Heating controller calculates savings to offset higher British Gas bills
British Gas has announced a 7% rise in gas and electricity bills this winter, the increase coming into effect on December 10. The company said this was the result of rising wholesale prices. The energy giant said prices for those on a typical dual-fuel deal would go up by £1.50 a week, but its 300,000 most vulnerable customers would initially not be charged more. The rise affects eight million customers, and British Gas is the second major UK energy supplier to hike prices for winter.
Now is the time to replace your central heating clock with a HeatingSave controller, which can save you £100’s off your heating bill and beat those rising winter fuel bills. The only way is up with gas prices, as 2008 alone saw a 42% increase. HeatingSave has a microprocessor connected to a number of temperature sensors measuring the external outside temperature, room, hot water tank and heating flow and return temperatures. The internal computer constantly calculates and improves the efficiency of your central heating system, and it usually pays for itself in less than a year.