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Should You Choose Bespoke Radiator Covers Or Ready Made Ones?

24th November 2011
For anyone considering buying radiator covers or cabinets there are two initial choices. You could opt for bespoke radiator covers which are made to measure, and built to your exact requirements, or you could pay a bit less and pick up a radiator cover or... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Radiator Covers - The Green Alternative?

12th November 2011
How on earth do radiator covers work? It seems a ludicrous idea at first, how covering something up can make it more efficient. But actually despite the initial confusion there's not only good sound sense behind it, but there are other examples we come ac... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

Buying Radiator Covers - Bespoke Or Readymade?

17th October 2011
As more and more people choose to buy radiator covers for their homes one of the most commonly asked questions is whether to buy bespoke radiator cabinets or covers, or whether to buy off the shelf, ready made covers. Certainly in terms of price ready mad... Read >
Author: Justin Arnold

How Accidents Occur In Hotels

09th June 2011
There are tens of thousands of hotels, guest houses, motels, and caravan parks across the UK, catering for millions of domestic and foreign tourists each year. Even more rooms are rented out privately during peak season and over bank holiday weekends. Ine... Read >
Author: DarcyHayton

Time to replace your boiler

04th April 2011
Spring is finally here which for some of us means we can finally turn off our central heating. Our financial situation will improve as our energy bills drop dramatically. If you found this winter you were struggling more than normal to pay your heating ... Read >
Author: Carolyn Clayton

Adding Radiator Covers To Your Home

16th March 2011
Radiator covers can provide your rooms with better looks by covering awkward looking radiators. This can also improve the heating performance of the radiators while providing protection from the heat. A wide selection of designs and styles means that you ... Read >
Author: Henry James

Descale or Powerflush? This Is The Difference Between Them

31st January 2011
This article will explain the difference between a descale and a powerflush. Ill also attempt to explain some common problems with combination boilers and whether the solution is to powerflush, de-scale, do both, or do something else. There is no bind... Read >
Author: Jeffrey Pritchard

POWERFLUSH YOUR CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEM

12th January 2011
Powerflushing your central heating system could be the best money you will ever spend on your home. Because the possibility of having to replace your whole system if scary as hell. Replacing your heating pipework and radiators is going to cost you anythin... Read >
Author: Jeffrey Pritchard

Distributing Heat Around The Home Using A Woodburning Stove

11th January 2011
Distributing Heat Round your household http://www.woodburnerworld.co.uk/ You might like to evenly dispense the warmth through your multifuel stove around the house maybe you might discover that the room that the stove is in gets too hot whereas... Read >
Author: Plumbworld

What Are Fixtures And Fittings?

29th November 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Robert Gray Moving house can be an extremely exciting time but there are lots of issues surrounding the move to take into account such as securing a mortgage, checking out the area, saving a deposit and arranging for a survey to be c... Read >
Author: Robert Gray Solicitor

How Much Does A New Boiler Cost?

24th November 2010
Central heating boilers use either fuel or oil for home heating and send heated sizzling water to the radiators. Purchasing a brand new boiler system implies that you will have to replace the whole heating system of the house. Some individuals will hence ... Read >
Author: Harris Carson

Central Heating DIY - How To Remove A Radiator

18th November 2010
Removing a central heating radiator can be a daunting experience as well as extremely messy so I would not personally recommend this DIY task unless you are fairly competent in plumbing or DIY, if not and you still intend to try, then ensure you have plen... Read >
Author: Steve Hanson

Tesla Secret Free Energy Generator Review

18th October 2010
Am i going to learn how to make free electricity to reduce my electricity bills with the secret Tesla free energy generator? Well, in line with the review of Telsa Secret Free Energy system, the reply is yes if you spend some time testing the product o... Read >
Author: GreenProducts

A Homeowner's Guide to Indirect Hot Water Cylinders

05th March 2010
A Homeowner's Guide to Indirect Hot Water Cylinders So you've decided to replace your old indirect hot water cylinder but you're not sure what you need? Maybe you've just moved into a new home, maybe your old cylinder isn't providing the heat it use... Read >
Author: Sam Brown

Different types of Central Heating Radiators and Towel Rails

01st August 2009
Central heating radiators are the devices which are used to heat up the room or house or workplace emitting the heat by radiation and convection. The convector which is placed behind the radiator panel emitted the heat which warm up the room. The steel pa... Read >
Author: rahulpt
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