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Control your heating from your mobile phone

Manufacturers and energy suppliers claim you can save money on your heating bills by installing one of the popular smart thermostats like Hive or Nest that allow you to control your heating from your mobile phone. But is it true? Whether you can save hundreds of pounds, as some claim, really depends on your lifestyle […]

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A basic guide: How to bleed your radiators

If your radiators have not heated up properly and you can feel a patch of cold to the top of the unit it’s more than likely that you have trapped air in the system which needs releasing so the water can flow around the pipes uninhibited. Trapped air in a central heating system is not […]

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A basic guide to: Header and expansion tanks

In the lofts of houses or business premises which are served by an older or traditionally designed heating system you’ll find two tanks. The smaller of the two is known as the header or expansion tank. These tanks can come in slightly different shapes and sizes, but ultimately they all look roughly the same. The […]

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A basic guide to: Radiators and flow temperature

Radiators are currently the most common option to disperse the heat produced from a boiler around your home or office space. But what many people don’t understand is that installing radiators that are too small into your heating system will cost you more to run. Why do undersized radiators cost more to run? Simply put […]

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Why choose a Viessmann boiler?
If you are looking for a new gas boiler for your heating and hot water, you may feel there is
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Get that warm glow by bleeding your radiators
The mornings have started getting frosty, but are you cosy and warm inside your home? If your heating is switched
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Time to get your boiler serviced by Clarity Heating
Time to get your boiler serviced?
Our summer of record-breaking temperatures has come to an end, and Autumn leaves are all around. So although, hopefully, it
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