Do you wince when you look at your gas bill? Do you have to fire up the central heating every time someone needs a bath? Do you wish your house was always warm when you get home from…
You’ll have heard us talk about “combi boilers” on many occasions. But what exactly is a combi boiler, and how is it different to a regular system? We’ll take a closer look at these efficient little units, and explain how they could work for you.
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Is it true that gas boilers are going to be phased out in Dublin? While gas boilers are not being installed in new-build homes, they will not be phased out for many years.
Behind the question ‘should my boiler be running all the time’ is the real question: how can I keep my energy costs as low as possible? There are many ways to keep your house running as efficiently as possible.
Discovering your boiler is leaking can be troubling, but there’s probably no need to panic. It might be something you can fix yourself, but it could mean your boiler needs to be serviced, repaired or replaced.
Boilers do stop and start regularly, whether it’s for the heating or the hot water. But if it’s doing it excessively, it could indicate a fault. Here’s what to do.
Discover the benefits of updating your heating controls and modernising your home heating. For heating enquiries, contact our team on 087 122 1728.
Moving a boiler isn’t like moving a sofa or even a fridge – it’s quite a big and disruptive job that you should only do if you absolutely need to. Here, we’ll look at why you might want to move a boiler, how much it will cost and whether you would be advi
Boilers overheating can be an inconvenience or a danger, depending on where the problem is. Here’s how to find out what’s causing overheating.
Are you constantly having to top up your central heating water as it’s losing pressure? Here are the most probable causes and how to deal with them.