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Out of sight, out of mind?

Out of sight, out of mind?

A report on the heating and hot water challenge in UK schools

Despite a growing number of schools facing a resource dilemma, nearly 50% of a typical school’s energy is used solely for heating, so it is time for the education sector to explore more efficient ways to heat its buildings.

This white paper will firstly take a look at the burning issues schools are faced with when it comes to heating their buildings in a reliable, efficient, and cost-effective way. From there, it will explore exactly how the latest condensing boiler technology, technical support, and finance options can reduce the strain placed on operational budgets.

Download this technical white paper to understand:

  • The negative impact of a dated heating system on a school’s budget
  • Efficiency benefits of modern condensing boiler technology
  • How funding and aftersales support enables a school to benefit from boiler replacements

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