Boiler Efficiency Ratings

Compare new boilers and assess whether your current boiler would be better off being replaced

Our boiler efficiency tables provided by SEDBUK (the seasonal efficiency of domestic boilers in the UK) provide a guide of how effective your boiler is at turning fuel into heat.

You can check your boilers rating by selecting it’s make and model below. Ratings are based on the SEDBUK Rating which is an indicator of its efficiency when used within an average domestic household, it’s a great benchmark for comparing new boilers and also assessing whether your current boiler would be better off being replaced due to low efficiencies.

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Johnson and Starley

Reno HE37C Efficiency

SAP seasonal efficiency


Rating band

Band A


ManufacturerJohnson and Starley Boilers
ModelReno HE37C
Fuel TypeGas
Flue TypeRoom-Sealed
FanFan Assisted
Output (kW)30.0 - 30.0
Boiler ID4141602
Manufactured From/To2005 - current


The Johnson and Starley Reno HE37C is an 'A' rated boiler which has an excellent efficiency of 90.0%.

The Reno HE37C is a Condensing Combi boiler with a maximum power output of 30.0kw that uses Gas as its fuel source.

As this boiler is 'A' rated it will provide efficient heating and subsequently reduce fuel bills and carbon dioxide emissions.


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