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  1. Understanding Smart Controls & Reducing Carbon Emission

    Understanding Smart Controls & Reducing Carbon Emission
    Why is the Nest Thermostat E 3rd Generation and other Smart Control Thermostats so much better for the environment and the fight against carbon? As we’ve discussed previously on Mr Central Heating, the government has set some pretty ambitious decarbonisation targets to hit in the next few years. Because of this, we should all be more aware of our carbon...
  2. How much does it cost to install central heating?

    How much does it cost to install central heating?
    One of the most common questions that people ask is how much it costs to install central heating in a home. This is one question that doesn’t have a very straight forward answer. The cost of a central heating system is dependent on many different factors, with each individual factor influencing the cost, sometimes significantly. Firstly, the most important question...
  3. Google Nest Hub, Control Your Smart Home From One Device.

    Google Nest Hub, Control Your Smart Home From One Device.
    To celebrate The Google Nest Hub being £40 off on Mr Central Heating at the moment we thought we’d tell you a little bit about it. It’s the bigger brother of Google’s other smart devices such as Google Assistant and the Google Home Mini (available for free now with any purchase of Baxi 600 series boiler). However, it does much...
  4. ADEY welcomes British Standard for system care beyond just boiler protection

    ADEY welcomes British Standard for system care beyond just boiler protection
    Recent news will help with the maintenance of heating and cooling water systems, making usage of hot water and boilers more effective for many in the UK.  The revised standard for the preparation, commissioning and maintenance of domestic heating and cooling water systems came into effect on 31 May 2019, with BS 7593:2019 applicable to both closed loop heating and...
  5. Want an award winner in your home?

    Want an award winner in your home?
    One of our favourite products, the Nest Thermostat E has won best in its category at the T3 awards. The judges have called it a ‘brilliant mix of top, easy to use tech, and excellent value for money.’ The Nest Thermostat E is a great way to start your journey into having a smart home. Nest was one of the...
  6. The best way to move the boiler in your home.

    The best way to move the boiler in your home.
    What is the best way to move the boiler in your home? What is the best way to move the boiler in your home? Whether a combi boiler or a conventional boiler, there is nothing more complicated than a boiler move in your own home and something that needs real thought. You will also need a professional plumber or heating...
  7. How does hard water affect my central heating system - and my boiler?

    How does hard water affect my central heating system - and my boiler?
    Few plumbing conditions will have greater negative impact on your boiler and central heating system than what we call hard water, and most of England (particularly London and the South-East) has very hard water rather than soft water, though there are no discernable health risks to those of us who use it as drinking water. The progress of hard water...
  8. How To Run Home Heating Efficiently

    How To Run Home Heating Efficiently
    Energy consumption for heating and hot water requires more attention in the winter months and we have some tips to help maximize your home heating system’s efficiency. To start, you’ll want to both cut heating waste and optimise the performance of your boiler. First tip: If your boiler is more than 10 years old it’s time to replace it and...
  9. What temperature should my radiator be set at?

    What temperature should my radiator be set at?
    When it comes to setting the temperature of your radiators and central heating system, determining the correct level is a little subjective since some individuals feel the cold more than others. However, there are some guidelines as to what temperature you should aim for with your radiators in your home. Whilst some people prefer to have the home cooler than...

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