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Kensign Engineering Offer. Boiler Grant. £300

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Kensign Engineering Offer.  Boiler Grant. £300 off

If your current boiler’s seen better days then why not invest in a brand new one. We’ve teamed up with HPS Boiler supplies to bring you this Boiler Grant great offer of £300 off a new boiler for a limited time only.

Don’t miss out – offer ends 30 March 2017.

The cost of installing a new or replacement boiler is often more expensive than the boiler itself, so you need to know what to expect before you contact a Kensign Engineering. This isn’t a job you can do yourself to cut costs, unless you’re a Gas Safe registered installer.

Boiler installation costs vary enormously, depending on how much work is required, the parts needed and their availability, where you live and who you employ for the job. Following the boiler scrappage scheme in 2010, which allowed those with an inefficient boilers to claim back cash to help them pay for a new boiler, a freedom of information request revealed energy companies were charging, on average, around a third more than independent traders.
Independent installers come out on top when it comes to value for money, quality of workmanship and after sales service. Ask about the Boiler Grant

Boiler replacement. With A Boiler Grant

If your boiler is beginning to break down, and is more than 10 years old, it might be more cost effective to replace your old boiler with a new one. Spare parts are harder to come by as your boiler gets older.

please contact us for further information


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How to Save Energy and Money on your Central Heating

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Simply turning the central heating down by a degree or two can make a significant difference to your energy consumption but here are some simple tips to save energy on your central heating:

  • Use your central heating timer (not the thermostat) to turn heating on and off.
  • Keep your radiators clear. For example, don’t put a sofa in front of your radiator, because it will absorb a lot of the heat.
  • If your radiators are fixed to the outside wall, put radiator panels behind them to reflect the heat back into the room.
  • Use thermal curtains (or just heavy ones) during the winter, and close them at dusk so heat doesn’t escape through the windows.
  • For properties with high ceilings, placing a shelf just above the radiator helps to deflect the heat into the centre of the room rather than it drifting straight up to the ceiling.
  • Get a draught excluder – you could save up to £35 a year when you get rid of all the draughts in your house. [2]
  • Install insulation. Cavity wall insulation could save you around £160 a year and loft installation could save around £140.
  •  Fit double glazing so heat doesn’t escape through your windows.