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  1. 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...
  2. Is it efficient to leave heating running?

    Is it efficient to leave heating running?
    We are regularly asked if it is ok to just leave heating running all the time. Will my boiler run all the time if i do leave heating running permanently? The way we heat our houses is changing to reflect the way we live today. This is highlighted by the change in attitude towards baths and showers, with the majority...
  3. Connecting home controls and heating with Google and Nest

    Connecting home controls and heating with Google and Nest
    Digital technology is available everywhere and it’s ready to help monitor and manage security and resource consumption in your home. Nest has some of the easiest to install and most user-friendly products. Online videos such as this, explain and demonstrate everything you need to know from opening the box to activating the product without damaging existing structures - i.e. your...
  4. How does a thermostat work in your home?

    How does a thermostat work in your home?
    For many people the thermostat in their house is a device that is set to one temperature and is rarely touched again, once a comfortable room temperature setting has been found that suits all the occupants of the home. However, because a thermostat is a relatively simple device that once set doesn’t necessarily need to be altered that often, it...
  5. 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...
  6. Nest vs Honeywell

    Nest vs Honeywell
    Nest faces off against Honeywell,  who wins. If you are looking to update your controls this autumn then you really need to be buying the new Nest Learning Thermostat 3rd Generation. Why you may ask? I have have a Honeywell at present and it has been pretty reliable over the years. Honeywell Programmer Yes Honeywell controls have been a good...
  7. Central Heating Parts - A Guide

    Central Heating Parts - A Guide
    Central heating parts can be like a foreign language. Following up from our previous guide to radiator valves, here we can find out more about Radiator parts It’s the little things . . . Few people would argue against an assertion that central heating for the home is one of the greatest developments of the last century. Maintenance and convenience...

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