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Where does your heat leak during the winter? How can you select the right heating system? With winter being the most expensive time for heating, find out how you can reduce your heating costs. For example, is your boiler among the 95% of 800,000 of home units that have no manual or programmable controls? This guide aims to provide up-to-date information and practical tips to help you reduce your winter heating costs. Read our guide to reducing winter heating costs.
How much heat do you need, how can you improve your insulation, what is a boiler efficiency rating. Get answers to this and more via our guide to home heating. It provides home heating tips and information about energy grants along with how you can get the most value from your heating. Read more about our essential guide to home heating.
How does one determine their home heating and hot water needs, along with info on how improve it. Find out this and more via our online guide and make the right decision about the type and size of boiler and heating system you need in turn saving significant money over time. Read more about home energy efficiency assessments.
This guide provides household tips, along with practical and useful information to help keep children and seniors safe when using or in contact with hot water sources in the home, preventing injuries involving hot water scalding and burns. Read more about our hot water household safety guide.
This resource discusses renewable heating options as well as energy grants and financial support to help you buy and install an energy efficient home heating system. How can you reduce your carbon footprint and lower your energy bills? find out more with this guide from Mr Central Heating. read more about guide to sustainable low-carbon home heating.
Find out how to reduce your household energy bills, and also in turn help the environment but using less energy and resources with our guide to saving money on your energy bills. Look at our home improvement ideas and tips on how to save energy, water and more.
Hard water can be a problem in the UK for many households with limescale being the biggest issue associated with it. If you live in a hard water area, like 60% of the U.K., you'll notice that...
The coronavirus pandemic has obviously been devastating in the UK. But now we can finally look beyond lockdown and start to get the country working again. To help make it happen, the government and...