This section shows how our products have been used to fulfil Social Housing requirements, providing easy to install options that give great benefits to the homeowner.
At Baxi, we have a strong reputation with social housing providers and are committed to providing high-quality technical support and dedicated contract management for all your social housing projects.
Our technical sales team is dedicated to providing specifiers and contractors in the social housing arena with unparalleled knowledge across our whole portfolio, ensuring the most appropriate solution for your heating and hot water requirements.
To discuss your requirements with our social housing team, please call 0844 871 1555 or email email@example.com
Renewables heating system delivers savings
Tony and Tracey Cossington have become Sovereign Housing Association's first residents to have a Baxi Bioflo heating system installed in their home, and are finding it is delivering great results. The couple volunteered to try a biomass solution to tackle Tracey's health problems and to use a more environmentally-friendly heating system.
BDR Thermea provides back boiler solution to Chester & District Housing Trust
Chester & District Housing Trust (CDHT), is trialling the Baxi Bermuda BBU HE as part of a programme to update its housing stock to meet Decent Homes standards and to help combat fuel poverty for the occupants.
BDR Thermea solution delivers for Selwood Housing
Selwood Housing achieved Level 3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes at their latest development in Melksham, Wiltshire, by installing a comprehensive heating and hot water solution from BDR Thermea.
Decent Homes for Stevenage Homes
As part of the Decent Homes programme, BDR Thermea has teamed up with national heating and property maintenance contractor PH Jones to supply and install new high efficiency heating solutions to 7,500 dwellings belonging to Stevenage Homes in Hertfordshire - bringing significant benefits to residents.
Baxi Bermuda in fuel poverty fight
A pensioner couple from Sunderland, Tyne and Wear saved a massive 34.8% on their first winter gas bill and are looking forward to continued savings, thanks to funding from north-east based Eaga plc and BDR Thermea.