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  • #16
    Installation of heat supply is not the most straightforward task. Are you sure you can handle it on your own?

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    • #17
      Installation of heat supply is not the most straightforward task. Are you sure you can handle it on your own? I tried to make a heating system in a small house, but I realized that I couldn't do it myself. There are specific difficulties with how to choose suitable pipe locations. Therefore, I soon turned to specialists from the LIVE Services Group. They laid the heating for two days and did the job perfectly. I would not be able to do such a high-quality and accurate job myself.

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      • #18
        The Ofgem announcement about the energy price cap is due today, with fears that the cost for an average household may rise by 50%.
        Since working from home, I've been obliged to use an electric heater for most of the day to keep my conservatory/home office warm enough to work in and my smart meter regularly shows a daily cost of over 6 (180 a month). Roll on the warmer weather!

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        • #19
          Looks like Rishi Sunak's hand-out of 350 for most households will soften the blow a bit.

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          • #20
            If Russia starts a war in Ukraine, then watch energy prices go through the roof.
            Sanctions against Russia will result in them closing the gas pipeline to Europe.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Richard1978

              Thanks for the good laugh, Russia is probably one of the most right wing countries these days & China is only communist in name.
              Political left and right have long since become meaningless labels.
              It makes more sense to use totalitarian and libertarian as the two extremes and China and Russia are certainly totalitarian.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Cartimand View Post
                If Russia starts a war in Ukraine, then watch energy prices go through the roof.
                Sanctions against Russia will result in them closing the gas pipeline to Europe.
                Hence, economic sanctions would affect them as much as it would affect us. And remember, they can survive in cold climates. Here, the moment there's a thin layer of snow everything stops

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