February 28, 2017
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4 Things You Need To Know Before You Buy A New Boiler

Buying a new boiler is a big and expensive decision, which is why, we want to make sure that you make the best possible choice.     Read on for some important facts that can help you reach a smart purchase.      The importance of a reliable new boiler   The more reliable your new boiler, the less money you will have to pay out on expensive repairs.  With the average cost of a boiler repair at £210, its worth your while to spend a bit more at the beginning to buy a quality product. If you choose the most […]
December 28, 2016
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What is a Gas Safety Check?

Back to Basics, read on, for everything you need to know about  Gas Safety Checks: Owners of residential rented  properties, for example landlords are required by law, to arrange for a gas inspection of any gas appliances in their property.  This is known as a Gas Safety Check.  This should be performed by a Gas Safe registered engineer every 12 months.  Upon satisfactory completion of this check, the landlord will receive a Gas Safety Certificate .  This must kept on record for the next 2 years.  It is legally the landlord’s obligation to provide exisiting tenants with a copy of the certificate […]
November 15, 2016
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Tips For staying Gas Safe

The Gas Safe Register claims that 2.7 million renters are at risk from dangerous gas appliances.  The Gas Safe Register have found Unsafe gas appliances in a fifth of all  privately rented accommodation, leading them to believe that 2.7 million people could be living in dangerous housing.   To help keep you safe, here are some rules for staying ‘Gas Safe.’   Always, only use a Gas Safety registered engineer when installing or repairing a gas boiler or any gas appliances.  Make sure you ask to see the engineer’s Gas Safe ID card. Make sure you have a valid Gas […]
August 7, 2016
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Energy myths finally answered for you!

There are lots of tips and tricks to save energy, but do they really work? I have gone on an energy mythbusting mission to see if there is any truth to these tips, or is it just one big gimmick.   Should i leave the heating on low all day, even when I am out, or should i turn it on only when i need it? According to the EST (Energy Saving Trust) and Britsh Gas, the idea that it is cheaper to leave the heating on low all day is a myth.  They are both clear that you will […]