Updated March 2021
As an independent boiler installation company, we only ever recommend boilers based on our stringent standards and their suitability for our customers’ specific needs. To do this, we regularly review the ranges available from boiler manufacturers, the technology they are utilising and the level of service they provide to customers.
In this guide, our team, comprising heating engineers with over 40 years of experience, take a look at the Baxi boiler range compared to the Viessmann boiler range.
Over the years, we have installed both Baxi and Viessmann boilers and it is in our best interest to be factual as the installer, it is our responsibility to ensure that they’re running smoothly and that there are no complaints whatsoever.
We appreciate that on the surface, these boilers may all look the same but there can be major differences beneath.
To give an accurate comparison of the two manufacturers, we have compared Baxi and Viessmann using the following criteria:
- Product range
- Quality of components
- Customer service
- Market share
It should be noted that as more of an affordable boiler brand, Baxi does offer ranges such as the 200 and 400 series, for which Viessmann do not offer an equivalent product. However, we believe that Baxi’s 600 and 800 ranges are comparable to Viessmann’s 050-W and 100-W ranges.