The Heating Helpline Providing Free Energy Saving Leaflets

With energy bills remaining stubbornly high and even speculation they might rise again in the coming months, most families have been anxious to find any way to get these huge bills down; unsurprisingly the Heating Helpline’s series of free leaflets on all aspects of home heating and energy saving have therefore proved very popular – they can be downloaded from the Heating Helpline website www.heatinghelpline.org.uk or call the Helpline on 0800 810 8303 and they will send you a complete pack of all 10.

With energy bills remaining stubbornly high and even speculation they might rise again in the coming months, most families have been anxious to find any way to get these huge bills down; unsurprisingly the Heating Helpline’s series of free leaflets on all aspects of home heating and energy saving have therefore proved very popular – they can be downloaded from the Heating Helpline website http://www.heatinghelpline.org.uk or call the Helpline on 0800 810 8303 and they will send you a complete pack of all 10.

The 10 leaflets are:

Top Energy Saving Tips To Save You Money
Gas Safety – How To Keep Your Family Out Of Harm’s Way
Information For Landlords And Tenants
Why B oiler Maintenance Is Essential
How To Avoid R ogue Traders
What Boiler?
Renewable Energy – All You Need To Know
Energy Grants – What Help Is Available
The Green Deal – Is It For You?
Energy Performance Certificates – What You Need To Know

The Heating Helpline is backed by the long established and highly respected B&ES (Building & Engineering Services Association) and operates 24 hours a day and 363 days a year.

And gratifyingly in these days of automated call centres you can actually talk to a real person at the Heating Helpline – a friendly, knowledgeable adviser who can provide expert advice on a whole range of subjects such as gas safety, boiler selection and maintenance, renewable energies like solar heating, ways to reduce energy bills and how to avoid rogue traders.

The Heating Helpline website also includes an easy to use search facility to find registered, reputable heating engineers in your area.

For more information visit:   http://www.heatinghelpline.org.uk .