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Baxi Heating reopens Warwick Commercial Training Academy

Baxi Heating has announced the September reopening of its popular Warwick Commercial Training Academy after its enforced closure due to COVID-19. The commercial training facility was established over two years ago, guided by in-depth research into attitudes and expectations regarding training, to ensure that heating engineers have the opportunity to refine their skills and gain […]

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5 top tips for installers looking to move into light-commercial work

With millions of small businesses operating across the UK, the sector offers installers huge opportunities to grow their business. But how can you successfully tap into this market? Steven Evans, Sales Director at Potterton Commercial provides his top tips for a smooth transition: With 99% of the UK’s private business sector accounted for by small-to-medium enterprises […]

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Potterton Commercial launches new Sirius range of boilers for large buildings

Potterton Commercial has launched the Sirius range of condensing boilers which provides a high performance, cost effective and energy efficient heating solution for large buildings. The new Sirius three range offers compact power across its 15 wall-hung and floor-standing appliances, offering outputs of 50-250kW and up to 1MW in cascade. The floor standing models have […]

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Is this the easiest way to comply with new Boiler Plus regulations?

Heating engineers are currently getting to grips with new changes to Building Regulations (known as Boiler Plus) that dictate they must install one of four energy efficiency controls when fitting a new combi boiler in England. Jeff House, regulatory marketing manager at Baxi Heating, is reminding installers, councils and housing associations that Boiler Plus compliance […]

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Trends for heating social housing in 2018

Bill Jones, Sales Director at British boiler manufacturer Potterton Residential, looks at look at the trends in 2018 for heating social housing: This year we saw a big shift in government attitude towards the social housing sector. The Prime Minister reversed George Osborne’s decision to cut all funding for social rent in his 2010 budget […]

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