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  1. World Water Day 2021

    World Water Day 2021
    World Water Day 2021 Today is World Water Day. It has been celebrated by the UN (United Nations) on the 22nd of March since 1993. It raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people who are living without access to safe, fresh water. This years theme value.  It looks at what water means to different people and its true value as...
  2. Reduce your Limescale Build-up and Co2 Emissions - HomeScale Protect

    Reduce your Limescale Build-up and Co2 Emissions - HomeScale Protect
    Reduce your Limescale, Reduce your CO2 Emissions If you live in a hard water area, you are probably aware of the damage that limescale can do to your appliances and pipework. However, you might be unaware that hard water is the cause of 8.24 million tonnes of carbon dioxide being released into the atmosphere every year. Read about how you...
  3. Lowering Your Home Heating by 1 Degree

    Lowering Your Home Heating by 1 Degree
    Can one degree really make that much of a difference?   In the past couple of weeks, many of us have reluctantly started turning our heating on for the autumn and winter season. With the prospect of many of us spending more time than at home than we usually would, could one degree warmer be costing you more than you...
  4. Recycle Your Old Boiler Responsibly - Introducing the BoilerBox

    Recycle Your Old Boiler Responsibly - Introducing the BoilerBox
    Recycle your old boiler responsibly. Do you ever think about where your old boiler waste is ending up? In 2018/2019 there were over a million cases of fly tipping in the U.K. costing councils in England an estimated £12.9 million pounds in clear up and enforcement fees. A third of all incidents reported were  ‘small van load’ of rubbish. Perhaps...
  5. What is the Difference Between Water Conditioners and Water Softeners

    What is the Difference Between Water Conditioners and Water Softeners
    What is the Difference Between Water Conditioners and Water Softeners. Suffering from limscale build up? Hard water can be a big problem in the UK for many households. Limescale is one of the biggest issue associated with it. If you live in a hard water area, like 60% of the U.K., you would have noticed that limescale leaves behind a...
  6. How Much Does it Cost to Install Central Heating?

    How Much Does it Cost to Install Central Heating?
    How much does it cost to install central heating? How much does it cost to install central heating, is probably one of the most common questions we get asked. Unfortunately there is not one simple answer. As you may know, the cost of a central heating system is dependent on many different factors and can alter the price significantly. Firstly...
  7. Is it Efficient to Leave Your Central Heating On all the Time?

    Is it Efficient to Leave Your Central Heating On all the Time?
    Is it efficient to leave your central heating on?   Here at Mr Central heating, we regularly get asked if it is efficient to leave your central heating on all the time. We often get questions such as:   Will my boiler run all the time if I leave heating running permanently? Will it cost me more money to leave...
  8. How to Protect and Maintain Your Radiators

    How to Protect and Maintain Your Radiators
    Ever considered the need to protect and maintain your radiators? Whether you are aware or not, it is essential that you know how to protect and maintain your radiators. Radiators are often left unused for long periods of time (the summer). However, they are an investment are essential to heat your home so you would expect them to perform well...
  9. 6 Central Heating Myths That We’re Here to Bust!

    6 Central Heating Myths That We’re Here to Bust!
    6 Central Heating Myths That We’re Here to Bust! You may have heard a few myths around central heating such as:           Combination boilers do not work well in bigger house.           I’m cold so I need bigger/new radiators           If a boiler is expensive, its automatically better.           My central heating system is new, I don’t need to protect...

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