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5 ways you can cut electricity bills


Do you worry about your electricity bills at home? Here are 5 super simple ways to cut your bills down considerably. 1. Save £300 when using a price comparison site. Price comparison sites are the quickest way to find the cheapest tariff. And if you choose a fixed term contract you can save up to £300 a year. If you are near the end of your contract you can always haggle with your current provider to see if they will beat the best price you can find online. 2. Pay by direct debit save £100. Many utility companies offer big discounts if you pay them by direct debit. And opt to go paperless (i.e. you receive all your bill by e ...

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Effectively remove damp from your caravan this winter


With autumn and winter just around the corner, many caravan and mobile home owners will be soon be facing a battle against damp and condensation. Our English climate is not particularly caravan friendly and many mobile homes and caravans will suffer the unpleasant side effects of damp; black mould. This pervasive black growth can get into flooring, walls, carpets and seating and can cause serious chest infections. In short, it’s not the sort of thing you want in a caravan. Dampness and condensation can be greatly minimized with ventilation and airing. But when the rain is horizontal outside it is not always a good option. Most caravans ...

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Forecasters predict a big freeze this winter


According to forecasters at the Met Office, Britain may be facing one of its worst winters since 1950. The last time the UK had an icy winter was in the period 2009/10 where temperatures dropped to -22.3C in parts of Scotland and there was record snowfall in many parts of the country. Experts are predicting that the “El Nino” weather phenomenon will cause temperatures in the UK to plummet this winter. What is an El Nino This is a complex weather pattern that occurs when ocean temperatures rise in the Pacific (next to South America) due to a change in wind direction. This heat up of the ocean in the Pacific has knock on effects in ...

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Ways to reduce damp and mould in a home


Winter is nearly upon us and there is an unmistakable chill in the air. For many of us this can also mean fighting damp in cold, hard to heat houses. What are the best ways to combat this? Damp, mould and condensation build up is a common problem in many British homes. Our British weather, which is probably best described as pretty damp and not particularly warm for much of the year, often does nothing but exacerbate damp issues in a property. What causes mould and damp? Having too much moisture in a property causes mould and damp in houses. Condensation will start to show when the air in a property cannot hold any more moisture. Common ca ...

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Will Britain get a white Christmas this year?


Despite still being in Autumn, experts are predicting the UK will have its harshest winter as ocean temperatures drop. Although October is not yet over, forecasters have issued early warnings for the UK to expect freezing temperatures and possible blizzards. Some forecasters are predicting a possible "36 days of snow" as a powerful El Nino and dropping air pressure over the Arctic threatens the UK with dismal weather. Bookies are slashing odds on the UK having the coldest winter for 5 years and even having a white Christmas. Elsewhere, some reports have mentioned the price of used 4x4s has increased 17.6% since August as people prep ...

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Alternatives to convection heating


What options do you have when convection based heating is not an option? In the UK, convection based heating is one of the most common ways to heat a room or space. This form of heating relies on heating air and circulating it in order to heat a room. A normal UK central heating system is based on the same technology. The Romans were one of the first to invent the wet pipe system whereby hot water is passed around a property in order to heat it. Aside from the addition of radiators, not a lot has changed since then! Examples of convection based heating Storage heaters – these heavy heaters will release warm air over a number of hours in ...

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