Understanding your Heating and Hot Water Systems

Understanding your Heating and Hot Water Systems

If you would like to save money on your central heating and hot water bills, one of the most helpful ways to create a more efficient system is to understand your current heating system and find out if there is a better option available for your household.

Saving money on your heating bills

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Planning a Bathroom or Wetroom Installation

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Planning a Bathroom or Wetroom Installation

Planning your bathroom or wetroom installation carefully can help you get the most for your money and make the best use of the space available. The most effective bathroom designs offer the user a space which is practical and functional but which is also a room that is comfortable and relaxing to use.

Since your bathroom is one of the most used spaces in your home and any new installation is likely to remain in use by your family and visitors for many years to come, it is important that your bathroom design offers a wide range of options for current and future use.

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Plumbing Services: Tap Repairs

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Plumbing Services in Lancashire: Tap Repairs

How to repair a dripping or leaking tap

If you have ever experienced a leaking or dripping tap, you will understand how much of a nuisance it can be. Rather than letting it drip away wasting your water you will either need to call a plumber to carry out a fix or learn how to solve the problem yourself.

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Renewable Heating: What are the Benefits of Air Source Heat Pumps?

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What are the Benefits of Air Source Heat Pumps?

Installing Renewable Heating in Lancashire

Air source heat pumps take the natural warmth from the outside air and
converts it into a source of energy to heat your hot water and heating. Air source heat pups offer an efficient and cost effective method of heating your household water and can produce heat from the outside air when the temperature is as low as -15∞ C.

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