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  • BTU calculator - How to work out what Radiator you need

    Before installing new radiators, you’ll need to establish what level of heating output will satisfy the demands of each room in your home. The heating output of a radiator is measured in BTUs (British Thermo Units) per hour. MORE >>

  • Common Boiler Problems

    The majority of boiler breakdowns tend to happen at the times when you need them most; the cold winter months. Having spent most of the summer period ‘on holiday’ sitting idle, your boiler is forced back into action as soon as the cold spell hits and this can put strain on your central heating system and boiler. MORE >>

  • What is a Gas Safety Certificate & Why Do You Need It?

    Landlords are required by law to get a gas safety certificate every 12 months under the Gas Safety Regulation of 1998. All landlords are required to conduct a safety check by a Gas Safe registered engineer annually, inspecting all gas appliances installed in the home including the boiler, flue and any associated pipe work. MORE >>

  • How to Install a Nest

    The Nest is a revolutionary thermostat that not only can you control while away from home but it learns the more it is used. MORE >>

  • Installing New Taps in Your Home

    Whether you are refitting a room, repairing a non-working tap, or just looking to revamp your existing setup, new taps can be a quick way to give your room the makeover it deserves.

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  • Top Tips to Help You Save Energy in the Home All Year Round

    Every day most of us use energy in and around the home which could be avoided. By using less energy not only does it help us to save on our monthly bills, but in many cases it can also help the environment. MORE >>

  • Spring Clean Your Central Heating System

    It wouldn’t be Spring without a big Spring clean and today the term ‘Spring clean’ is synonymous with a deep clean of a home or room. MORE >>

  • How to Tackle Home Limescale

    What is Limescale?
    Limescale is the by-product of mineral deposits found in hard water, the most common mineral to cause limescale being calcium carbonate. So where can I expect to find limescale? Pesky limescale can be found in a number of locations around the home adversely affecting home appliances, heating systems, pipe work and even affecting the ease of cleaning. MORE >>

  • It’s an Egg-cellent Time to Replace Radiators

    With spring and summer coming it’s an excellent time to start home improvements and looking after your heating system. MORE >>

  • Why Are My Radiators Cold At The Bottom?

    When many people go to check their radiators ready for the colder months they are often met with radiators which are less than efficient, not as warm as they used to be or cold at the bottom. A common cause for radiators not heating up enough and being cold at the bottom while still warm at the top is due to the build-up of sludge, this results in a restricted flow of water around the radiator.
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