Category Archives: Electric Boilers
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, are you aware that from 1st April 2016, assured shorthold tenants (and some other residential tenants) in England and Wales have the right to request their landlord’s consent to make improvements to improve the energy efficiency of rented property?
Landlords may wish to consider electric heating after a London based landlord has been given an eight week suspended sentence for gas safety failings.
In part 1 of the great energy efficiency bake-off, we pitted gas central heating and electric central heating against each other. In stage 1 we looked at speed and efficiency, with electric coming out on top for the rate at … Continue reading
From April 2018 landlords in England and Wales will have a responsibility to make sure their privately rented properties have an energy efficiency rating of E minimum. From this date it will be unlawful to let properties below band E … Continue reading
Happy New Year! If 2016 is the year you have decided to make a change with your boiler and opt for electric so that you can enjoy the numerous benefits, such as flexibility, economy and safety, there is plenty of … Continue reading
The great thing about replacing a gas boiler for an electric one is the amount of choice you have available. Generally electric boilers are small in size, pretty much silent and offer low running costs. We can’t say that an … Continue reading
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.
Whilst this winter seems to have got off to a mild start, predictions are that it’s going to be a cold one, and as UK winters go, it’s going to be with us for a good few months yet.