• The Pros and Cons of an Air to Air Heat Pump

    29. September 2015
    The air to air heat pumps are enjoying a special interest, mainly due to the ease of operation, and relatively low operational as well as installation costs. Namely, this is the device we chose to focus our attention on in the following lines.
  • Electric Radiators Types

    29. July 2015
    Since their first emergence on the market, the electric radiators have gone through a series of technical improvements, and what used to be a bulky, heavy and an expensive ‘metal beast’, is now a cost efficient and reliable electric heater with an improved temperature control.
  • OFTEC: The Leading Oil Boiler Servicing Organization

    29. July 2015
    The OFTEC is a trade association that replaced the former DOBETA (Domestic Oil Burner Equipment Testing Association) in 1991. This association represents the oil heating and cooking industry in the United Kingdom, but it made some progress lately to include renewable energy technologies as an off-gas registration policy.
  • How to Apply for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI)?

    28. January 2015
    If you are planning to install or you have already installed renewable heating technology, you might be eligible for financial support provided by UK Government.
  • Central Heating Pump

    27. October 2015
    Find out how to ensure a proper heat distribution throughout the house by using a central heating pump.
  • Double Glazing: A Small Investment for a Great Comfort

    27. July 2015
    Through centuries, people tend to recon that a large amount of heat deperdition is due to the bad insulation of door and windows, as well as walls. Some researches have been conducted in the past to measure the volume of air that goes through doors and windows when those are closed; and the results are staggering! To counteract this phenomenon, an easy method has arisen called double glazing.
  • Combining Heat Pumps and Solar Panel Heating

    24. July 2015
    The heat pumps’ and solar panels’ energy efficiency rates coupled with their eco friendliness, makes these the perfect choice for those who are concerned about the impact they make on the environment while looking to get the best return on their initial investment.
  • Air Source Heat Pump Performance

    24. June 2014
    Performance indicators like SPF and COP can not only guide your decision when choosing among air source heat pumps, but can also make you understand air source heat pump dependence on outside temperature fluctuations.
  • How To Deal With Domestic Damp and Mould?

    23. July 2015
    Damp and Mould are often considered as plague by homeowner. Indeed, it is quite hard to eradicate it when installed in your walls. However, some easy actions can be adopted in order to reduce its impact and propagation.
  • Radiator Covers

    23. June 2015
    A radiator cover has the potential of transforming the unattractive look of your radiator into an eye-catching appearance that will impress your guests and make sure not to ruin the room’s furnishing style.
  • Why Install A Heat Pump During Spring?

    19. March 2015
    We have just said goodbye to the cold winter weather, and with the spring just around the corner, it is time to start thinking about how you will keep your house cool during the extremely hot days.
  • Central Heating Radiators

    17. July 2015
    Central heating radiators or heat convectors are specially designed heat exchangers that generally consist of individual column sections, which are connected to each other through a network of internal channels.
  • Guide: Is Economy 7 the Best Saving Solution?

    17. June 2014
    What is Economy 7? How does it work? Will I reduce my utility bill if I switch to Economy 7 tariff? Before switching to Economy 7, think of the type of heating solution you already have and whether it would be a better idea to replace it instead.
  • Gas Safe Register

    16. July 2015
    Have you heard about this certification but you don’t know what it actually implies? This blog post answers your questions by providing you with detailed information!
  • Why Is It Worth Investing In A Wood Burning Stove?

    14. July 2015
    Ever since the dawn of civilization, mankind have used wood logs as raw materials for heating their homes, making the most of the benefits an open fire had to offer. Over the centuries wood burning stoves or conventional fireplaces became an essential part of the British household culture.
  • Wood Burning vs Multi-Fuel Stoves

    13. November 2015
    Woodburning and multifuel stoves are heating appliances that burn different types of fuel. What differentiates them and which one should you choose?
  • Fan Heater: Combining Style and Practicality

    13. August 2015
    An additional heating source, that is portable and can instantly provide the required level of heating, and which might prove handy in the case of a central heating system breakdown.
  • The Benefits Of Ground Source Heat Pumps

    13. July 2015
    Find out how a ground source heat pump can increase the energy efficiency of your central heating system and provide added value to your home.
  • Shall I Choose a Heating Pump, a Furnace or Another Heating System?

    Shall I Choose a Heating Pump, a Furnace or Another Heating System?

    12. June 2014
    Are you about to make the next big maintenance investment in your existing heating system? Are you building a new house? Have you considered a sustainable heating solution like heat pumps? If yes, think about the practical considerations before installing a heat pump.
  • Boilers vs Heat Pumps

    11. September 2015
    With the rising popularity of renewable energy sources, the use of nontraditional heating systems witnessed an increasing interest from the household owners as well. Still, some would tend to believe that certain renewable energy technologies are better than others.
  • Gas Heater: an Optimal Solution for Summer House Heating

    11. August 2015
    A gas heater delivers an ingenious and cost-efficient solution to home heating that can be used during the heating season as well as during the cold summer days.
  • 14 Central Heating Problems & Solutions

    11. July 2014
    We try to provide an overview of some common problems with the central heating and possible actions to take. If you aren't brave enough to try fixing the problem yourself, you will at least be well-informed when your plumber or handyman drops by.
  • Central Heating Systems - The Hydronic System

    09. September 2014
    Read this summary if you wish to know how a hydronic system works, is installed and its benefits.
  • Central Heating Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC)

    08. December 2015
    Even if you might have come across the HVAC acronym while searching for air conditioning or home heating solutions, you might still wonder what it stands for. Thus, we invite you to learn more about how you can save on energy bills by integrating your house heating, air ventilation and conditioning in a HVAC system.
  • Comparing Air to Water and Water to Water Heat Pumps

    07. October 2015
    In the following lines of this short but, we hope, insightful post we decided to address some of the features that are characteristic for one of the, maybe less common but not less-efficient, heat pumps: namely, the air to water and water to water.
  • Boiler Maintenance

    06. July 2015
    A boiler is most of the time an important investment. Even if it benefits from an extended warranty of 5 to 7 years, you can still lose money waiting for reparator to come to fix it while it is leaking.
  • 3 Important Things to Keep in Mind When Looking for Boilers

    05. August 2015
    With a variety of options to choose from, getting the right boiler for your home might prove a puzzling task. Therefore, before buying a boiler, you have to check thoroughly all the available information about boilers.
  • Ground Source Heating - Everything You Need to Know

    05. August 2014
    Energy from the ground can now be used to heat or cool your home. Thanks to ground source heat pumps, heat stored in the upper layers of Earth can be transferred to your home.This heat can be used to heat radiators, underfloor systems, HVAC systems and hot water in your home.
  • Boiler Insurance

    04. December 2015
    Are you worried about expensive repair bills in case of boiler breakdowns? Maybe a boiler insurance is what you need. Here's what you need to know.
  • Debunking the Myths About Wood Pellet Boilers

    04. September 2015
    When discussing the reasonability of using wood pellets as a heating source for biomass boilers, some of the arising questions are more common than others. Thus, we decided to select the 9 most popular wood pellets myths and reveal what is true and what is not about them.
  • A Guide to Increase the Energy Efficiency in your Home

    04. August 2015
    At GreenMatch we decided to simplify your life by listing the measures you can take to make your house more energy efficient and cut your energy bill.
  • What is the Difference Between Solar Panels and Solar Water Heaters?

    What is the Difference Between Solar Panels and Solar Water Heaters?

    02. September 2015
    Find out about how these two systems work, what they have in common and what makes them different.
  • Are Log Burners Good for You and the Environment?

    01. December 2015
    Log burners are not just for the countryside anymore. Find out why brits love them so much and what are the possible drawbacks