OFTEC, the trade body that represents the oil heating industry, has created a guide to smarter heating to urge UK households to join a nationwide effort to reduce the amount of energy they use to heat their homes.
The sun comes out, the heating goes off and that's that til winter isn't it? Well, actually no: there are a few little things you need to be doing for your boiler over the summer to keep it working well and make sure there are no unwanted surprises come the colder weather.
As climate change is a hot topic at the moment, thanks to recent protests and the work of environmental activists, we take a look at how we can all contribute to reducing our impact on the planet at home, specifically with regard to our own area of expertise - plumbing and heating.
Everything you need to know about our Summer Boiler Service Offer!
Our fabulous summer boiler service offer is back again! Save £10 on the cost of a standard boiler service when completed May-September. Book your service now and save!
We're now into Lent and instead of giving up chocolate or sweets, the Bishop of Salford wants people to abandon traditional penances in favour of lifestyle changes to tackle climate change including turning down the heating. So, would you sacrifice heating for 40 days?
When you rent a property there are regulations in place that are designed to keep you safe. Gas appliances carry the risk of carbon monoxide leaks if they’re not working properly so your landlord has an obligation to make sure they’re safe and has to provide evidence that they are in the form of a Landlords’ Gas Safety Certificate. Here's what you need to know and how you can help your landlord keep you safe.
This guest blog, written for us by the content team at Sainsbury's Bank, looks at things you should do regarding your plumbing and heating when you move house.
If you are selling your house you may wonder whether you ought to get the boiler serviced before you complete. We take a look at the legal position and what's the best thing to do for yourself and your buyers.
TRVs should save you money by making your heating more efficient but are they worth having installed?