Friday, 15 January 2010
THE RETURN OF AN OLD FLAME
An old flame is making a welcome return to heat residential living spaces.
A hit amongst home owners in the 1960s, the Baxi Bermuda Back Boiler Unit (BBU) was a reliable and practical boiler that sat directly behind an existing fireplace. It proved so popular at the time that around 80% of all back boilers installed were Baxi.
Today, the new and improved Baxi Bermuda BBU HE has been developed with energy efficiency and ease of installation at the forefront of its design. Replacing an existing unit is a straight forward process. One of the main advantages is that the existing pipe work can be used so that an entire system, including a new Valor Dimension™ electric fire, can be replaced in a single day. This results in minimal disruption, no costly redecoration fees and space is not lost elsewhere in the home.
Recent demand for the unit has been fuelled further by the Government’s recent announcement to launch a boiler scrappage scheme. Offering a £400 incentive to scrap old SEDBUK Band-G rate boilers, over 125,000 households will benefit from newer, more efficient models that could save the householder up to £235 per year on their fuel bills as well as saving 1.2 tonnes of CO2 per year.
As the only A-rated appliance on the market suitable for use as a direct replacement, the Baxi Bermuda BBU lowers fuel bills and considerably reduces a home’s carbon footprint. The unit also serves to strengthen Baxi’s tradition of back boiler expertise.
For more information visit www.baxibermuda.com, www.baxi.co.uk/scrappage or call 0844 871 1525.
Released on behalf of Baxi Group by Connect PR. For further information contact Lee Southen on 01902 714957 or email email@example.com.