HeatingSave reduces heating costs in Wolverhampton
Mr. Bradley lives in a period house set in its own grounds in Penn near Wolverhampton. As with many old houses, keeping the heating bill low is difficult. This is partly due to the size of the property and partly because of the materials used to construct the house.
Stonycroft House cuts the cost of oil with HeatingSave
Stonycroft House is a substantial house in the delightful village of Edmondthorpe in Leicestershire. It is heated by a large oil fired boiler that has zone valves to control the flow of heat to the hot water cylinders and radiators.
Ely Fire Station makes gas savings with HeatingSave
Ely Fire Station handles fire safety in the medieval Cathedral City of Ely which situated 14 miles (23 km) north-northeast of Cambridge. The station is part of Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service, whose community work includes developing a campaign to reduce the number of kitchen fires.
HeatingSave cuts heating oil bills for Alconbury House
Alconbury House is a large, imposing Georgian house located in the beautiful surroundings of Alconbury, Cambridgeshire. The house was built in the first half of the 19’th century and is a Grade 2 listed building.
Norfolk Residential Care Home saves on gas bills with HeatingSave
Avery Lodge is a privately owned Residential Care Home situated in the traditional east Norfolk seaside resort of Great Yarmouth. Owner Karl Hodgins runs it with his wife Sheryl, who is the day-to-day manager. It contains mainly elderly residents and like most care homes it proves very expensive to heat, doubly so as it is also an older building.
Hillview School for Girls in Kent saves on bills via HeatingSave
Hillview School for Girls is a large secondary school located on the southern edge of Tonbridge in Kent. There are 1,300 pupils aged 11-18, plus 180 staff.
HeatingSave saves fuel in West London
Dr. Jones lives in a basement apartment in London, W14. Whilst this is not a large dwelling to heat, Dr. Jones was keen to keep his heating bills to a minimum. One of his main problems is that he is often away from home and some of this absence is impromptu and unplanned.
HeatingSave cuts fuel bills in Hail Weston
Pamela and Ian Wilkie live in a Grade 2 listed building at Hail Weston, in Cambridgeshire, which is the oldest house in the village. Because the home is very old (dated from 1535) it has no insulation apart from the roof and no cavity walls. The only part of the four-bedroom four-reception room property with proper insulation is a new wing.