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Have you been contemplating greener more sustainable heating solutions for your home? 1st Gas are beginning to offer a wider range of Eco heating options, click on the logo to find out more! With this in mind we will be slowly merging into Enviro Heating & Cooling Ltd.
Reasons to replace your existing boiler now:
Peace of mind - no unexpected costly breakdowns for the next few winters
No need for Boiler Cover as the boiler will come with a 5 to 12 year manufacturer's guarantee - just make sure the boiler is serviced every 12 months to keep your guarantee valid
Replacing your boiler with an A-Rated model could help to reduce energy usage
The future of home heating - your gas boiler isn't being banned!
The government hopes to stop selling new gas boilers after 2035, the good news is boiler manufacturers are already developing boilers that are hydrogen ready. This means they will run on gas and then when the time comes they will be converted to run on 100% hydrogen. Ministers say that people will not be forced to get rid of their gas boilers.
Keeping your central heating system in good working order
Get your gas appliances serviced and carry out any repairs, if your boiler needs replacing arrange a free quotation.
Regular servicing helps to keep boilers working throughout the winter months.
A heating system that is well looked after will heat your home more efficiently, whilst many people are still working from home and energy prices are rising this is a priority.
Keeping your home warm:
Bleed your radiators if you notice cold spots at the top of them. If they are cold in the middle or at the bottom there could be sludge in the system and it may need power flushing
Shut out the cold with draught excluders, seal joins around windows, use letter box brushes
Use warm furnishings such as carpets, rugs, heavy curtains and try to avoid putting furniture in front of radiators
Make sure the loft is well insulated
Use a smart thermostat to manage your energy usage
1st Gas are proud sponsors of The Heathens rugby club
They were officially formed in 1921. The Heathens train every Thursday and play every Saturday at the Old Scouts in Rushmere Road. If you would like to get involved pay them a visit, they are always recruiting and open to new players.
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