EnergySaver is a simple and effective way to save money on heating. In this day and age with the rising costs of heating our homes and workplaces anything we can do save money on central heating costs is very welcome indeed.

Yes we can switch suppliers and wear warmer clothing to try and reduce costs but prices are only going one way…

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Some statistics

Ofgen reports that in the UK the average cost of heating a home in the UK rose to £1420 Per annum in 2013. This is a rise of 37% in the last three years – 8 times the rate of earnings.  From 2007 to 2012 heating costs rose by 63%.

EnergySaver is a simple and inexpensive way to shave 18% and possibly a lot more off the annual heating bill.  Extensive testing has shown that savings can actually exceed 20%.

EnergySaver is a simple additive, which is added to the central heating system in liquid form, increasing the energy efficiency of the system. This means that the water is heated faster. The thermostat then reaches the desired temperature faster thus decreasing the amount of fuel used. Once the desired temperature has been reached, EnergySaver continues to keep the water at the right temperature so the thermostat fires the boiler less often to maintain a constant heat.

With climate change leading to unpredictable weather – often longer winters – we find in countries like the UK, that we are using our central heating systems more often these days. This obviously causes a vicious circle where the weather makes us turn up the heating which adds to the climate problem and so on….

That’s what makes EnergySaver such an incredible idea; It reduces the carbon footprint from burning fossil fuels, makes our heating systems more energy efficient and helps  us to save money on heating.

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  2. Thanks for the sensible critique. Me & my neighbor were just preparing to do a little research on this. We got a grab a book from our area library but I think I learned more from this post. I’m very glad to see such fantastic information being shared freely out there.

  3. I am a plumber and a self confessed boffin about heating systems. Your theory is all wrong. Nucleated boiling only occurs at the boiler tube and they are steam bubbles that form as the water heats above 100oC.

    The only way the bubbles can continue around a system is for the water to be continuously above 100oC which isnt very efficient! Care to explain?

    1. Hi John – You’d have to ask the manufacturer about thatI’m afraid – there is fairly extensive information and long term test results available on the site but I’m simply a marketer of the product not it’s creator.

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