Established in the 1960’s, Worcester was acquired by the Bosch Group in 1992. The company decided to launch Environment 2000, an award-scheme to congratulate environment-friendly installations.
In 2003, the company opened a new training centre in Worcester and was awarded in 2008 the regional and national training centre of the year.
Worcester-Bosch group, conscious about its impact on the environment, decided to implement a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy in the following areas: environment, workplace, community and the way they are doing business.
Worcester is established as a major actor in the UK heating systems market. If you are interested in getting a heating system from them or a brand of a similar quality, GreenMatch can help you. We have a wide network of qualified heating engineers across the UK, meaning we can quickly connect you with up to 3 reliable heating engineers available near you.
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All the gas boilers provided by Worcester benefit from a 5 years warranty, and were rewarded by the ‘Which? Best Buy’. The CDi range of products benefits from the energy saving trust label and the ErP European label rated A on all Worcester products, which means that the product achieves 90% seasonal efficiency. When a sun-symbol is written, it means that the boiler is compatible with Greenskies solar panel.
Worcester oil boilers are considered as providing the best efficiency for its customers as it is rated with an A according to the SEDBUK rating. It provides households with instant hot water and has a wide range of control options available on its product range control panels.
This family company was launched in 1731 in Germany and can be considered as one of the oldest in the heating sector. But it is in 1825 that Buderus started developing new heating technologies. Nowadays, Buderus is part of the Bosch Group, as is Worcester for example. While Buderus is focused on providing heating solutions for non-domestic purposes, Bosch, on the contrary, is specialised in the domestic sector.
As Buderus products will be re-branded as Bosch ones, check those ones from now on if you need some information regarding commercial and industrial heating technology.
If on the contrary, you need information regarding domestic appliances, check the information on the Worcester-Bosch page.
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