Potterton Assure Combi review
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The Potterton Assure Combi boiler was designed specifically with social housing and new-build properties in mind. It comes in a range of heat outputs suitable for small to medium homes and Potterton says it’s a doddle to service. We put this to the test in our expert heating engineers survey, and we can also tell you how reliable Potterton is in our detailed review.
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- What type of home is this boiler suitable for?
- Will this boiler produce enough hot water for my home?
- How efficient is this boiler?
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