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Due to the ever-changing nature of the construction industry, we have had to retire some of our older articles to keep the site relevant and up-to date. We continue to strive to present only the best and most insightful articles that continue to be important to our audience. In light of this commitment, the article that you are looking for may no longer be available. 

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Low-Carbon Heating

Low-carbon heating options are important for the way forward in order to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere. Since gas heating systems tend to release high amounts of carbon, it is more important than ever to start replacing them with

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How Disruptive Is Installing Central Heating?

Replacing your old central heating system is extremely important, especially if your existing system is outdated in terms of technology and efficiency. There are various economical and energy-efficient heating options available today to help you make significant savings and are

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Central Heating Inhibitor Complete Guide

Your central heating system works overtime to keep you and your home nice and warm during the colder months. And, as a homeowner, you want that your central heating system should heat up quickly, be fuel efficient, affordable to run

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Guide to Boiler Thermistors

A thermistor is a vital component of your boiler and is important for your boiler to heat water to the correct temperature. If you are not an expert in this area, it might be confusing to understand what a boiler

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Boiler Overheating: Causes, Signs & How to Fix It

Boiler overheating is no joke. The annoying part is that it leads to discomfort but the scary part is that it can have lethal consequences. And there are many ways this can happen. Except, there are also some very simple

Airlock in Pipes? Here’s How to Clear It

An airlock in central heating system pipes is no joke! Winter is the worst time for you to realise that your heating system is not working. You’re cold and the water in the taps is torture on those freezing nights

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What is Boiler Interlock?

A boiler interlock is a safety measure in a boiler or a heating system to help prevent it from running around all the time and consuming extra energy. It essentially will make sure the protection and security of the boiler’s

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What Should Boiler Pressure Be When Heating Is On?

The pressure is one factor that determines how safely and effectively a boiler is working. Therefore, you need to have an understanding of how boiler pressure is perfect. If the boiler pressure keeps dropping or increasing, or if you have

How To Reset A Boiler (Even After A Powercut)

A boiler that does not turn on is not the ideal unit for your house as it could cause severe damage to your pipes. However, some of the modern boilers lockouts as soon as it is at risk of damage. 

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