As spring approaches and the cold, harsh weather of winter fades away; we all begin to think about spring cleaning our homes.
All of us would like to save money on our energy bill but there are so many conflicting ideas about the best way to do this which is very confusing.
Buying your new home can be stressful enough without worrying about paying for expensive surveys particularly as they generally don’t provide you with the detailed information yo
A recent survey carried out by EDF Energy found that up to seven million homes in the UK had to cope with a broken boiler between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day last year and i
January has the reputation for being a depressing month… There is even national Blue Monday day.
Most of us will only buy a new boiler possibly a few times in our life time, yet heating systems are changing and improving in efficiency all the time.
A boiler is one of the most important pieces of equipment in our homes. It provides us with hot water and keeps us warm.
Keeping Your Boiler Healthy in Colder Months
Now the clocks have gone back and the winter months are setting in we will all have our central heating switched on to keep us warm.
A new boiler is one of the most expensive household purchases you’ll make – so it’s important to choose the best new boiler for your home, at the right price.
Gone are the days when radiators were heavy, bulky items made of cast iron.