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Peter Brown plumbing & heating Co launches improved beautiful bathrooms product in Harrow

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Peter Brown plumbing & heating Co opens new smart thermostat installation offer in Harrow, London. Here are a few home heating, plumbing and energy saving tricks from Peter Brown, a proud to be a well respected, reliable and family run plumbing, boiler and central heating expert in Harrow offering fantastic levels of service.

Your bathroom is one of the most important rooms in your home. It can be an oasis of relaxation from the word in general and it can also be a very practical room. Peter Brown bathrooms in Harrow offer a full service from planning, design to installation and aftercare. Our designers pride themselves on sketching up the plans for our customers’ perfect bathrooms and our bathroom fitters work with precision and professionalism to deliver the most satisfying, stylish, and elegant end result. Our bathroom specialists will do everything – from stripping out and disposing of your old bathroom, to sourcing and supplying of all fittings, building works, plumbing, plastering, tiling and safely installing the electrics for your beautifully designed bathroom. The whole process starts with a meeting between you and your designer. Once you’re happy with the design work and we’ve agreed a date for your bathroom fitters to start, you’re then in the care of an experienced and quality-focused project manager, responsible for seeing through the installation from stripping out your old bathroom to signing off on your new one. Discover more info at https://www.peterbrown.net/harrow-beautiful-bathrooms.html.

Cover bare floorboards. Floors account for as much as 10% of heat loss if they’re not insulated, according to the National Energy Foundation (NEF). Carpets came into being for a reason, says Potter. Those with wooden flooring have to deal with heat loss. Rugs and blankets can help mitigate this and have the added bonus of keeping your feet warm. “Sometimes it’s just the psychological element,” says Potter. But if there are cracks or gaps in the flooring it’s a good idea to squirt some filler into them, advises the NEF. “Floorboards and skirting boards can contract, expand or move slightly with everyday use, so you should use a filler that can tolerate movement,” suggests the NEF. These are usually silicone-based.

Top-up your loft insulation: The majority of homes have some loft insulation but many don’t have enough. The recommended depth is 270mm. Cost: Topping up your loft insulation from 120mm to 270mm could cost around £240. Saving: Topping up your loft insulation from 120mm to 270mm will help stop warmth escaping through the roof and could save around £12 a year.

Our smart thermostat installation teams help you get better value and results from your central heating system: With energy bills always on the rise and seemingly colder winters in recent years than in the past, many homeowners are resigned to the cost of their heating and hot water rising every single year. However, with a smart thermostat from Peter Brown, it doesn’t have to be this way. A smart thermostat is the next generation of central heating and hot water control for UK homes. Offering far greater and more precise control than a standard thermostat, you can also keep a running tally on your energy use. A smart thermostat offers you more flexibility in getting the most from your central heating system than ever before. Here at Peter Brown, our smart thermostat installation teams are installing new systems daily across Harrow, London, and the South East. Read more about the five market-leading choices available through us below. Discover additional info on https://www.peterbrown.net/smart-thermostat-installation-harrow.html.

Here’s how to keep your house warm with some easy foil insulation. Cover a thin sheet of card with tinfoil and place it behind your radiators (if you’re feeling particularly crafty you can make it T-shaped so it sits on your radiator brackets). It’ll reflect the heat back into your rooms, meaning they warm up faster and retain more heat. If DIY isn’t your thing, you can also buy ready made foil insulation.