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WITH the warmest February on record and one spell of balmy weather under our belts already, spring has sprung early this year. 
 
Long months of cold and damp weather with the thermostat turned up high are almost behind us. 
 
Now comes the time to ‘tot up’ the cost of our winter fuel bills and, if possible, push through the next month with minimum reliance on our central heating systems. 
 
In doing so, we’ll do our bit for the environment, take the pressure off our boilers while extending their lifespan and we’ll save those all-important pennies for our summer holidays. 
 
With these things in mind, here are Cosy Abodes’ four areas of focus to get you through March without spending any more money on gas and electricity. 
THE energy industry’s trade association Energy UK has rolled out a campaign with alarming statistics highlighting the number of homeowners who still haven’t installed a carbon monoxide detector in their property. 
 
Its research, released this month, showed one in three people don’t have a CO alarm in their home, suggesting at least 17 million Brits are at risk from the carbon monoxide poisoning. 
 
But the figure was even more startling with regard to Manchester where 42 percent of households admitted failing to ensure they were safe from the deadly gas in their homes. 
 
Energy UK’s ‘Be Alarmed’ campaign also revealed that many homeowners are still perilously unaware of the warning signs which indicate a boiler is leaking carbon monoxide into their home. 
 
In response, Cosy Abodes Boiler Installation has catalogued all those warning signs in this blog post so you can quickly detect if you or your family are in danger of breathing in the gas dubbed ‘the silent killer’. 
PLUMMETING temperatures and long periods of sub-zero weather can cause your boiler to stall, just when you need it most to give you heating and hot water. 
 
Nine times out of ten, if your boiler has shut down during icy conditions, it will be due to a frozen condensate pipe. Sorry to say, no attempt to re-fire your boiler will work until your condensate pipe has been properly thawed. 
 
But if you read on you’ll find all the correct advice to ensure you can thaw your condensate pipe thoroughly, without causing damage to your home or heating system. 
 
You’ll also find a few tips so you can avoid the same problem cropping up again. 
THE more heating appliances we install, the more we appreciate the importance of having a reliable and efficient boiler in the home. 
 
Whether our customers are setting up home for the first time or they are future-proofing their comfort ahead of a long retirement, we are always struck by how much peace of mind a new boiler brings to homeowners. 
 
But we recognise that a new boiler or central heating system represents a significant and sometimes daunting cost too. 
 
That’s why Cosy Abodes Boiler Installation has been working over recent months to bring even more peace of mind to customers than ever before – through an industry-best payment plan. 
HELLO to you all and welcome to Cosy Abodes’ new blog. We’re going to use this blog to bring you fresh and useful information on how to keep your home as warm and snug as it can possibly be. 
 
And we’ll also use it to give you an occasional update about important developments within our business. 
 
And that’s where we’d like to start. 
 
The last few weeks have been an exciting period for Cosy Abodes Boiler Installation. We’ve seen some of the first fruits of our determined labour over the past 18 months. 
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