Several energy companies offer more advanced control systems for domestic central heating, generally known as smart heating controls. They allow you to manage your heating controls remotely from a computer, tablet or smart phone, and many incorporate other advanced features to control your heating in more sophisticated ways.

One clear advantage of a smart heating control system is that you can make changes remotely if your plans change – for example, you can change the time that your heating comes on if your plans change.

It is very likely a smart controller will save you money, but whether it is right for you, will depend on your lifestyle and how you currently control your heating. If both partners work full-time this remote method is almost certainly going to save a lot of money in the long term.

Major benefits

1 Will reduce your carbon dioxide emissions.

2 Can save money on your heating bills using your controls efficiently.

3 You can schedule your heating and hot water to go on and off when needed.

4 You can select areas of your home to heat and the required temperature for each room, rather than heating a whole house at the same temperature.

Install thermostatic radiator valves to compliment your remote system (TVR)

Thermostatic radiator valves do not control the boiler; they reduce the flow of water through the radiator. Install on all radiators and set them to the level you want for the room; a lower setting uses less energy and so will save you money.

It is not recommended to use radiator covers because of TRV’s sense the air temperature around them and control the flow rate depending on what level they're set at. Having a cover over the radiator means the TRV is enclosed, which is likely to make it think that the room temperature is higher than it actually is.

Assistance?

There are many ways to reduce your energy bills, check on this site to see what you may be entitled to. It costs nothing and could save you hundreds of pounds.

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Several energy companies offer more advanced control systems for domestic central heating, generally known as smart heating controls. They allow you to manage your heating controls remotely from a computer, tablet or smart phone, and many incorporate other advanced features to control your heating in more sophisticated ways. One clear advantage of a smart heating control system is that you can make changes remotely if your plans change – for example, you can change the time that your heating comes on if your plans change. It is very likely a smart controller will save you money, but whether it is right for you, will depend on your lifestyle and how you currently control your heating. If both partners work full-time this remote method is almost certainly going to save a lot of money in the long term. Major benefits 1 Will reduce your carbon dioxide emissions. 2 Can save money on your heating bills using your controls efficiently. 3 You can schedule your heating and hot water to go on and off when needed. 4 You can select areas of your home to heat and the required temperature for each room, rather than heating a whole house at the same temperature. Install thermostatic radiator valves to compliment your remote system (TVR) Thermostatic radiator valves do not control the boiler; they reduce the flow of water through the radiator. Install on all radiators and set them to the level you want for the room; a lower setting uses less energy and so will save you money. It is not recommended to use radiator covers because of TRV’s sense the air temperature around them and control the flow rate depending on what level they're set at. Having a cover over the radiator means the TRV is enclosed, which is likely to make it think that the room temperature is higher than it actually is. Assistance? There are many ways to reduce your energy bills, check on this site to see what you may be entitled to. It costs nothing and could save you hundreds of pounds.
2018-03-04 21:42:34
2018-03-04 21:42:34
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