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Becoming more water efficient.

Becoming more water efficient in our homes. Without action, there is a 25% chance in the next 30 years that large numbers of our households will have their water supply cut off for an extended period of time due to severe drought. Ideally we need to see water use in The U.K. fall. New homes are already built in a way that reduces demands for water, energy and material resources, but more needs to be done in the existing housing stock. Why should we be more water efficient in our homes?


Honeywell T6R-HW Review

Honeywell T6R-HW Review The great thing about the T6R-HW is that it adapts to your home and your schedule, it helps save you energy and makes your heating smarter. It’s been designed by Honeywell with the help of experienced heating engineers. OpenTherm digital communication included for load compensation with compatible Combi-boiler Installations.The T6R-HW is suitable for S, Y and W plan hot water systems. There are 6 on/off periods for Hot Water, these are separate from the heating, all...


Nest Thermostat E Review

The Nest Thermostat E is very easy to use with the Nest app. I believe it's so straight forward that even a child could operate it.I feel that it has all the build quality and attractive design that we’ve come to expect from Nest, it’s fast becoming a popular choice with our customers.It’s also a very convenient option for us on our new combi boiler Installations as it’s boiler plus compliant, it has OpenTherm load compensation.The Nest Thermostat E is compatible with ...