Which? Best buy award for 6th consecutive year
- Greenstar gas range wins Which? Best Buy for 6th consecutive year
- Overall rating of 79%, with maximum score in 5 out of 6 categories.
- Award takes into account engineer’s views for first time
- Oil boiler range also highly recommended
Our entire range of Greenstar gas boilers has once again come out on top in the Which? boiler report, having been awarded Which? Best Buy for the 6th year running.
With the peak heating season just around the corner, our gas boilers continue to be among the best in the market, earning an overall score of 79 percent, based on customers scores and engineers views. Our Greenstar range scored 5 stars for reliability, customer satisfaction and build quality as well as achieving the maximum star rating in 5 of the 6 categories.
The annual survey compared 11 brands in total, revealing us to be the most reliable, with our boilers remaining fault free longer than all other manufacturers. The results were calculated from the views of 10,779 owners and for the first time a 110 Which? Trusted Trader heating engineers were surveyed, with responses included only for brands they were not incentivised to install.
A summary of the report noted that our gas appliances offer: “Fantastic build quality and easy to source parts and spares.” It continues, “[with] extremely reliable products across the range… a Worcester, Bosch Group gas boiler is worthy of its Best Buy status.”
Our range of oil boilers were also rated highly, with one Which? Trusted Trader engineer stating: “They have great build quality, good aftersales support and they’re easy to install.”
For more information on our award-winning Greenstar boiler range, click here.
Worcester Bosch have been named as the UK's Best Domestic Boiler Manufacturer by Build Magazine in their 2020 Home and Garden Awards.
Worcester Bosch have been ranked in the top 10 most highly recommended by its consumers in the UK Domestic Applicance brands.
Last year, the UK committed to a target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. A bold target that needs new technology and industry changes across a number of sectors. Steps are already being taken, for example in transport, where electric and hybrid cars are more common and accessible.