Category Archives: Alternative Heating
Isn’t it great when you can set your central heating to switch on and off at certain times? But then isn’t it also frustrating when you’ve got to heat all the rooms in your home when the heating is on? … Continue reading
Moving into a new home is always stressful, but moving into a new home with storage heaters or an ageing boiler can make things even worse. Perhaps you’re wondering how you’ll cope with storage heaters without a crystal ball to … Continue reading
Landlords may wish to consider electric heating after a London based landlord has been given an eight week suspended sentence for gas safety failings.
Many of us have awkward rooms in our homes, the ones that are always cold and difficult to heat no matter what. Often these rooms are either open plan or have large windows or high ceilings, which mean that it’s … Continue reading
Back on the subject of air source heat pumps, as they are a highly beneficial way to provide heat for the home, and this time around we are talking about whether they make the right choice on an individual basis. … Continue reading
According to an article in H&V News, the number of electrical boiler and heating system installations is likely to overtake gas within the next decade.
One of the key choices you will make when investing in a new boiler is the fuel type. Many people automatically opt for gas, but there are other options, including electric and oil. Here we are looking at the pros … Continue reading
If your rental properties are fitted with gas appliances, a gas boiler or gas central heating, there is a raft of legislation you need to adhere to as a landlord.
Different needs, different boiler … but which to choose? In this two part blog series we’re exploring the different types of boiler that you may wish to consider if you are upgrading or installing from new, perhaps in a new … Continue reading
If you are in the market for a new boiler, it’s time to start researching your options. It’s important to consider everything available to you, because it could well be that a certain type of boiler will work out more … Continue reading