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Just around the corner, Heating and Plumbing Central, are accredited Gas Safe Engineers (previously Corgi) with over 30 years experience in the repair and installation of all makes of gas boilers, commercial or domestic. 80% of all boilers repaired on the first Visit. Thousands of satisfied customers, 65% regular customers. Voted Best Company for Customer Care.When you call Heating and Plumbing Central on 020 8099 7576 you get:
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Underfloor heating may seem like a relatively new technology winning hearts around the UK in recent years. However, you may be surprised to learn that it dates back to Roman times, where under floor ducts used to pump hot air (from a central furnace) around the house. Clearly the technology has gone a long way since then, and moder systems offer excellent performance and good value for money. Britain is full of homes that are heated by "traditional" sources like wall hung radiator units, forced air systems and gas and oil boilers. More and more, however, underfloor heating systems are being installed. These system makes use of radiant heat conduit dovetailed together with mechanisms that conduct heat. Forced air systems use a convection mechanism to warm up air and then blow it out into the various rooms of a home. Underfloor systems output can be spread throughout a house through a variety of mediums such as water. Though underfloor heating feels like a modern convenience it...
If you use gas, wood, oil, or coal as fuel for your home, you and your family may be at risk for carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Carbon monoxide is extremely difficult to detect because it is colourless and has no smell or taste. Although carbon-based fuels are safe to use under proper conditions, these fuels become quite dangerous when they do not burn completely and emit CO into the air. The haemoglobin in the blood connects with carbon monoxide that is breathed into the body. Haemoglobin is the oxygen-carrying portion of the red blood cells. Carbon monoxide restricts the haemoglobins ability to carry oxygen throughout the body, and the bodys tissues, organs, and cells begin to die. Brain damage, paralysis and even death can occur from only small amounts of carbon monoxide that are breathed in over long periods of time. Someone with carbon monoxide poisoning may incorrectly diagnose the symptoms as being caused by another ailment. The symptoms of CO poisoning are very simil...
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