Plumber 24 Hours Responds to Heating Industry Victory
The specialists behind Plumber 24 Hours have commented on the news that a proposal to label radiators as not suitable for use with heat pumps has not been accepted.
(PRWEB UK) 5 June 2013
It has been reported in HVP that the proposal from the European Commission Delegated Regulation on energy, which featured an image of a radiator with a cross through it, was misleading, incorrectly informing installers and users that modern steel panel radiators are not idea for use with low water temperature technology. Manufacturing Association of Radiators and Convectors (MARC) chairman, John Colling, explains that these devices are at least as efficient as others.
Experts in the industry have stated their opinions that a symbol suggesting this use is not possible would be a major step back in efforts to improve the energy efficiency of UK homes.
Renowned for their Woolwich emergency plumbers, Plumber 24 Hours also specialises in gas safety. With a strong emphasis on informing and educating readers over the importance and benefits of energy inefficiency in the home, the news was of great interest to the team. A representative shares their thoughts on the subject.
“This will be a big victory for the heating industry, but also for the housing market. Energy efficiency in the home not only helps people cut down on electricity and gas bills but also helps the environment.”
Plumber 24 Hours is the nation's leading emergency plumber company. Run by Martin Smith, the firm offers plumbers, gas engineers, oil engineers, drainage engineers and emergency electricians and works to provide a 24 hour domestic and commercial plumbing service 365 days of the year. With customer service the principle concern, Plumber 24 Hours has been noted by magazines as the most reliable plumbing emergency company. The company also makes use of the latest technology on the internet to make sure everything runs smoothly.
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