Jo Alsop

Lowering flow temperatures to reduce energy bills – What installers need to know

Now the energy price cap has hit and energy bills have been increased by £693 for approximately 22 million customers, homeowners are taking measures into their own hands to try and reduce their energy costs. But what does this mean for the installer? Drayton was joined by Richard Burrows, Jo Alsop, Kim Betty, Paul Hull […]

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Should installers reduce flow temperature to make heating systems more efficient?

Richard Burrows – Director of The INTERGAS Shop – takes a look at one of the most-debated topics in the heating industry today: What a difference a year makes. Lots of us say this, but oh boy has it applied over the last 24 months. Ignoring the obvious things going on in the world, which […]

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Off-grid house buyers are getting stung with unforeseen heating bills

The Heating Hub has called for urgent action to help house buyers understand the true cost of heating a property prior to purchase.  The company is receiving a high volume of enquiries from householders who have reported moving to homes that are off the gas grid, only to discover that the costs of running their heating systems are […]

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Heating industry “not fit for purpose” and “has addiction to boiler sales”

The heating industry is barring consumers from exercising their rights to choose efficient heating systems, according to consumer advice experts at The Heating Hub. Jo Alsop, Founder of The Heating Hub, gives her view: For too long the UK’s domestic heating industry has been focused on volume boiler sales rather than on providing consumers with good advice about how to choose long-lasting, efficient […]

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Consumers ‘strongly advised’ to check new heating technologies are a viable option for their property

Consumer advice experts at The Heating Hub have warned consumers not to get ‘hooked’ on the latest technologies in the drive to reduce carbon emissions, saying they should focus on selecting the most appropriate system for their household requirements. The government recently announced ambitious plans to install 600,000 heat pumps per year by 2028 and […]

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