Money Saving Tips to Staying Warm this Winter
It’s rapidly coming to the end of 2012 and for the last month or so you may have tried to resist putting the heating on due to soaring prices that were predicted this winter. But we at County Heating and Plumbing have a few tips to keeping warm at the same time as saving a few pennies, leaving you more to spend on the important New Year’s Eve.
Leave the Heating on Low:
Many people get in to the habit of turning their heating on and off when it’s not in use, but this can in fact bump up your bills. Keeping your heating on low makes sure there is constant warmth within the property and refrains you from turning up the radiators in short bursts which can use more energy.
Get Free Advice:
You may have seen from our website that we at County Heating and Plumbing offer free help and advice for customers struggling with their heating. Whether this is with boilers, radiators or any plumbing needs, you don’t have to pay for assistance when there is opportunities for free advice. Ensure whoever you choose offers this service, if not, they may not be the right company for you.
Look at your area:
Does your company charge for call outs? You may suddenly have an emergency, but if you are slightly out of the catchment area then this may incur additional charges. Look at companies that are closer to home if this is the case, it will mean you are warmed up in no time without extortionate charges attached.
So, these are just a few tips to ensure you have a warm winter and cosy Christmas. Of course if you are in need of our services, please don’t hesitate to contact us either via the details on our contact us page.