Boiler brand guides
Heatline boiler guide
By Matthew Knight
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Heatline says its range of high efficiency combi boilers has been designed to ensure maximum ease of use for the homeowner.
Its latest range of combi boiler is called the Capriz. It's suitable for small to medium sized homes and has a two-year manufacturer warranty as standard. You can read more about Heatline in our Heatline boiler reviews.
More than 8,000 members of the general public take part in our annual boiler brand reliability and customer satisfaction survey, enabling us guide you to the best and worst boiler brands. We also conduct a survey with more than 170 trusted boiler engineers to get their independent views on which boiler brands are the best.
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The reliability and customer score are based on responses from a May and June 2019 survey of 8,458 boiler owners.
Engineer recommendation, build quality, availability of parts and spares, and ease of fixing a common fault and ease of servicing are based on responses to a June 2019 survey of 171 Which? Trusted Traders heating engineers.
How much do Heatline boilers cost?
Heatline gas combi boilers tend to cost around £500, which puts them at the more budget end of the market.
Heatline boilers installation
Expect to pay up to £1,500 for a new boiler installed in a new location. For more information about how much you should expect to pay, see our guide to the cost of installing a boiler.
Heatline servicing and repairs
Heatline claims to have a network of engineers and installers that operate across the UK. You can contact its customer service helpline on the contact details below.
Heatline contact details
You can contact Heatline at the following email address:
or by calling them on
0345 602 0262