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Are you paying for a full boiler service agreement but not getting what you were promised? You’re are not the only one! A “Which?” investigation went undercover to record engineers from some of the major energy brands in the UK.  Have a look for yourself, the findings are remarkable: READ FULL ‘WHICH’ ARTICLE HERE [Boiler service] The Results According to the article, 5 out of 6 major brands recorded did not follow the manufacturer’s servicing instructions. These instructions
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5 tips to improve your home’s energy efficiency

Posted by PlusHeat on 21/02/2018
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Taking just a few simple measures, such as turning your heating down, or switching to a lower washing machine setting, can have a significant effect on annual bills and the sooner you start making changes, the greater the savings will be. Here are just a few of our top tips on how you can make your home more energy efficient… 1. Get a Smart Energy Meter – No more estimated bills, understand what you need to
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Want to increase your radiator efficiency, without having to spend valuable £££? For Under £30 your whole home could see a massive increase in radiator efficiency. Take those tin foil hats from the conspiracy theorists, and put them to much better use! As you’ll see in the video below – by placing foil behind the radiator, heat is reflected  back into the room meaning the efficiency of the radiator is increased massively. There is no

5 Top Tips To Improve Heating Efficiency

Posted by PlusHeat on 18/12/2017
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1. A boiler of 15 years old, or more, may be wasting as much as 30-40p of every pound spent on heating your home and hot water. 2. Turning down your thermostat by as little as one degree could reduce your heating bills by almost 10 per cent. 3. A reliable way to stop cold air entering your home through the chimneys is to cap your chimney pots from the outside, or if you use your fireplace occasionally,

Is your boiler also loosing pressure?

Posted by PlusHeat on 18/12/2017
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Your boiler pressure gauge should measure between 1-1.5 bar. Too little pressure could lead to inefficiency and high energy bills and as the cold months are now upon us and we all have turned the boiler back on to get that central heating fired up that could amount to some unwanted expensive bills. Checking your pressure Gauge and ensuring it is within the recommended level could save you a quid or two. If you find