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What heating controls are best for my boiler?

The right heating controls ensure your home is kept at a comfortable temperature without wasting fuel or heat, therefore helping you to keep energy costs down.

What is the ideal pressure for a boiler?

Water and radiators are heated by pumping boilers pushing hot water throughout a series of pipes within your central heating system. For this to happen, however, the boiler pressure level must be just right.

#boilers  #heating  #energy efficiency  #energy monitoring  #guides 
4 months ago, 118 Views

Boiler installations – the ins and outs

Boiler installations can be so costly – and there is nothing worse than realising you need to fork out for a new boiler, when you weren’t prepared for your current one to break down.

My radiator is cold - help!

There are many common problems with radiators, which can often be resolved at home on your own without the need for a professional.

What is the heating allowance?

Every individual aged 65 and over, is entitled to a heating allowance as part of the Government’s Winter Fuel Payment scheme.

All about combi boilers

A combi boiler is the most common boiler fitted in UK households. In this handy guide, put together with the help of 50five’s expert engineers, we discuss how combi’s work, explain installations and more.

#boilers  #heating  #energy efficiency  #energy monitoring  #guides 
4 months ago, 225 Views

What does a central heating system look like?

As energy prices continue to rise across the UK, homeowners want to ensure their homes are running as efficiently as possible to keep heating bill costs low.

What to do in a power cut and how does it affect your heating system?

Power cuts sometimes happen, and when they do, they’re usually at the most inconvenient time. Fortunately, with summer approaching, you won’t be left in the dark as long – however, you still need to consider your other appliances, including your boiler.

#heating  #heat pumps  #boilers  #energy monitoring  #battery  #guides 
4 months ago, 239 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Choosing the right air source heat pump

Many individuals feel slightly overwhelmed when choosing a new heating system – especially with technology as new as air source heat pumps. So how do you know which is the right pump for your home?

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What heating controls are best for my boiler?

The right heating controls ensure your home is kept at a comfortable temperature without wasting fuel or heat, therefore helping you to keep energy costs down.

What is the ideal pressure for a boiler?

Water and radiators are heated by pumping boilers pushing hot water throughout a series of pipes within your central heating system. For this to happen, however, the boiler pressure level must be just right.

#boilers  #heating  #energy efficiency  #energy monitoring  #guides 
4 months ago, 118 Views

Boiler installations – the ins and outs

Boiler installations can be so costly – and there is nothing worse than realising you need to fork out for a new boiler, when you weren’t prepared for your current one to break down.

My radiator is cold - help!

There are many common problems with radiators, which can often be resolved at home on your own without the need for a professional.

What is the heating allowance?

Every individual aged 65 and over, is entitled to a heating allowance as part of the Government’s Winter Fuel Payment scheme.

All about combi boilers

A combi boiler is the most common boiler fitted in UK households. In this handy guide, put together with the help of 50five’s expert engineers, we discuss how combi’s work, explain installations and more.

#boilers  #heating  #energy efficiency  #energy monitoring  #guides 
4 months ago, 225 Views

What does a central heating system look like?

As energy prices continue to rise across the UK, homeowners want to ensure their homes are running as efficiently as possible to keep heating bill costs low.

What to do in a power cut and how does it affect your heating system?

Power cuts sometimes happen, and when they do, they’re usually at the most inconvenient time. Fortunately, with summer approaching, you won’t be left in the dark as long – however, you still need to consider your other appliances, including your boiler.

#heating  #heat pumps  #boilers  #energy monitoring  #battery  #guides 
4 months ago, 239 Views
Posted in: Climate/Energy

Choosing the right air source heat pump

Many individuals feel slightly overwhelmed when choosing a new heating system – especially with technology as new as air source heat pumps. So how do you know which is the right pump for your home?

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