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1st Gas are going Green! 

We are gearing up to offer our customers the latest sustainable solutions for heating, hot water and cooling within the home. 
The direction of new heating and hot water technologies are still being decided but we are preparing to make changes to the way we work. 
We will continue to offer the greenest heating solutions available including Eco A-Rated gas boilers. It is likely that over the next few years we will see an increase in renewable heating technologies, including air and ground source heat pumps. 
Boiler manufacturers are starting to produce hydrogen ready boilers to replace existing gas boilers, although gas boilers can already work on a 20% hydrogen blend. Worcester Bosch hydrogen ready boilers will only take an hour to switch over from gas.  
There are many factors to consider if you are contemplating replacing your gas boiler with renewable heating including how much space you have, the size of your property and your budget.  
To find out more, please select your heating preference below 
Enviro Heating & Cooling Ltd Northampton

Smart thermostats - Start saving energy & lower your carbon footprint! 

Heating accounts for around 40- 50% of your energy bill and so it makes sense to manage it well. 
Nest thermostats are an easy way to start managing your energy usage. They learn from you adjusting them over the first few days, the thermostat will learn the temperatures that you like and when you like them. Nests learn how your house heats up and cools down and then uses this information to make a schedule. The Nest app enables you to control the thermostat remotely and to monitor your energy usage closely.  
To find out more about Enviro Heating & Cooling follow our new twitter feed @CoolingEnviro. 
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