June 22, 2011
London,United Kingdom (RPRN) 06/22/11 — Boiler Guide, the UK’s leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all types of boiler-related issues is celebrating following the launch of its brand new online forum.
Aiming to be the go to place for registered members to post problems relating to boiler issues and central heating related questions, the forum is open to both industry professionals and members of the public seeking help and advice on a variety of subjects, including:
The Boiler Guide forum also features a section dedicated to renewable energy, specifically for anyone seeking advice when it comes to solar water heating and how the technology can be incorporated into existing boiler and central heating systems.
David Holmes, founder of Boiler Guide said: “Boiler Guide has already established itself as the UK’s leading online resource for guidance and information on boilers. We have set out to create a forum that is both a friendly and informative environment, where homeowners and plumbing and heating engineers are able to interact with one another, engage in discussions, pose questions and offer solutions to boiler and heating issues.
“Whether people are looking for advice about boiler replacement or have problems with their central heating systems, the Boiler Guide forum is the place to go to for all boiler-related queries.”
For all your boiler and central heating questions, visit www.boilerguide.co.uk/forum
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