Tag Archives: electric boilers
We come across the Gledhill Electramate 2000 thermal storage unit, several times a month. Clients will usually call us after having already spent exorbitant amounts of money in getting these electric boilers repaired only to find out that six months later … Continue reading
When it comes to pitting gas central heating against electric central heating, you would be forgiven for thinking there is bound to be a clear winner: the heating system that is used by the majority of homeowners in the UK … 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
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.
Flexibility is a benefit that pretty much everyone seeks out these days. In particular, if you are developing property or are a landlord, a degree of flexibility is always going to make a difference.
With the July budget announcement on the cut to landlords’ tax breaks paving the way for something of a grim time, it’s time to be on the lookout for ways to make savings and boost that rental yield. It’s time … Continue reading
It’s a much asked question: should I choose gas or electric central heating? It can be a challenge to deliver a straight answer because situations and requirements vary so much and there is much to consider. He we look at … Continue reading
If you’re thinking about switching to an electric boiler and central heating system, you probably have a number of questions. In this post we will answer some of the most common.