries, distribution in 74 countries and sales offices in over 120 countries, making this is a truly worldwide organisation. The Viessmann UK headquarters is based in Telford from where they offer sales, customer service and technical advice.

Innovation and Viessmann go hand in hand. You only have to look at their 50-million-euro research and development centre, known as “Technikum”, to see just how committed they are to being at the forefront for innovative heating solutions. And it’s not only Viessmann who think highly of their product range.

The consumer charity Which? consistently awards the Viessmann Vitoden range of boilers their coveted Best buy status. Meanwhile verified purchasers have also added their endorsement through Trustpilot reviews where the company is currently achieving 4.6/5 which is classified as ‘excellent’.

Viessmann Boiler Warranties

The length of the Viessmann warranty depends on the boiler installed and who installed it. That’s because if the installer has been trained through the Viessmann academy then you could be eligible for a warranty upgrade.

Over and above the standard free warranty, you’ll also have the option to extend the cover by up to seven more years, following the payment of a surcharge.

There are some terms and conditions related to the Viessmann boiler warranty which are essential to follow to ensure that you maintain your cover.

These include the boiler installation being registered with Viessmann within thirty days of the boiler being fitted. T

hen you also need to ensure that you have the Viessman boiler serviced annually either by a Viessmann Trained Installer or another Gas Safe registered company. You also need to make sure that the Viessmann boiler service is recorded in the service log book.

Viessmann boiler problems

Viessmann boilers are regarded as some of the most reliable boilers available which is backed up by the aforementioned long warranties available. Hoever, from time to time or as Viessmann boiler get older, faults can occur and this is where error codes may start to be displayed. Here are some of the more common erros you can find:


Which is the best combi boiler?

If you are looking for the best combi boiler then you are in the right place as the best combi boiler to buy right now is the Viessmann Vitodens 050-w combi boiler. This combi boiler is super compact, comes with a stainless steel heat exchanger, built in wifi, is hydrogen ready and is a fantastic price. This makes it super reliable and fantastic value for money!

Where can I get boiler quotes?

If you are looking for Viessmann boiler quotes, then you can get them online now with one of our recommended boiler installation companies. They offer the brilliant Vitodens 050 as well as the Vitodens 100 and 111-w. You can then compare with other companies to get the best prices.

How much does a boiler cost with installation?

When getting a new boiler many people will want to know how much boiler installation costs as usually it is the largest expense. The average boiler installation cost in the UK is around £2,200 for a 30kw combi boiler swap. If you want to convert your boiler or replace a back boiler, expect boiler costs over £3,000.

Viessmann Boilers Summary

We think so! Viessmann’s range of boilers means that whatever your needs, there’s a heating system to meet it. We love the company’s commitment to future-proofing its range and being one step ahead of any new governmental regulations. This means that you can get your new boiler installed and know that you can pick a model which is already compatible with new technologies such as hydrogen.

Then, as you’ve seen, the pricing is highly competitive, and when that’s combined with some industry-leading warranties, then it’s difficult to come up with a reason as to why you wouldn’t entrust your heating needs with Viessmann.

For a quote that includes all the installation costs simply enter your heating requirements into our calculator. We’ll then instantly provide details of boilers that meet your needs along with a fixed price quote from Easy Boilers. It couldn’t be easier!

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