Upgrade Your Central Heating Controls & Stop Wasting Money
If you’re a Dublin resident and an old mechanical time switch is the only heating control you have in your house, it's time to upgrade.
You can save a lot of money by burning your gas or oil only when and where you need it - so no more heating the whole house when you only need hot water, and no more wastefully heating bedrooms during the day.
With modern central heating systems, you can control your water and heating separately, plus always achieve the right temperature at the right time and place.
Heating Controls Upgrades: Costs & Grants
Heating controls upgrades can save up to 30% of your annual heating bill, leaving you feeling more comfortable in your home with much less effort. Not only that, but part of the cost will be covered by grants available from SAIE's Better Energy Homes scheme.
With our specialist heating controls upgrades service in Dublin, you will get the following devices installed (depending on your heating system):
Multi Zone Heating Control
With this device, your home heating is split into multiple zones such as Upstairs + Downstairs + Hot Water - and each zone is controlled independently by a programmable digital timer.
You will be able to heat only the hot water, or have a different temperature set for your bedrooms and living area by controlling each zone based on your lifestyle. Your boiler will only be on when absolutely necessary - saving you money and protecting the environment.
We work with high quality products from Cork based EPH - a recognised leader in helping you take control of your central heating systems. EPH provide a digital and remotely controllable version of your old mechanical time switch, making your entire central heating much more cost-efficient.
This advanced technology controls your heating and hot water separately, and you can also adjust all the settings on your smartphone, tablet or computer - even when you’re not at home.
Radiator Thermostatic Valves
Each radiator will be fitted with a thermostat that controls the amount of water that goes through it. When the room reaches your ideal temperature set on the radiator, it will automatically turn off the heating for that room and that room only.
This will ensure that the temperature is always perfect in each room, while you only heat as much water in the system as you need to. How about that for saving both money and the planet?