Remi Volpe

Installers required to install thermostatic room controls when replacing a boiler – New regs from 15 June

New regulations for existing homes mean that, from June 15 2022, heating installers will be required to install thermostatic room controls when replacing a boiler. To support this change, industry experts from the BEAMA Heating Controls group have produced a short animation to explain the change to consumers, and to highlight the benefits of this […]

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Drayton offering free online training on the Drayton Community Facebook page

Drayton is helping installers stay up-to-date with the latest legislation and industry changes, whilst also helping to drive consumer demand for heating system improvements. On The Drayton Community Facebook page, Drayton will be joined throughout the year by industry experts, including; Salford Test House advisor Richard Burrows, Clare Jackson from low-carbon consultancy Gemserv, guests from […]

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Drayton sponsors the Heating Hub’s Keeping Homes Warm For Less online conference

Drayton is sponsoring the first ‘Keeping Homes Warm For Less’ online conference, hosted by The Heating Hub and supported by Low Carbon Homes. The conference will focus on easy boiler tweaks that can reduce gas bills and help tackle the cost-of-living crisis. Taking place on Tuesday 29 March, between 12-2pm, the free-to-attend conference will look at […]

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What can installers do to help homeowners combat energy price hike?

With Ofgem’s announcement regarding the energy price cap, Drayton is urging installers to help educate concerned homeowners on ways in which they can reduce their energy bills. The new price cap of £1,971, which has risen by more than 50%, was announced by Ofgem and will start from 1 April this year, with the record […]

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Drayton urges UK heating engineers to start upskilling

Drayton has welcomed the Government’s recently unveiled Heat and Buildings Strategy, particularly the importance placed on the need for installers to begin upskilling now in preparation for consumer demand of low-carbon heating systems. As part of the Government’s £3.9 billion Heat and Buildings Strategy, a £450m boiler upgrade scheme is set to be launched in […]

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