A study has shown that turning up your central heating in your home and business can help keep you slim. The higher temperatures in living and working environments actually helps reduce your BMI or Body Mass Index and keep you trim.
A programme studying the effects of subjects over a 12 years period with some 100,000 people taking part, has conclusively shown that contrary to previous studies, its better to be hot and sweaty that cold and shivering. So it's not only the amount you eat, or the levels of exercise you do, but also the temperature in which you live or work in.
It all comes down to how many calories your body burn off, and higher temperatures helps you burn more. So here at Commercial Heating Manchester we want to help you stay in shape by keeping your home and office warm this winter! We offer a wide variety of services, so whatever you need, please give us a call on 0161 211 6955 and we will be more than happy to help you turn up the heat and lose some weight!
Islington Council have announced plans to use excess heat from London's underground to warm up homes and businesses above.
It's a multi million pound scheme championed by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, that utilises wasted energy and recycles it to heat the buildings above.
The scheme will save five hundred tonnes on waste CO2 going into the atmosphere every single year, which is environmentally friendly. The heat from the tubes and electrical transfer systems will be harnessed via ducting, and circulated around piping through the buildings above, so it will be completely save, and there will be no bad smells!
The wase heat captured will be enough to heat over seven hundred homes and businesses, and if successful, the scheme will be rolled out into other parts of the capital. This means that people will be able to reduce their energy bills, and not have to use their central heating as much.
It sounds like a great idea to us!
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