[access-uk] Re: talking central heating thermostat

  • From: "Keith Barrett" <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 21:48:08 +0100


What make of boiler have you installed?

The accessories page of the worcester site offers a timeer suitable for the 

This is for the greenstar range.  I believe they also do a roomstat with a 

We are having the greenstar 42cdi installed this week so will report back.

On 15 Oct 2007 at 20:23, terry cooper wrote:

> Hi all 
> I think this has been covered on here before, so apologies for repetition. 
> I had a quick look on Google, but didn't find anything. Is there such a thing 
> around? 
> We just had a new combi boiler installed, with a fancy new digital thermostat 
> control. My partner 
> hates manuals, and I can't operate the thermostat on my own. 
> Any help appreciated. 
> Also, I'm sure a lot of you may already be aware, but for those who are not. 
> We had the boiler 
> fitted free of charge, which would have cost just under £2500 if we would 
> have had to of paid for 
> it. 
> We applied to the warm front grant scheme, and the rest was easy. 
> The main eligibility for the grant is, certain benefits, e.g. dla, etc, and 
> you either own the 
> property, or rent it privately. They will also carry out insulation work. 
> Its worth knowing about, as we were about to spend £2500 of our own money. It 
> doesn't matter if 
> you are working, as its not income related. 
> Best wishes. 
> Terry 
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