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Get to grips with Worcester controls online

Published:  03 March, 2010

WORCESTER: Heating manufacture Worcester, Bosch Group has added a comprehensive boiler controls section to its website to aid installers and consumers with any queries.

The user-friendly site makes it easier to decipher between the extensive range of controls available.

Each control has its own page which contains demonstration videos and a simple summary about what the control actually does and what its programmable period is.

The detailed new section also includes a 'find a user guide' page for current and discontinued controls, a search function to find which controls go with Worcester's current products, a page on how controls can help with fuel bills, using figures from the Energy Saving Trust, and frequently asked questions about boiler controls.

Martyn Bridges, director of marketing and technical support at Worcester, said: "Although most manufacturers have controls information available online, we have decided to go much further with our new controls section.

“Heating controls are becoming an increasingly important element of the heating system and the right controls are vital to ensuring the homeowner can get the most out of their heating system. Our new area on the website will help both the homeowner and the installer; it will be a valuable tool that we expect to be very popular.

"Each set of controls has its own guide and is split into one of three groups: basic timers, digital controls and new generation controls. We also explain the difference between timers, thermostats, programmers and programmable thermostats."

An enquiry form where people can find out more about boiler controls has also been added, with all submissions being sent direct to the technical department for a swift response.

To view the new controls section, visit the website.

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