New energy saving device promises to cut heating bills

Thursday, 28 July 2011 10:33 AM

A new energy saving device designed to help UK homeowners beat the energy companies’ heating bill increases this winter is now available.

Rising fuel prices mean homeowners are frantically searching for ways to cut their heating bills and maximise the benefits they get from the heating they pay for.

Money savvy, energy efficient homeowners will welcome the launch this autumn of the unique Oxyvent Tank. Small enough to fit into an airing cupboard, it promises to save money on heating bills and reduce carbon emissions whilst heating a home more effectively.

The new tank will promises to resolve common domestic heating problems, reducing maintenance costs in any of the 22 million homes in the UK with a water-based heating system, old or new.

Paul Worswick, Oxyvent director, says rising fuel prices mean homeowners want ways to cut heating bills and maximise the benefit they get from the heating they do pay for.

“With carbon emission reductions taking centre stage and rising living costs leaving little spare cash to fix heating problems when they arise, the Oxyvent tank addresses all of these problems in one neat little affordable tank,” he said.

 

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