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Your Guide to Heating in the Workplace

By law, your place of work is required to meet a ‘reasonable’ temperature that is different based on the nature of the work taking place. This temperature should be reached without the requirement of special clothing and if this is not achieved, steps should be taken. 

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Prepare for Winter

There are many myths about what can and can’t make us lose heat during the winter such as turning up your thermostat to heat a room quicker. Ensure that you are knowledgeable about what is saving or losing you heat and prepare for the looming cold months.

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All about Oil Boilers

An oil-fuelled boiler is perfect for any home that does not have a mains gas connection as oil is delivered by road and stored in a tank that can be purchased or rented. In the case of a power outage, oil boilers still supply hot water so are ideal for areas that have unreliable electricity.  

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Preventing Heat Loss Through Home Insulation

Heat will always attempt to move from a warm space, into a cold one. Essentially, the heat in your home is lost through the roof, windows, walls, floors and gaps around your door. Insulation is key to solving these issues and although it can be costly and sometimes time consuming, you can save a great deal in monthly bills.

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Do I Repair or Replace My Boiler?

It is often difficult to discern whether your old boiler needs to be repaired or replaced and sometimes you wonder if you are getting the most for your money. We bring you factors which would encourage a replacement against factors which would suggest a simple repair would be enough.

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The Benefits of Underfloor Heating

We know that new technologies can be daunting, especially those that require taking up your flooring, but with all the facts you can now make changes to your home that could save money and provide greater all round comfort. So here we bring you the benefits of investing in either water based or electronic underfloor heating (UFH). 

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Myths of the Wood Burner

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.

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A First Time Homeowner's Guide to Heating

We know that the fun part about purchasing a new home isn’t always the heating and energy efficiency, however ensuring that the heat of your property is efficiently maintained can save you wasted money.

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The Future of Heating

Whilst some may see the future of Heating as an evolution towards the absurd, such as Ice-heating, here at Swale Heating we believe that smart technologies are the answer to moving forward within the digital age.

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How to Bleed a Radiator

Bubbles in your central heating system can stop hot water from successfully circulating around your home, preventing radiators from reaching their potential heat and making the entire heating process slower.

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Demelza & Swale Heating Partnership

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. 

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Swale Heating Celebrates Hat Trick Of Accreditations

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.

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Laser Eye Surgery Clinic Listens To Second Opinion

Swale Heating saved a prestigious Harley Street clinic thousands of pounds by recommending a chemical flush over another company’s full boiler replacement.

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Think CARBON To Keep Your Family Safe On Holiday

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.

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How Safe is Your Boiler?

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’. 

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