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Reduce The Cost of Your Energy Bills
With the cost of energy bills steadily increasing year after year, many are wondering if it will ever let up. Energy prices are already rising more quickly than the average salary, and many people are struggling to pay bills. But there is something you can do about it without the need to change your energy supplier or use complicated wi-fi apps which are themselves a gateway into your smart mobile devices if not secured correctly. ‘Now there are a range of energy smart devices that will both help to reduce your energy bills and help your home to become more energy efficient and safer.
They will allow you to heat and cool your home in a more cost efficient manner and make your home safer. These devices not only save you money off your energy bill but can be used to better protect you and your home from unwanted intruders and reduce the fire hazard for you & your family. They are easy to set up without the need for a professional tradesman to visit your home. Visit www.energysmart.solutions/ to see how you can ‘Stop Burning Money’ and become more energy efficient.
In a typical UK household, more than half the money spent on fuel bills goes towards providing heating and hot water.
HOMES heated by steam or circulating hot water have radiators. It’s likely that a lot of heat is being wasted because the hot water circulates through the system and back to the boiler without ever losing all of its heat to the air inside the house.When this happens, people tend to turn the thermostat higher than normally required, thus adding considerably to the heating bill.
After the hot water heats the radiator, heat is supposed to be radiated into the room. The heat actually warms the air in two ways: by radiation and convection. Older-style free-standing radiators of cast iron consist of multiple sections that allow air to flow through and around. The cast iron stores heat, which will continue radiating out into the room for some time after the heat goes off.
So it stands to reason that the hot water circulating through your central heating system and passing through the radiators is constant and the boiler is burning gas in its main gas burner at a constant rate as well. The radiators are designed in such a way that the heat is radiated off and the air surrounding is then distributed around the room through convection. The boiler is controlled by a thermostat and a timer to ensure this is constant throughout.
For a modest outlay of less than £25 plus P&P, you will receive a remote control device that achieves all that and more with full instructions in its use. We have scoured the markets for such a device and this proved fruitless until now. But its not only the remote device itself that is important, but it is how it is installed and used that will give you maximum savings on your utility bills. On purchase you will be sent a full list of instructions along with the remote device which will allow you to maximise savings without having to change your energy supplier. Rest assured this is the best way to save money on your utility bills and the remote device is only available from Energy Smart Solutions.