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Johnson & Starley introduces 5-year guarantee

Johnson & Starley is now offering a free five-year parts and labour guarantee on its QuanTec HR28C combi boiler with integral passive flue gas heat recovery.

Quantec with 5-year guarantee

The QuanTec HR28C has been hugely popular thanks to its ultra-high efficiency, reliability and ease of installation, as well as it being the only boiler on the market that includes passive flue gas heat recovery within a standard-sized boiler cabinet. There is no ugly “add on” or extended height to the boiler, making new installations and replacements much easier and simpler.

As an added bonus, when installing a Johnson & Starley QuanTec HR28C and any one of the three Aquair Heat Interface Units as a package, both units are eligible for the five-year guarantee – a very attractive offering for the consumer.

Managing director Chris Yates Managing said: “Our longer guaranties are testament to the reliability and efficiency of the QuanTec HR28C. Extending it from two to five years enables us to offer our installers and their customers added reassurance by showing that we take the upmost care to ensure reliability in our products.”

To take advantage of the extended guarantee, it is important to register the QuanTec HR28C and Aquair within 30 days of installation to ensure it is fully protected. Products can be registered by post, telephone or at

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