Peter Brown plumbing & heating Co launches new ensuite bathrooms offer in Harrow. Here are a few home heating, plumbing and energy saving advices from Peter Brown, a proud to be a well respected, reliable and family run plumbing, boiler and central heating expert in Harrow offering fantastic levels of service.
If you need an experienced, reliable and trusted boiler installation expert in Harrow offering free competitive quotes then we can help. Peter Brown Plumbing and Heating have been installing and replacing boilers since 1970. We are approved by the Gas Safe Register and are a member of the Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors so we can ensure the quality of our work. Read our genuine customer reviews at the bottom of the page so you can read about our excellent reputation. There are a number of factors to consider before choosing a new boiler for your needs such as knowing how much hot water you use, how much space you have and so on. So the boiler you want installed will very much depend on your individual requirements and circumstances. At Peter Brown Plumbing & Heating we will advise you of your options and the most suitable central heating system for your needs. Prices for boiler replacement vary and can range from £600 to £3,000. This is dependant on many differing factors including what type of boiler it is, the size of the boiler and any additional costs that may result from the installation itself. You can read about the most popular types of boilers we install below. We also can help you save up to £300 a year with high-efficiency gas boilers. See extra details at https://www.peterbrown.net/new-boiler-installation-harrow.html.
Use tin foil. One way to prevent unnecessary heat loss from radiators, particularly on those attached to external walls, is to use heat reflective aluminium foil behind the radiator. This prevents heat disappearing through the wall by reflecting it back into the room, says Sophie Neuburg, energy campaigner for charity Friends of the Earth. Foil specially designed for the purpose can be bought for under £10. “You can even use good quality kitchen foil,” says Carl Brennand, assistant manager of website Moneymagpie, although it’s generally not as effective. Setting timers on heating is important. “It’s a myth that keeping it on all day is better,” says Luthra. If it’s very cold, the timer should be set to switch the heating on earlier, rather than turning the thermostat up to warm the house rapidly, according to Age UK.
Draught proof your home: Energy Saving Trust research has found that 46% of people still need to draught-proof their windows and doors. Cost: A good DIY draught-proofing job could costs between £85 and £275 for materials and professional installation for your whole house. Saving: Draught-proofing windows and doors can make your home a more comfortable place to live and could save you £20 a year on heating bills.
Being Gas Safe registered and a member of the Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors, we can ensure the quality of our work. At Peter Brown Plumbing & Heating in Harrow we can advise and design a brand new and efficient central heating system for any home, office or school. All our plumbing and heating engineers are highly qualified with many years of experience installing new gas boilers or servicing and upgrading existing gas boilers from most manufacturers. Whether you require a simple service, gas safety check or a new heating system with low running costs, then Peter Brown Plumbing & Heating are the right team for you, your business or organisation. Read more details on Central heating Harrow.
Pipe lagging (insulating hot water pipes with foam tubes) keeps the water inside your pipes hotter for longer and protects against the cold. It also makes your heating and hot water much more efficient. You can buy pipe lagging from any DIY store and fit it in seconds, no tools required. If your home has a draught, patch it up. Filling in the gaps around windows and doors can help you save on your heating bills, so spending a few pounds on window draught excluder – an insulating tape – is a great investment. Fitting it is a breeze too, just make sure it sits snugly.