1-Set your room thermostat temperature correctly
It is advised that during cold periods you should try and keep your main living area heated to around 21°C (70oF) and in other rooms 18°C 964°F).
If you have health problems and may be sitting for long periods of time 24°C is recommended in the main living areas.
2. Average warm-up and cool-down time
When setting your heating controls, keep in mind the average time it take to for your room to heat and cook
3. Health and safety
Make sure your boiler serviced annually. This will ensure it is working safely and efficiently. It will also keep your boiler guarantee valid if you have one.
4. Bad habits cost money.
7. Hot water
After heating your home heating hot water to bathe, cook and do the washing is the next biggest cost.
8. Supplementary heating
9. Replacing your heating system