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Johnson & Starley Boiler Guide

By Matthew Knight

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Thinking of buying a Johnson & Starley boiler? Find out how reliable Johnson & Starley boilers are and what trusted boiler engineers make of the brand.

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The Johnson & Starley boiler brand was founded in 1922 and is based in the Midlands. It's most well known for its warm-air heaters, but it also produce a range of gas-condensing boilers for wet radiator systems.

Johnson & Starley's QuanTec range covers combi boilers, system boilers and regular boilers in a range of sizes suitable for any size of home. You can find more information about the individual products in this range in our Johnson & Starley boiler reviews.

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How good are Johnson & Starley boilers
Brand data for Johnson & Starley boilers

Overall score

Customer score
Engineer recommendation
Build quality
Availability of parts and spares
Ease of fixing a common fault
Ease of servicing

Table notes
The reliability and customer score are based on responses from a May 2018 survey of 11,571 Which? members about their boilers. 
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 May 2018 survey of 166 Which? Trusted Traders heating engineers.


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How much do Johnson & Starley boilers cost?

Johnson & Starley boilers can cost anywhere between £700 and £1,200, depending on their size and type.

Johnson & Starley boilers installation

Expect to pay up to £1,500 for a new boiler in a new position. See our guide to the cost of installing a boiler for more guidance on the cost of installing a boiler.

Johnson & Starley servicing and warranties

Johnson & Starley boilers come with a five-year warranty. 

Johnson & Starley warranties

01604 762881

Johnson & Starley also offer a free five-year parts and labour guarantee products. 

Boiler parts and repairs

Johnson & Starley parts are provided by a network of independent stockists. Contact Johnson & Starley to find one in your local area. 

Johnson & Starley contact details

Write to Johnson & Starley at: 

Johnson & Starley Ltd

Rhosili Road

Brackmills Ind Est



Or visit its website at johnsonandstarley.co.uk

Johnson & Starley general enquiries

01604 762881