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Archives: November 2014

    10 Ways to keep your home warm without turning on the heating

    With ever soaring energy bills, it's a good idea to look at alternative ways of keeping your home warm that don't involve turning on the heating! Here are 10 surprisingly simple but cost effective strategies from the team at Anchor Pumps to help you keep heating costs down this winter… 1. Open up those curtains and blinds on sunny days... Read more

    5 Home heating myths that could be costing you money!

    Heating our homes is one of the biggest expenses that we face, so anything we can do to keep costs down is worthwhile. Controlling your system properly is the first step, yet despite the fact that heating controls are fairly simple, many people don't really understand how they work or most importantly how to use them effectively. ... Read more

    8 Steps to install a central heating pump

    Central heating pumps are the most vital components of any building’s heating system. They are installed alongside a boiler and lie at the heart of the entire system, circulating hot water from the boiler through ducts to radiators and cooled water back to the boiler to be reheated. Well-maintained central heating pumps can last for years, but they can and... Read more

    Q&A: KSB Pumps Sales Engineer, Jon Stanley

    The Anchor Pumps team take great pride in building long lasting relationships with our manufacturers, and KSB Pumps is no exception! With over 130 years’ experience within the pump industry, KSB provide only the highest quality products which are extremely popular with Anchor Pumps customers. We spoke with our KSB Pumps sales representative Jon Stanley to find out... Read more

    8 Hilarious DIY bathroom fails

    In a world of DIY enthusiasts, how do you separate the makers from the breakers? With the humility of knowing that we have all made a DIY blunder at some stage, we should (try) to be tolerant of others' mistakes. Who hasn't laid a few crooked tiles, cut the skirting just an inch too short or stood back and... Read more

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