Central Heating Systems

Commercial boilers could be main player under new Part L

A cloud still hangs over the future of Part L and the heating industry is on tenterhooks waiting to discover what, if any, impact it will have on the boiler market. At the time of writing, it’s unclear whether the Government will opt for the 20 per cent or the 11 per cent increase over […]

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Fernox and Nutra provide the complete package

After trialling a series of Fernox chemical water treatments, East Sussex based Nutra Plumbing & Heating is now advertising a package of products to its customers to help restore central heating system efficiency and provide longterm protection. This includes Fernox Cleaner F3, Fernox Protector F1, Fernox Central Heating Energy Saver F6 and the Fernox Total […]

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Fitness regime

Suzanne Day focuses on the need to introduce a thorough water treatment regime as part of a planned preventative maintenance programme. With the winter months upon us, it’s now more important than ever for professionals and householders alike to ensure that boilers and wet systems are in good condition and operate to an optimal level […]

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Raising the alarm when the temperature drops

During an average winter, more than 25,000 people die as a result of cold weather in England and Wales. It is a silent killer with a death toll which far exceeds carbon monoxide poisoning, compounded by growing fuel poverty in the UK. Can plumbing and heating engineers add value to their own service and help […]

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Oil's not well with the world

Andy Buchan, Managing Director of Cotswold Efficient Energy Centre, believes the Government could learn a thing or two from Team GB. After the excitement of the Olympics, we are now back to reality in the renewables business – focusing on the Green Deal and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Unfortunately, our ‘greenest Government ever’ has […]

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