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What to do first in a house with poor thermal performance and high energy bills

I just moved into a house and am a little bit disappointed in its thermal performance so far. It's winter and cold outside, and the furnace heats the house up pretty quickly, but then the house gets ...
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Is it normal that heat pipes in the ground would melt the snow?

A few years ago we got a new heat pipe between the two apartment blocks. The block from where I have taken the picture supplies the other block with hot water. I am very surprised that the pipe can ...
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Should central heating pipes through internal brickwork have insulation?

My house has old (large diameter) steel central heating pipes. These travel through the basement before passing up through the house. My concern is that when they pass through internal walls they are ...