Programmable radiator valves cut heating costs for families with rising bills

British Gas household putting up customer bills energy utility providers Unite families struggling to pay HeatSave PC controlled wireless programmable thermostatic radiator valves cut down heating costsBritish Gas has become a hot topic after it was revealed it made nearly £50 per household last year just months after putting up customer bills. The energy watchdog should be given more power to ensure utility providers “behave fairly,” said trade union Unite. Unite general secretary Len McCluskey said: “British Gas’ owner Centrica is making £50 per household in this country – that is staggering. These profits will anger a growing number of families who are struggling to pay the bills.”

HeatSave uses PC controlled wireless programmable thermostatic radiator valves to cut down heating costs for families worried about rising bills. At the touch of a button, you can turn down the heating in rooms that you are not using. HeatSave features automatic exercising when unused for seven days to minimise the seizing of radiator valves during warmer months. It contains low power circuitry for long battery life; and uses patented ‘Dual Sensor Technology’ for accurate temperature control.