Don’t let problems with your boiler leave you in the cold this winter. Here are some songs about being cold that you certainly don’t want to be singing this winter:
Cold As Ice – Foreigner
When your boiler hasn’t been on all summer, you might find problems arise when you first turn it on again when the temperature drops. To avoid becoming as ‘cold as ice’, have your boiler serviced in late summer or early autumn so you can ensure you stay toasty this winter.
Ice Ice Baby – Vanilla Ice
Remember when the temperatures drop, particularly below freezing, ensure pipes don’t freeze. You can do this by insulating pipes or by keeping the central heating on a low setting throughout the day to keep warmth in the system. Frozen pipes can split, leading to leaks and expensive repair bills!
Baby, It’s Cold Outside – Rod Stewart & Dolly Parton
Not many of us can snuggle up in front of a roaring fire even though that’s what we’d love to do when it’s freezing outside. However, most homes rely on central heating to provide that cosy warmth so it’s important to take some time considering how best to maintain this system so it serves you for many years to come.
Cold Water – Major Lazer
Cold showers? Washing in cold water? Not exactly the best way to start the day is it? If you’re struggling to cope with this issue, then be sure to contact a professional right away to restore your lovely warm water and sort out what’s gone wrong. For help with Boiler Repair Gloucester, visit HPR Services boiler repair
These are the songs you’ll want to be singing when you’re warm and cosy at home this winter:
Warm Hot Spot – Roy Orbison
There will be plenty of these around your home when you have an efficient boiler that doesn’t cost you the earth to run and heats all your radiators quickly!
In the Warm Room – Kate Bush
Which one to choose? Every room in the house will be nice and warm. Any radiators that aren’t might need bleeding. If you notice any cold spots on your radiators, it could be a sign of trapped air in the system. Grab a radiator key and bleed your radiators to ensure they are working as efficiently as possible for you.
Keep Warm – Ingrid Michaelson
There are other ways in which you can maximise the benefits of your heating. Keep warm by ensuring you have adequate insulation, there are no gaps in windows and doors where draughts can leak through and that large furniture items are not placed in front of radiators, for example.
Warm and Beautiful – Paul McCartney & Wings
Have the home you deserve by treating your boiler to a bit of TLC every now and then. You’ll be grateful in the long run as your boiler will last longer and run better, saving you money and providing everything you need to make it through the harsh winter weather.