December 10, 2009 04:00 ET

Climate Change is Leading to Rapid Boiler Innovation According to Boilerguide

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Dec. 10, 2009) - Changes to the world's climate and the ongoing activity surrounding climate change has had a significant impact upon boiler innovation according to Boilerguide, the UK's leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler-related issues.

There is now a multitude of differing boiler technologies available to home owners as a way of reducing the carbon emissions of a home. These measures can also save home owners money as well as being better for the environment, and with 2010 set to bring a big government push for sustainability and carbon neutrality, manufacturers in the heating industry have had to be more innovative than ever before.

One of the best carbon neutral ways to heat a property is through the use of a biomass boiler. Biomass consists of organic matter such as plant or wood, which is often reduced to pellet form. The carbon produced through the burning of biomass is offset by the carbon taken in by the organic matter during its growth, making it entirely carbon neutral as well as a sustainable source of energy providing that more trees are planted as replacements.

High efficiency condensing boilers can also go a long way towards cutting down a home's carbon emissions. High efficiency condensing boilers convert 86% or more of their fuel into heat, compared to 65% for old G rated boilers, by retaining the heat generated through use that would normally be wasted through the flue of a normal boiler.

David Holmes, Founder of, said: "There are now numerous ways for home owners to reduce the carbon emissions from their home. This is set to be a focus of a government efficiency drive in 2009, as boilers account for roughly 60% of the carbon dioxide emissions from a home heated by gas energy.

"With new government initiatives now offering home owners up to Pounds Sterling 300 for their old central heating boilers, renewable boiler energy is now an option for the majority of the UK." is an online resource for both home owners and heating engineers all over the UK. Engineers can apply for a presence on the network at no cost, paying a minimal percentage of profit only when a successful lead is generated and won.

Home owners can use as a source of heating engineers, and also a resource for boiler-related information. The website is host to a variety of articles around a range of subjects, from generic information regarding boiler services and replacements to pages dedicated to particular boilers, such as gas or combi boilers.

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