One of the major issues with central heating systems is that people usually only think about it when it’s an emergency.
Recent research has shown that detailed knowledge surrounding how to correctly size an expansion vessel is not quite so detailed.
In a new report released by the Solar Trade Association, their analysis has found that the cost of Britain’s solar power will be ch
The boiler industry was a little slow in 2014, but things are loking up for the year ahead.
The GDHIF, which was closed in July due to huge amounts of applications has been reopened to new applications.
The Gas Safe Register was launched in 2009 and a lot of work has been done since in highlighting the need to use properly registered &nbs
Whether you’re just changing a single radiator, or installing a complete central heating system, there are several things to think<
In September 2015, the Energy Related Products Directive will be brought into force across Europe.
GoCompare.com recently released results of a survey they carried out on almost 2,000 householders and they showed some interesting result
Recent changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive means landlords & tenants may soon reap the rewards of renewable heating.
How does the pipework in your central heating system operate and what are the pros and cons of the different pipework installations?
Thermal imaging is the most effective method of detection, whether a heating or plumbing problem is evidenced by unusual hot or cold area