Heater Hire Blog Articles

Five signs your boiler may need replacing

Watch out for the common signs below which may indicate that your boiler needs replacing. If you notice that your boiler is having any of these signs, have it looked at straight away to help avoid complete breakdown.

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Solutions to your sludge problems

All central heating systems have the potential to start corroding from the time of installation and commission. So how do you protect yours?

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Do you have a sludge problem?

Are you suffering with an inefficient central heating system? Radiators that don’t heat up properly? A noisy system? Or perhaps you need to keep replacing boiler parts. If so, the chances are, you could have a buildup of sludge. What is ‘Sludge’? Magnetite, commonly referred to as sludge, is the black substance comprised of dissolved […]

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The Importance of Thermostatic Mixing Valves

Tourist Kalyani Uthaman tragically died in 2012 after being scalded by her shower. She was staying at a Scottish hotel, while on holiday from India with her family. Having suffered 25% burns to her body, Kalyani was in intensive care for six weeks. She later died from multiple organ failure, which doctors claim was caused […]

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Who do we argue with over the temperature in our homes?

We surveyed 1,000 people across the UK, asking them one simple question; Who do we argue with over the temperature in our homes?

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Is Your Workplace Home to ‘The Silent Killer’?

Dubbed as the “silent killer”, carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas which is produced by the incomplete combustion of carbon based fuels; usually a result of inadequate air for fuel-fired appliances or engines to work correctly. Most commonly associated with domestic boilers, it is important to note that carbon monoxide poisoning is a risk anywhere […]

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Avoid disruption and unnecessary costs. Now is the time to look at a contingency plan.

How reliable is your boiler? With spring and summer fast approaching, now is the ideal time to work on your boiler breakdown recovery plan. The majority of organisations switch on their boilers for heating in October, this only gives you a few weeks to prepare. Take a moment to imagine the consequences of a boiler […]

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Electric Portable Boilers for Temporary Heating and Drying

The Issues with Waiting for Plaster to Dry Ideal Heat are frequently approached by people from a range of sectors requesting advice about temporary heating methods. Property developers are left frustrated by delays as construction halts while waiting for screed or plaster to dry. Historically, property developers have found existing boilers lacking for a variety […]

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