Posts in the 'HVAC' Category


Boiler broken down? Should you call a plumber or a heating engineer?

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We rely on our central heating system to work effectively 24 hours a day, especially with Britain’s temperamental weather, and often take it for granted that it’ll be there to provide heat when we need it. So when the worst happens and your boiler breaks down it can be frustrating and worrying. When you have […]

Posted on October 18, 2019 in Boilers, Emergency Callout, HVAC, Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), Plumbing, Property Maintenance | Read more?


Checking the Gas Safe Register

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Gas Safe Registered engineers – Don’t cut corners with gas The Gas Safe Register is the UK’s official list of gas and plumbing businesses. By law, a gas engineer must be on the Gas Safe Register to work safely and legally on gas appliances. The same goes for businesses, whether they are carrying out domestic […]

Posted on October 2, 2019 in Boilers, HVAC, Mechanical & Electrical (M&E), Plumbing, Regulations & Practise | Read more?


The rise of smart heating & home automation

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Smart heating & home automation: 2000-2019 10 years ago, smart heating & home automation might have sounded like concepts from Back to the Future. But with more internet-connected devices than ever before, they are now realities which look set to stay. Now, this might lead you to ask “where’s my jetpack?”. But IoT-connected smart devices […]

Posted on May 23, 2019 in Boilers, Combined Heat & Power, HVAC, Maintenance, Mechanical & Electrical (M&E), Property Maintenance, Regulations & Practise | Read more?


Commercial building maintenance tips you should follow

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Commercial building maintenance No matter what kind of commercial building you own or run, it’s vital to maintain it carefully and correctly. If you don’t pay attention to the regular maintenance requirements, you’ll end up paying for it later. Ignoring problems or not even checking for them in the first place won’t make them go […]

Posted on February 7, 2019 in Boilers, HVAC, Maintenance, Mechanical & Electrical (M&E), Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), Plumbing, Property Maintenance | Read more?