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    Keeping the heat in

    Heating Engineers

    Aside from keeping the doors and windows closed and having good insulation, how can I best keep the heat in different rooms throughout the house? I’d like to know how I can best achieve this ahead of the winter.

    Asked by Mo on 7th Sep 2020
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    A2Zstarheatingandplumbingsolutions

    "Loft insulation and underfloor keeps the heat in and the house warm. You might be eligible for a government grant if you meet certain criteria. Also having the right size radiators for each room makes a big difference."

    Answered on 31st Jan 2021 - Member since Dec 2020 - report
    Bubbles Plumbing & Heating

    "Insulating the walls correctly and void in the floors and cealings."

    Answered on 24th Dec 2020 - Member since Oct 2018 - report
    SC Duncan

    "Good Morning, the best thing you can do is close any curtains as soon as dusk occurs. Limit doors being opened even internally. The use of draft excluders (available on amazon) can really help - also try and insulate around any ill fitting doors."

    Answered on 7th Sep 2020 - Member since Aug 2020 - report
    Shannon Gas

    "Loft insulation is cheap to buy and you can fit it yourself around £15 from wickes cover your whole loft and look on line cavity wall spray insulation sometimes free backed by the government"

    Answered on 7th Sep 2020 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
    P H Gas Services

    "Do you have loft insulation 100mm ?
    What sort of heating do you have? Are the radiators the right size for the rooms?"

    Answered on 7th Sep 2020 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
    ER Energy Network

    "Hi, you have answered your own question really in terms of good insulation, upgrading this would help with underfloor and loft unsulation too. Look at the potential heat lost through windows and window edges keeping in mind you need adequate ventilation around the house to remove stagnant air and other household airbourne moistures. Without the mix high potential of damp and mold could occur which ultimately have long term issues in its self."

    Answered on 20th Jan 2021 - Member since Jan 2021 - report

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