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  • ​Frequently asked questions about boilers

    ​Frequently asked questions about boilers
    ​Here are some of the top questions we most often get asked about boilers! From the different types there are, to how often to replace them and how to know how efficient they are.

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  • Should I fit thermostatic radiator valves?

    Should I fit thermostatic radiator valves?
    Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs) are valves that regulate the temperature in a room on a per-radiator basis. A standard system will have one central boiler feeding all the radiators in the house based on the temperature from the single thermostat, which is usually located in the hallway.

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  • What are magnetic filters – and do I need one for my boiler?

    What are magnetic filters – and do I need one for my boiler?
    ​The principle behind magnetic filters is very straightforward, and is about keeping your heating working efficiently. The steel in your radiators will, over time, corrode and combine with the water in the system to form a sludge. Such sludge can accumulate in the radiators which can reduce the free flow of hot water around the system.

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  • Which are the best smart thermostats for your home?

    Which are the best smart thermostats for your home?
    You might wonder why you would ever want a smart thermostat, and assume that it’s just a case of gadget-mania gone mad! But most of the systems enable you to control more efficiently when your home is heated in a way that effortlessly meets your needs, copes with variation in your routine, and thereby saves you money as well.

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  • Six things you should expect from your heating engineer

    Six things you should expect from your heating engineer
    While there are various websites that can help you choose somebody with the right experience and customer care, you may not be so clear about what you should be able to expect from your heating engineer.

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  • How to save money on a new boiler

    How to save money on a new boiler
    If your boiler has been frequently giving problems through the winter just gone, or you’re stuck with a low energy-rated boiler, it may be time to get a new one. But although it’s a significant cost, there are some things you can do to bring that cost down (and one or two things you definitely SHOULDN’T do).

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  • Staying safe with gas

    Staying safe with gas
    This week it’s Gas Safety Week, so in honour of the occasion we thought it would be timely to share with you the advice from the official campaign on how to stay safe with gas.

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  • 7 Things to check before calling a heating engineer

    7 Things to check before calling a heating engineer
    Your boiler isn’t working. You need it fixed, quick! Here are seven things you should probably check for before making the call.

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  • 6 reasons why you should get your boiler serviced right now

    6 reasons why you should get your boiler serviced right now
    ​As Spring hands over to Summer, you’ve definitely reached the time of year when you don’t have to think about turning on the heating at all.

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  • 5 Signs that it’s time to get a new boiler

    5 Signs that it’s time to get a new boiler
    ​It’s natural enough that so long as the boiler keeps working then we’re happy. But deterioration can take place little by little over time, and there comes a point where there are good reasons to ask yourself whether it’s time to get a new boiler.

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