Heating ControlsHeating controls covers such things as thermostats, timeswitches, programmers, bypass valves, motorised valves and radiator valves. Our range of heating controls includes well-known brands who have passed our quality control tests when it comes to reliability and value-for-money. The range also includes home heating automation, where your radiator valves can be controlled via your smart phone - a great innovation. If you have any queries, donít hesitate to get in touch. Our technical sales team will be more than happy to assist you!
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Controlling the heating in your home can be achieved in many ways - from Radiators Valves on a Radiator to Programmers and Timeswitches which can control when and what your Central Heating Boiler is required to heat.
About Heating ControlsTo heat your home efficiently with as little heat and fuel as possible - then the right heating controls are just as important as the correct boiler. Heating controls give you the freedom to control when the heating is on, what temperature it is, and what rooms in your home/building you want to heat.
A saving of 17% on your entire heating bill can be achieved by fitting the right heating control in the right location in your home. Furthermore, it has been calculated that if you were to fit the right set of heating controls, and a condensing boiler, your home heating saving could rise to as much as 40%.
Once you have installed the controls, it is important to ensure they are used correctly. This is the easiest way to keep your rooms at a comfortable temperature and in doing so, they'll help to reduce your household's fuel bills and CO2 emissions, too.
What do you mean by a full set of heating controls?A properly controlled heating system should typically have:
What choice do I have with Radiator Valves?Radiator Valves come as either manual radiator valves or thermostatic radiator valves. The style of radiator valve you choose, such as traditional radiator valves or modern radiator valves, is sometimes determined by the style of radiator you choose for your home. If the pipework leading up to you radiator comes up from the floor, you will normally choose angled radiator valves. However, if the pipework connects horizontally to your radiator, you will choose straight radiator valves.
The angle radiator valve is by far the most common type of valve purchased. So, whether your home radiators need to be white radiator valves or TRV radiator valves, were sure that when you buy radiator valves from heatandplumb.com, you will have found the best place to find cheap radiator valves.
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