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There are ways to keep your energy bill from going up too much, even though heating will make it go up. Here are some changes you can make to keep your heating bills in check this winter:


People who use heating systems should have them checked and fixed on a regular basis. Gas Safe registered engineers thoroughly examine the equipment to make sure it’s working as well as it can. Normal wear and tear are fixed, as well as any simple maintenance problems that have come up. This keeps them from getting worse, which would make fixing them cost more in the long run. You may also need to have a new boiler installed. We can help with L & P Heating.

Check Prices

Prices go up and down because the oil market isn’t stable. This will hurt a lot of people who heat their houses and apartments with gas in the winter. If the price of oil goes down, rates might go down, but it’s much more likely that they will go up. So, if you switch to electricity, you could start saving money right away.

Protect Against Draughts

Make your home a soft, warm, and cosy place. Things like thick curtains, rugs, and draught stoppers that keep the heat in are great. Find out how to make a draught blocker at home with stuff you already have.

Look After Your Radiators

Air often gets stuck in radiators, making it harder for hot water to flow through your heating system and keeping you from getting as warm as you could. Getting air out of your heating system or “bleeding” your radiators is easy when you know how. Now is the time to learn more about your radiators. You can watch an easy video online from Wickes that shows how to bleed a radiator. It can even make your radiators quieter, which is even better.