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Cheshire Plumbers Raise £6,685 For Cash for Kids

Last December, Omnia Plumbing and Heating’s MD Alastair Barton put a post out on LinkedIn inviting his connections to join him in supporting ‘Mission Christmas’, a campaign run by UK children’s charity ‘Cash for Kids’ that ensures at least 30,000 children in the Greater Manchester area living in poverty or as victims of abuse or neglect have a present to open on Christmas morning. Like so many charities, the campaign had not been as well

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Omnia Named ‘Plumbing Company of The Year 2021’

Omnia Plumbing and Heating has been named ‘Plumbing Company of the Year 2021’ in the Manchester & North West Prestige Awards run by Corporate LiveWire. Omnia offers plumbing and heating services to domestic and commercial customers across Cheshire and South Manchester. The plumbing company also works closely with property developers, builders, landlords and property investment businesses to install and maintain plumbing and heating services for new build, refurbished and rental properties. Despite a challenging 18

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The Versatility of Underfloor Heating

The Versatility of Underfloor Heating There’s no denying that underfloor heating systems have become an increasingly popular option in homes in recent years. Thanks to significant advances in underfloor heating technology, we can now use the popular heating system in a variety of different properties, including historic buildings making it a versatile heating solution. But for every different property, there are different types of applications that are better suited to the property. One of the

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What is Underfloor Heating

Underfloor heating (UFH) utilises the concept of ‘heat rises’ to provide a great alternative over traditional radiators. Our underfloor heating systems work by pumping warm water through pipes underneath the floor from a heat source such as a boiler. This type of UFH is known as a ‘wet’ system. Underfloor heating is extremely versatile and works with gas, oil and LPG boilers as well as heat pumps. What is a Wet UFH System? The advantage

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