More often than not, our engineers have found that many of the public are misinformed about what is fact concerning wood burners and stoves and what is fiction. To help you, we have composed a list of frequent misconceptions of wood burners and the real truth.
Demelza Hospice, located in Sittingbourne and in South East London, provides care and support to babies, children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening medical conditions.
Company leads the way in its commitment to customer service excellence, environmental management, and health & safety
Swale Heating has achieved a hat trick of internationally recognised standards, underlining its reputation as one of the leading independently-owned heating companies in the UK.
Swale Heating saved a prestigious Harley Street clinic thousands of pounds by recommending a chemical flush over another company’s full boiler replacement.
Online searches and bookings for staycations in summer 2017 have jumped by almost 25% over the past year, according to travel marketing group Sojern*. And Visit Britain is predicting a bumper summer for the domestic tourism industry as the weak pound makes holidaying in the UK a more attractive proposition for families.
Often a faulty or damaged boiler isn’t dangerous but will significantly reduce in terms of performance and efficiency, making bills more expensive and your home harder to heat. However there are occasions when old, poorly maintained or damaged boilers can release toxic Carbon Monoxide gas commonly known as the ‘silent killer’.
Spring and summer may seem an unlikely time to think about heating your home but making a few basic changes during the warmer months could really pay dividends when winter comes along.
An article was published about Swale Heating in the Borehamwood and Elstree Times stipulating that a resident was left without heating and hot water for nine days without contact from Swale Heating. A statement has been issued by the Borehamwood and Elstree Times correcting inaccurate statements.
A schoolgirl from Maidstone is fronting a unique TV campaign to raise awareness of Demelza Hospice Care for Children in the South East.
Caitlin Goodsell (11) from Kingswood, who is herself helped by the children’s charity, recites a poem which accompanies a 30-second commercial going out in the Meridian and London region promoting the work of Demelza.