As the UK moves towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 and an ever-growing demand for housing, Baxi has today launched a suite of products and services for heating and hot water systems – Baxi Assure.
This new comprehensive residential specification range of products and services has come from carefully listening to developers, specifiers, contractors and homeowners. They wanted products that are reliable and energy-efficient to meet the growing demands of an ever-changing housing landscape, and a manufacturer who is easy to deal with and whom they can trust – today and tomorrow.
The Baxi Assure product range offers the reliable and popular Assure boilers (formerly Potterton), energy-efficient hot water Assure cylinders, designed by the experts at Heatrae Sadia and Megaflo, and a range of low-carbon air source heat pumps; SAP energy booster accessories such as FGHR; and smart, easy-to-use comfort controls.
This complete home service is backed up by Baxi’s award-winning customer service including Baxi Design – to help achieve optimum performance and efficiencies; bespoke product training at centres across the UK; Project Hub to manage project product registrations and technical support and advice from installation to legislation. Furthermore, a dedicated team of Specification Managers provides one point of contact for all your hot water and heating system requirements.
Speaking about the launch, Specification Director, Tom Murray comments: “With over 150 years’ manufacturing experience behind Baxi Assure, part of the Baxi Heating group, we are passionate about investing in and delivering innovative, energy-efficient heating solutions and award-winning customer support for our customers.”
Tom, adds: “We are also committed to developing products which use the latest low-carbon technologies to support the UK’s transition to net-zero and are dedicated to supporting developers on this journey.”
For more information about Baxi Assure please visit www.baxi.co.uk/assure and follow Baxi Assure on social media linkedin/baxiuk