If this winter is as harsh as the last, we all need to be prepared to wrap up warm or get our switch the heating. Giving its own take on surviving winter and making sure your home is as energy efficient as possible, Worcester will be sponsoring the new series of Ray Mears’ ‘Wild Britain’ on ITV1, which airs every Friday from now until the middle of December.
The lead in and lead out clips shows seven Worcester installers offering their essential hints and tips on saving energy in the home and how to keep your heating system as efficient, effective and hassle free as possible the cold winter weather sets in.
Heating is often something we don’t think about until we really need it – we just expect it to work. As winter approaches, no one wants to arrive home to a cold house or to find their water has not heated up so we wanted to remind people how important it is to have an efficient home heating system that can be relied on to keep us warm and comfortable.
Indeed, for the millions of homes with boilers that are over 15 years old this is the time the faults show. Many older boilers are less than 70% efficient and so could be wasting more than 30 pence in every pound. A cost that soon adds up in terms of wasted money and energy.”
To find out more tune into Ray Mears’ ‘Wild Britain’ at 8pm on ITV1 or visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk
Sue Pennington is consumer brand manager at Worcester, Bosch Group.