Autumn may seem very distant, but this is the time when we see most boiler breakdowns. However, this is avoidable by simply doing a few things over the summer to ensure the switch on later in the year is problem-free. Here are 5 things you can do at this time of year to look after your boiler.
A recent survey has revealed that the best date for turning the heating off this year was 14th March but with the cold snap we've been having, can you bear to turn it off just yet? Here are some ways to stay warm if you turn the heating off or how to adjust it to reduce heating costs now spring is here.
House sales are booming with many rushing to complete before the stamp duty holiday deadline. In this rush to save thousands of pounds, how can you still make sure the boiler is both safe and fit for purpose in the property you are buying?
Having a go at fixing your boiler or your electrics could save you money but could also be unsafe. However, did you realise that it could also invalidate your home insurance, boiler cover insurance, and home emergency insurance? According to a recent survey, 90% of Brits were unaware of this.
With all of us staying at home much more due to covid restrictions, it's important to know how to stay warm inside and how we can supplement our central heating with free measures to reduce energy consumption and save money.
Turning the heating on after the summer doesn't always go to plan and you may find it doesn't come on as hoped. Don't worry though as there could be a simple explanation that could be easy to resolve yourself. Read our troubleshooting guide here before calling out an engineer!
Do you pay much attention to your boiler other than when there is an issue with heat or hot water? Your boiler could still be providing these even if it's become dangerous so it's important to recognise the red flags that there is an issue that could pose a risk to health, or even life.
Most of us will rarely think about our gas boiler until something goes wrong! Boilers are complex pieces of equipment but it's actually really interesting how they work and understanding it could help you should it develop a fault.
22 million homes in the UK| use natural gas in our homes but how many know how it gets there or even what it is exactly? In the first of our blogs for Gas Safety Week 2020 we take a look at how we obtain gas and the infrastructure that brings it directly to our boilers, fires and cookers.
If you have a water meter you may find your bills going up during lockdown due to everyone being at home much more. Even if you're not on a meter, it makes sense to conserve water - especially during the summer months. Here are a few ways you can do that.