The Costs And Savings Of Having A New Boiler
June 9, 2015
If you’re in the market for a new boiler, whether through necessity because your old boiler has broken or through choice because you want to upgrade to a newer and more efficient model, it’s pretty much a certainty it’s going to be fairly expensive. Getting a new boiler doesn’t have…
How Do Combination Heating Systems Work?
December 19, 2014
There are various different types of central heating systems available. Whether conventional, combination or heat only, heating systems typically work to heat properties by pumping hot water around the house and through radiators, as well as providing hot water to taps.
How Does an Open Vent / Conventional Heating System Work?
December 4, 2014
Put in the simplest of terms, a central heating system works using water heated by a boiler, which is then pumped around a property through a series of pipes, valves and radiators to provide heat to the home. There are various types of central heating system which work in differing ways. Here we provide…
Don’t Get Caught Out – Deal With Central Heating Problems As Soon As They Occur
November 21, 2014
There’s no two ways about it, this is an expensive time of year. With Christmas presents to buy, holidays to book for next year, and food and fuel bills seeming to go up every month, it’s not surprising many people put their property maintenance to the bottom of the priority list. This isn’t always…
Improve Your Home Insulation By Lagging Pipework
November 7, 2014
Lagging is thermal insulation for pipework and hot water tanks which is designed to prevent it losing heat, thereby saving money and energy. It’s essential if you are in an area where temperatures drop to below freezing, particularly for outside pipework, such as in sheds or garages. Lagging pipework…