- Buying a New System
- Flues in voids
- How to fit a CO alarm
- Green Deal
- Renewable Heat Incentive and the Renewable Heat Premium Payment
- Microgeneration Strategy and Action Plan
- Keep the cold out this winter
- Help for Frozen Condensate Pipes
- Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS)
- Heating Maintenance
- Eco Design of Energy Related Products directive
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In order to guide you through some of the common concerns with regards to heating we have devised a number of fact sheets So, if you want to understand new regulations, or if you want to buy a new heating system but want some advice on how to go about it, these checklists are ideal. They cover:
During the winter of 2009/10 the UK experienced prolonged spells of extremely cold weather. This resulted in a significant increase in instances where the condensate drainage pipe from condensing boilers had frozen. So HHIC has produced guidance for householders and installers
Some properties, mainly flats and apartments, have been built with boiler flues which cannot be inspected because they are hidden behind walls or ceilings. If you live in one of these homes then please read on for more information so you know what to do.
This explains how to approach buying a new system, renewable or conventional. It provides guidance on what to expect in a quote, qualifications needed and questions you should ask.
Advice on how you should maintain your heating system to help keep it working efficiently.
When placing and using an alarm in the home it is best to follow the instructions that were supplied with the alarm. However if you can’t find these then here are a few guidelines that will help you as where to place an audible Carbon Monoxide alarm in the home
The Directive establishes a framework of mandatory requirements for energy using and energy related products sold in all 27 Members States. We explain how it will work and its impact
The Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will provide financial support for those who install renewable heating.Find out more
The Government is planning to allow private firms to offer consumers energy efficiency improvements to their homes, at no upfront cost, and recoup payments through a charge in instalments on the energy bill.
The Microgeneration Strategy and Action Plan was published by DECC in June 2011 following consultation.
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