Weather Comp V Load Compensation - What is Best For Me?

So firstly what exactly are they..

Well they are actually similar in the way they work. Weather compensation will use an external sensor on a outside wall, preferably north/north westerly unless you have a Baxi and you can use their flue sensor IFOS, it measure the external temperature and adjusts the boiler flow temperature on how hot or how cold it is outside. Load Compensation works more or less the same but is reactive to the internal temperature.

Frozen Condensate?

Frozen condensates can cause boiler to stop working in cold weather. Read our guide to try and thaw out or prevent your condensate freezing. 

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Why Does My Boiler Need An Annual Service?

How often should I have my boiler serviced? Read on for some information as to why you should get your boiler serviced annually, some things to look out for that tells you that a boiler service may be required and a general boiler service checklist.