Ariston Boilers Prices range between £640 and £1,410, excluding the cost of installation.
Ariston is known for providing people around the globe with efficient and high-quality boilers through innovative Italian design. The brand says that it’s the ‘global expert’ in water heating and heating products and has been trusted by millions for over 50 years. Ariston actually belongs to the Ariston Thermo Group, which has been described as a global leader in water heating, thermic comfort and energy efficiency.
Ariston Combi Boiler Range – Quiet & Compact
Renowned for being top performing appliances, Ariston combi boilers are robust and easy to use, not to mention space-saving solutions because they don’t need extra space for tanks or a cylinder. In addition to providing heating and hot water on demand, the high-efficiency combi boilers from Ariston help to cut energy bills and reduce carbon emissions as well. These combi boilers are also extremely quiet when in use, and one of the Ariston combi boiler options – the Clas HE Evo Combi – has even been recommended by Good Housekeeping readers. On top of all of that, Ariston combi boilers are reasonably priced and range from £640 to £1,410.
The super-quiet Ariston combi boiler range includes the following options:
|COMBI GAS BOILER SERIES||SIZES||SIZE OF HOME||PRICE|
|Ariston Clas Net One Combi||24 – 38kW||Small, medium and large-sized homes with one bathroom||£1,315 – £1,570|
|Ariston Clas HE Evo Combi||24 – 38kW||Small, medium and large-sized homes with one bathroom||£640 -£1,300|
|Ariston Alteas ONE Net Combi||30 – 35kW||Small, medium and large-sized homes with one bathroom||£1,100 – £1,350|
|Ariston Genus ONE Net Combi||30 – 35kW||Small, medium and large-sized homes with one bathroom||£1,050 – £2,100|
Ariston System Boilers Range – Great for Households with Higher Demands
Ariston system boilers are perfect for larger homes with higher demands and properties that tend to use large quantities of water. Whilst these boilers have their heating components built into the boiler itself, they do require an additional cylinder to store hot water but they don’t need any loft tanks. Highly energy efficient straight out of the box, Ariston system boilers are user-friendly appliances that can be made even better with a range of optional wired and wireless controls. In terms of prices, there is the E-System One that starts at around £740, as well as the Clas System One that starts at £775.
All Ariston system boilers have an A rating for efficiency and come with an LPG conversion kit. Options include:
|SYSTEM GAS BOILER SERIES||SIZES||SIZE OF HOME||PRICE|
|Ariston E-System One||24 – 30kW||Small, medium and large homes with more than one bathroom||£740 – £795|
|Ariston Clas System One||18 – 30kW||Small, medium and large homes with more than one bathroom||£775 – £1,125|
Ariston Regular Boilers Range – Energy Saving Trust Recommended
Often called heat-only or conventional boilers, Ariston regular boilers are only really suitable for homes that already have separate tanks and a cylinder. These boilers are also ideal for households that tend to use a lot of hot water at once, making them a great option for properties that have more than just the one bathroom. What’s more, Ariston regular boilers feature advanced technology to help you achieve greater energy savings and lower energy bills. The brand currently has just one regular boiler in its range, but it does come with a generous 5-year warranty and has a sensible price tag of just £640.
Available in one output of 24kW, Ariston regular boiler options are as follows:
|REGULAR GAS BOILER SERIES||SIZES||SIZE OF HOME||PRICE|
|Ariston Clas HE Regular||24kW||Small to medium homes with multiple bathrooms||£640|
Why Choose Ariston?
Ariston sells its products in more than 150 countries and is a brand that has been trusted by millions of homeowners around the world for over five decades. Valued and respected by heating industry experts, the team behind the scenes is dedicated to constantly redesigning and upgrading Ariston’s products to make installation and maintenance simpler and more efficient. Offering an impressive range of combi, system and regular boilers, Ariston makes boilers that guarantee maximum comfort and are suitable for just about any kind of home.
Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended
Although not all the boilers in the range can boast this, the Ariston Class HE Evo Combi achieved the accolade of Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended status in 2017. The survey conducted revealed that 90% of people were happy with their boiler’s performance and 84% rated their boiler as either excellent or very good.
Great Ariston Boiler Warranty
Ariston boilers are usually backed by a fantastic lengthy warranty of either 5, 8 or 12 years. This is quite generous when you compare the warranty given by certain other manufacturers, especially when you take into account the reasonable price of Ariston boilers. The only boiler in the range with a less impressive 2-year warranty is the E-System One.
The overall Which? brand score for Ariston boilers is 64%, which is just above average and better than some other well-known boiler manufacturers. Ariston scored top marks for reliability and an impressive four stars for customer score, but a bleak two stars for engineer recommendation, build quality, availability of spare parts and ease of fixing a common fault.
Below, you can find the brand data results for Ariston gas boilers, which we sourced from the Which? website.
Ariston Overall Score
Reliability and customer score are based on responses from a May 2017 survey of 11,571 Which? members and all other ratings are based on responses to a May 2018 survey of 166 Which? Trusted Traders heating engineers.
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Ariston Boiler Range
Feel free to use our table below to compare Ariston boiler models, efficiency ratings, typical prices and more.
|MODEL||TYPE||DIMENSIONS||MAX FLOW RATE||OUTPUT||EFFICIENCY RATING||TYPICAL PRICE|
|Clas Net One 24||Combi||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 385 mm||10.4||24 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,315|
|Clas Net One 30||Combi||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 385 mm||12.5||30 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,410|
|Clas Net One 38||Combi||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 385 mm||15.5||38 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,570|
|Clas HE Evo 24||Combi||H – 595 mm W – 400 mm D – 295 mm||10.3||24 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£640|
|Clas HE Evo 30||Combi||H – 810 mm W – 490 mm D – 420 mm||12.9||30 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£660|
|Clas HE Evo 38||Combi||H – 810 mm W – 490 mm D – 420 mm||15.6||38kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,300|
|E-System One 24||System||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 331 mm||N/A||24 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£740|
|E-System One 30||System||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 331 mm||N/A||30 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£795|
|Clas System One 18||System||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 331 mm||N/A||18 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£775|
|Clas System One 24||System||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 331 mm||N/A||24 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,000|
|Clas System One 30||System||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 401 mm||N/A||30 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,125|
|Clas HE Regular 24||Regular||H – 595 mm W – 400 mm D – 295 mm||N/A||24 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£640|
|Alteas ONE Net Combi||Combi||H – 785 mm W – 400 mm D – 385 mm||14.1||35 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,100|
|Genus ONE Net Combi||Combi||H – 745 mm W – 400 mm D – 315 mm||14.1||35 kW||A 90% AND ABOVE||£1,050|
Ariston Boiler Problems and Repairs
Ariston boilers are no different from any other boiler brand in that they can develop faults and even break down. However, there are some common problems that heating engineers encounter with Ariston boilers, such as ignition failure faults, lack of circulation and low water pressure issues. If you own an Ariston boiler or want to find out the most frequent problems that can occur with them, check out our guide to the most Common Ariston Boiler Problems and Repairs and how to fix them.
Ariston Boiler Fault Codes
If an Ariston boiler develops a fault, the display panel on the boiler usually shows an error code to tell you that something isn’t right. The fault codes that appear on Ariston boilers consist of either three numbers or a combination of a letter and two numbers, and each code relates to a specific problem. You can find the error codes that apply to your Ariston combi, system or regular boiler in your user manual or by viewing our guide to Ariston Boiler Fault Codes.
Ariston Boiler Warranty
All newly installed Ariston boilers come with a manufacturer warranty, ranging from 2 to 12 years, depending on the model you choose. But you must do several things to maintain the boiler warranty, such as comply with the terms and conditions and get a Gas Safe registered engineer to carry out the installation. You may even be able to extend the warranty once your product guarantee expires. If you want to know what the warranty covers, details about the terms and conditions, and how to register your boiler, you can read our Ariston Boiler Warranty guide.
Ariston Boiler Controls
Ariston offers a range of optional boiler controls that allow you to manage your comfort and optimise your energy consumption. With some Ariston boiler controls, you can even manage your boiler directly from your smartphone, depending on the boiler model you choose to have installed. You can learn more about the optional boiler controls available from Ariston, how they work and the advantages of using them by checking out our helpful guide to Ariston Boiler Controls.
Ariston Boiler Quotes
As always, we recommend you get a quote from local and national boiler installers to enable you to compare prices for the cost of a new boiler and the installation. Average installation costs are between £1,500 and £1,800, and comparing quotes could save you hundreds of pounds.
Another factor to consider is the engineer’s safety record. Today, all gas boilers must be installed by Gas Safe registered engineers to ensure all boiler installations in the UK are carried out safely and legally.Get a Free Ariston Boiler Quote