A central heating system will run constantly at the same rate throughout the whole day if left to do so at it”s own devise. Which when required to be used is ideal, but what if you work throughout the day and are only in at night? Think of all the wasted energy used when your central heating system is wasting unneeded energy when your property is vacant, well Central Heating Controls could be the answer for you.

Adding Central Heating Controls to your system, whether they are inbuilt or external, will make the overall system more efficient and provide you with more consistent levels of home comfort and enjoyment. Here at BHL, we supply a wide variety and comprehensive stock range of Central Heating Controls to ensure that you find the right Central Heating Controls for you and your home. It is worth noting also that to comply with Part L of the Building Regulations you must have at least some central heating control as part of your heating system, even if it is a simple room thermostat.

As well as providing you with greater flexibility and comfort, Central Heating Controls play an important part in energy saving. For the relatively low additional investment when upgrading your gas boiler, oil boiler and central heating system, Central Heating Controls can save up to 10% of your energy usage. Furthermore, Central Heating Controls can now be used within underfloor heating systems with compatible controls to aid in the overall efficiency and effectiveness of your underfloor heating system in the same means as a general central heating system.

Central Heating Standard Specification focuses on the central heating system and highlights recommended best practice. An installer following the CHeSS best practice guidelines will install these Central Heating Controls; a programmer, a room thermostat, a cylinder thermostat, a boiler interlock, thermostatic radiator valves (TRV”s) on all radiators and an on new heating installations. All of the above components ensure that when installing a condensing boiler, that it operates to it”s maximum efficiency and that you minimise wasted energy.

A revolution in the past few years in Central Heating Control technology is the introduction of the weather compensator. A Weather Compensator is a sensor that is fitted and mounted onto the northern side of the house which measure the outdoor temperature. The Weather Compensator then determines how warm the water in the heating system needs to be, in order to ensure the requested room temperature inside the house is suitable in comparison to the temperature outside. As a result, the Weather Compensator ensures that you get the comfort temperature you want with the energy consumption that your central heating system uses is at a minimum around the clock, 24 hours a day.

To provide a comprehensive and ideal solution to your central heating control system dilemma, at BHL we have now created S Plan and Y Plan control packs which when complete as a set, contain all the essentials of a basic central heating control system such as; motorised valves, pipe thermostats and heating timers, which for a fraction of the cost, can begin to save you money annually on your central heating and domestic hot water bills.

We supply a wide range of Heating Controls online from leading manufacturers including Honeywell Heating Controls, Danfoss Heating Controls, Drayton Heating Controls, Horstmann Heating Controls and Sunvic Heating Controls.

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