Domestic

 

Our simple radiator control system allows you to program your houses individual radiators for TIME AND TEMPERATURE so you are not wasting money heating rooms you are not using!

Do you, without fail, every time you enter or leave a room, turn the radiator controls on and off?  

Most of us don't do this, so we are wasting money heating rooms when they are not in use. 

Unscrew your existing radiator valve in seconds and screw a HouseHeat valve in its place. It is so simple. No plumbing is required.

PLEASE SEE THE VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE TO SEE HOW EASY INSTALLATION IS, OR CLICK HERE.

   

An example of a typical TRV measuring temperature at the radiator              HouseHeat's wireless electronic TRV 

 
The problems of a normal domestic system
 

Normally there is one room thermostat for the whole house placed for example in a lounge. When that room has reached its temperature the thermostat shuts the boiler down regardless of whether other rooms are still cold or being used.

The opposite could also happen in that other rooms may start to overheat as the thermostat in the lounge may take longer to reach its temperature than other rooms in the house. However the key element to saving energy is TIME, because rooms are programmed according to times they are in use. 

There is no more relying on just one thermostat as each room or zone has its own thermostat (placed away from the radiator).

Why is HouseHeat better than Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRVs)?
  •    The user can pre-program individual rooms for two periods of higher/comfort setting and two periods of a lower setting in a day. The  system will then automatically run to the set cycle on a room - by - room basis  and turn the radiators down automatically so you don't have to remember. The wheel on the HouseHeat Thermostat allows the users to override the settings if they are staying in the room longer or leave earlier.
  • Important: HouseHeat measures temperature at the wireless room thermostat away from the radiator as the thermostat is placed wherever the person is sitting in the room . All other TRVs measure temperature at the radiator, which makes no sense! The HouseHeat thermostat detects ambient air temperature as it is away from the radiator and, as heat rises, the radiators upstairs will have to open far less than those downstairs, saving a huge amount of energy. You can adjust the settings on the HouseHeat thermostat from the comfort of your chair rather than having to do so at the radiator. (The very reason we have TV remote controls!). 
  • The following is taken from a leading TRV manufacturer's website, which says, in simple terms, do not have a thermostat on the radiator; "Heat rising from the valve and pipework below, and from the nearby radiator itself, can cause the TRV to shut prematurely several degrees before the room reaches its set temperature".
  • "Other locations where TRVs should not be installed are behind furniture or curtains next to the radiator. It is not a good idea to fit them in tight corners where there is little air flow or where draughts from frequently opened doors could affect them. Ideally, their sensors should be monitoring an average sample of the air in the room". 

HouseHeat system automatically adjusts the flow of water in north and south facing rooms (as it detects solar gain) which means water and heat are dispersed to other parts of the building which are calling for it. .  

   The HouseHeat Thermostat communictaes with the HouseHeat Valve Motor every two minutes letting through the exact amount of water through the radiator so overheating never occurs as it modulates the heating, unlike Thermostatic Radiator valves (TRVs) which overheat resulting in much wasted energy.

  • HouseHeat has an indoor wireless range of  approx 35m so you can adjust all the radiators in that room or zone from your armchair it will communicate through radiator covers, and furniture so you dont need to walk to each raditor to turn them up and down.
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  • HouseHeat will automatically clean the pin so it never sticks and the water flows freely through the radiator.

 

Example of benefits of HouseHeat for a bedroom

TRVs left on all day at say position 3 which is about 21 degrees

HouseHeat programed to come on in bedroom to 21 degrees between 9pm and 10.30 pm.

HouseHeat reduces temperature to 18 degrees when you are asleep (this is the ideal sleeping temperature for all of us) between 10.30pm and 7 am.

HouseHeat increases temperature to 21 degrees between 7 am and 8.30 am

HouseHeat decreases temperature when you have left the bedroom to 18 degrees between 8.30 am and 9pm

Result HouseHeat is on higher temperature for 3 hours out of 24. TRVs are on 24 hours out of 24! 

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