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All our work comes with a full guarantee. Central Heating Repairs For central heating repairs call Hendleys Heating today and we will arrange for one of our friendly and efficient gas safe registered engineers to visit you as soon as possible. Our engineers will quickly and efficiently diagnose your problem and repair your central heating to get you back up and running quickly. Central Heating Servicing Regular servicing of your central heating system is the key to a long-lasting and reliable system. An annual service to your central heating is a cost effective way of keeping it running efficiently and will ensure you keep warm all year round. Think of it as your central heating systems equivalent of an MOT.
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Your Central Heating May Be The Reason You Feel Ill: Here’s What To Do To Avoid It | Mail Online

There may be other consequences to adjusting the air indoors. Here, we take a look at what you should be doing to avoid potential illnesses. Turning down the thermostat may shed pounds as cold activates calorie-burning ‘brown fat’ Heat every room ‘Temperature changes can affect the circulation quite dramatically,’ says Dr Maurice Pye, consultant cardiologist at York Hospital. ‘If you go from hot to cold, that can increase your blood pressure in a way that can affect blood supply to the heart. It causes a reflex that narrows the arteries, which reduces the blood supply to the heart muscle. This can cause angina, heart attacks or changes in heart rhythm.
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Central, North Nominees Brave Summer Heat, Walk Across Assembly Segments To Seek Votes – The New Indian Express

Bala enjoyed lunch with his team members in one of the restaurants on Koramangalas 80 Feet Road. Bala then went to Brigade Road, meeting people on the way, and walked till MG Road to catch the evening Metro train towards Byappanahalli. JD(S) candidate Nandini Alva started her day by visiting her mentor H D Deve Gowda at his residence to seek his blessings. She returned home to participate in a homa. Later, she started her campaign after visiting the Shiva Temple at Sadashivanagar. After campaigning for some time in a few apartment complexes in the vicinity, she went to Gandhinagar Assembly constituency to meet a religious head who had come from Ajmer Dargha North Constituency Meanwhile, Congress candidate for North C Narayanswamy on Wednesday met veteran leader C K Jaffer Sharief at his residence and sought his support. Narayanswamy told Express: When I joined Congress officially in 2013, Sharief told me to contest from North. I was surprised and asked him about his plan. He said he will not contest from here. Narayanswamys day began at 5:30 am.
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Did You Know?: Engineering Administration Building And Retired Heating And Power Plant-north

(Purdue University photo / Mark Simons) Download Photo In the fall, the Engineering Administration Building and the retired Heating and Power Plant-North — two campus buildings that have been instrumental in the history of Purdue — will no longer appear on campus maps. The buildings will be torn down at the end of this academic year to make way for the Active Learning Center. As is anticipated for the new center, the two old buildings have stood in a central place geographically and functionally on campus. Built in 1924, the Heating and Power Plant-North (HPN) was built to meet the growing demand for power on the West Lafayette campus. The existing power plant, built in 1903, could not provide adequate heat and electricity to Smith Hall, the Armory, Stanley Coulter Hall and the Home Economics and Recitation buildings, all erected after the power plant was opened, in addition to the original campus buildings. With the Electrical Building and the Purdue Memorial Union opening in 1924, the Heating and Power Plant-North was constructed to replace the existing plant. When functional, the newer power plant had a boiler room, generator room, rooms on the ground floor and a 15-by-250-foot smokestack. The plant used four batteries of two boilers each, a 75,000-gallon water tank and a 30-foot switchboard among other equipment to provide heat and electricity. The power plant was retired in 1991 after a new boiler was added to Wade Utility Plant at the southern edge of campus.
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100 Houses In Horwich Get Gas Central Heating (from The Bolton News)

It’s good to see them getting something though.” * Your name Please note we will not accept reports with HTML tags or URLs in them. Enter the above word in the box below Report comment 100 houses in Horwich get gas central heating 9:53am Wednesday 9th April 2014 in News By Liam Thorp , Reporter From left, Julie Hilling MP, Jackie Smith, resident, John Bilsborough, neighbourhood officer, Places for People, and Ken Whowell, chair, Residents Association A COMMUNITY at risk of being broken up because of high energy bills can stay together thanks to new gas central heating. People living in 100 houses in the Claypool Estate, Horwich , many of whom are elderly, were struggling with the high costs of heating their homes with electric energy. It can cost three or four times as much to heat a home using electricity instead of gas, with the average fuel cost for water and heating for electricity 1,700 a year compared to gas at 700 if a combi condensing boiler is fitted. So, the Claypool Residents Association began working with housing provider Places for People and Bolton West MP Julie Hilling to put forward an application for an installation grant for gas central heating for the area. Places for People then obtained national grid support for the cost of the pipeline into the estate and funded the conversion to gas central heating. Work started in July last year and now a new pipeline has been fitted and all 100 properties have been transferred to a gas supply for their heating. One resident benefiting from the switch is Roy Greenhalgh, aged 65, of Poplar Avenue, who also chairs the residents association. He said: For the 40 years, since the estate was built, these houses used storage heaters, which would release heat in the daytime but go off at night and leave people cold in their homes.
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