Fitting a thermostat – How difficult

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      Hi There, my central heating is quite old and doesn’t have a thermostat. None of the radiators have thermostats fitted either. The timer for my central heating has died and i was wondering how difficult it would be for me to install a thermostat in the hall and one on each radiator in the house myself. Is this something a fairly competant DIYer can do or is a qualified plumber a must. I’m totally skint so paying loads of cash for this isn’t an option.

      Also, is it quite streight forward just to replace the timer ?

      Any replies would be greatly appreciated.

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      You are saying that there nothing within the system to stop the water within the radiators from getting hotter and hotter until something dangerous is gunna happen??? I somehow doubt that – best you cann in a qualified Plumber to check this weird installation out properly before you attempt to change any of the devices fitted.

      Selgas Services Ltd
      Craftsman Gasfitters, Plumbers, Electrical Service Technicians

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