Fully Programmable Room Thermostat (best practice)
This allows different temperatures to be set for different periods of the day or week and so can provide a good match to householders living patterns, particularly if occupancy varies during this time.
Thermostat radiator valves TRV’s (best practice)
TRV’s are used to limit the temperature in individual rooms. They also prevent overheating from solar (direct sun light) and other incidental gains (computers etc). In this way, they cut down on unnecessary consumption. Programmable units, which can be timed to switch on and off, are also available.
Installing a minimum standard of controls on a system which previously had none can reduce fuel consumption and CO² emissions by 18 per cent.