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Hive Active Heating Multi-zone for £272.40 installed + Homecare 4 @ £6.75 per month! with British Gas
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Using this deal, the total cost of your Hive package will be less than purchasing the self install option for a multi-zone set-up (£272.40 vs £278) and you get it installed! On top… Read more
Good deal if you want the homecare, otherwise if you can wait the hive heating kit often goes on sale for a cheap price
Best Heating: Milano Compact - Type 21 Double Panel Plus Radiator - 400mm x 1200mm £50 then get discounts + cashback = potentially £44.65 delivered
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Thought I'd flag up this company as they delivered this to me super quick and the price was good after discounts & cashback. 5% = BHAPR165. 10% = NEWYEAR10 (over £200) or 10% w… Read more
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Hive active heating System with Professional Installation £199.98 - QVC
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hive active heating fitted You will be visited by a British Gas engineer. The engineer will install the thermostat you have already received, as well as a Hub and Receiver which … Read more
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Its all very well comparing with Asda, but how many people were actually able to get that deal? Its normally very limited as they are usually clearing them out.
teerex55 m ago

Your link was for a different item. Also there's no guarantee you'll get …Your link was for a different item. Also there's no guarantee you'll get an installer for £50. I get that you may have wanted to help but it doesn't help to compare the wrong item in the first place then assume that everyone can get an installer for the same low price of £50.


Its hive heating. Not a different item. Its very helpful to compare the same item, especially when that same item with install has been available for £77....this is 159% more expensive. So i think its extremely helpful to point that out to people.

This may be the cheapest at the moment, but just 2 weeks ago it was over £120 cheaper elsewhere.

Argue with that all you like, but those are the cold, hard, indisputable facts.
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 9th Feb
trickytree19844 h, 6 m ago

What was incorrect about them? The point was to illustrate that this has …What was incorrect about them? The point was to illustrate that this has been way way cheaper, just weeks ago. I'm only trying to help people realise that this is not a good deal. That's what this website is about no?


Your link was for a different item. Also there's no guarantee you'll get an installer for £50. I get that you may have wanted to help but it doesn't help to compare the wrong item in the first place then assume that everyone can get an installer for the same low price of £50.
Price on this product fluctuates widely and frequently. As mentioned, it has been much cheaper with various retailers. We bought ours in Nov 2017 from Argos at £174.99. It then went down to £159.99 a couple of days later. I took it back to be refunded the difference the following morning only to learn it had gone up to £249.99 so obviously just stuck with it. Be warned, installation (done by British Gas - no, you don't need to be a BG customer) takes ages. We had to wait over three weeks for the first booking. They provide a 6hr visitation window 12-6pm in my case. Then that booking was cancelled on the day, the next available appointment being almost a month later. Hopefully engineer availability will have improved post Xmas. While the product does what it's supposed to, I think Hive is a really sh*t company. Hive blame their 'inadequacies' on BG and vice versa. Wish I'd gone with Nest at higher cost if I'm honest.

As for this posted deal, it's not a great price but brief googling fails to yield cheaper at this time (aside from eBay of course - yes, new).
sillyoldbear17 h, 32 m ago

No longer available and was self install.That links to Asda.......


Yes it was self install, but it was 120 quid, pay a local installer 50 quid and you're better off

The Asda link, not sure what happened there. That's a hduk link to a hive deal. It was 77 quid with installation. So I don't think 200 quid is a good deal.

Sorry, not trying to be a d**k about it, just helping point out the much better deals that have been around very recently



Edit: fixed the Asda link
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Termo Teknik Type 22 Double Panel Premium Compact Radiator - £29.99 C+C @ Wickes
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Fitted top grill, 10 year warranty, best in market from what I can see
The thing that’s made me laugh is that when someone else has called you out for another of your ignorant ‘no such thing’ claims, you’ve claimed to be a plumber instead - hotukdeals.com/dea…443

What’s it tomorrow Mr Benn? Car mechanic? Carpenter?

I see you’re still yet to ackowledge that there is such a thing as a combi with f and e, despite the 24CDI-based facts being right in front of your eyes. I’ll not hold my breath, and I’ll stick to people who actually know their stuff rather than some mouthy handyman who thinks that if he hasn’t seen it, it doesn’t exist
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Get back to pushing pens you two
RichardDouglas1 h, 8 m ago

I’m a heating enigneer ( …I’m a heating enigneer


There's hope for everyone.
RichardDouglas56 m ago

I’m a heating enigneer ( …I’m a heating enigneer


You may well be. But you're not an engineer.
qbs22 h, 20 m ago

Before I changed my radiators and zone valves, I posted on a couple of …Before I changed my radiators and zone valves, I posted on a couple of websites populated by "experts". The Dick could well be one of the know-it-alls from there, who clearly knew very little. I ended up doing everything the way I intended from the start, totally ignoring their "advice". Took a while, primarily because the walls are dodgy and the old rads were imperial, but no disasters as foretold by the "experts".


I’m a heating enigneer
Hive V1 Central Heating & Hot Water Controls £49.99 at Screwfix
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It's the previous generation, but a good price and compatible with Alexa and their Smart Bulbs etc too. Control heating and hot water from a mobile, tablet or laptop. Works with … Read more
Bought this from toolstation back in August last year. Really good product, really responsive and now using the lightbulbs too with the hub. I prefer this to the "smart" thermostats which sometimes try to be too clever and start turning on when you don't need them on. With this one, you have full control.
Finally seems like these thermostats have started coming down to a fair price for what they are still abit expensive these branded ones but a quick search on eBay and there's plenty around 20 quid and some less aswell seem to be the same as this if anyone's interested and thinks they are missing out on this toy/gadget being out of stock
Can't find any, am I boiling, you bet, need to keep in control.
Got a replacement for my broken one on eBay for £27 with delivery. Can’t complain. As good as New
I'm live in a small village in Outer Mongolia plenty of stock, all good, drop me a line.
Programmable Radiator Thermostat heads to 'zone' your heating - four for £41.62 (£10.40 each) from Amazon.de
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£18.93 is Amazon UK price These solve the problem, if your house has single-zone heating with 'dumb' thermostatic radiator valves, of how to economically time-control individual r… Read more
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Thanks for a brilliant post you've really helped me out. It took a while to fiddle with these so they fitted my rads but once fitted they work great. This is a much more cost effective (and equally effective) solution than a fancy pants zone system with bluetooth.
gwapenut28th Jan

How noisy are these? I looked into them a little while ago but concluded …How noisy are these? I looked into them a little while ago but concluded from reviews that they would be too noisy for the bedroom of a light sleeper


I know what you mean, the trick is to get them to turn off when your not sleeping e.g. in the day when you are downstairs. Also co-ordinate this with your boiler thermostat.
Just installed number 1, had to use the adaptor, which then created a void so got error f2 (too much distance) after much fannying about, used the other part of the adaptor to load with 5p pieces to "bridge the gap" and now testing the timing functions.

You should expect an additional 35p per unit if you're in my situation
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Ordered 6 of these. Assuming you can just remove them as and when if you want to tinker with them, rather than having to program them in situ?
Bought the bluetooth version of this on Prime day as an experiment.

They well made and my single one was easy to fit as I had British Gas (Drayton I think) TRVs

App is OK, saves grovelling on the floor to program the device. I have set it up once and left it (so far) so not 100% sure that the app/bluetooth is worth it.

The only downside I have found during research and use:

> These are binary TRV's - rads are on or off. Other more expensive ones are variable. Not sure how much difference this will make as far as temperature regulation. It is installed in a bedroom so, for me, precise regulation isn't much of an issue. The fact that I can have this room heating separately to the other rooms is already a big benefit.

> No central monitoring. The app and bluetooth are only really and good for configuring the device.

For the price, this is a no brainer if you want to have basic control over rooms that are not used much.

For me, off of the back of my little experiment, I am looking at upgrading to the Drayton Wiser system. Much more functional than these TRVs, but more money. Nowhere near as expensive as the Honeywell Evohome stuff tho'
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Drayton MiTime MT711R1A09SX Single Channel Timer Switch with LI-ION Backup £29.99 - Screwfix
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Was £ 65.19 * Edit: Looks like this is just for Electricfix/Plumbfix customers * 3-wire installation. Override facility. Holiday mode. Double insulated. Automatic BST/GMT time cha… Read more
There are lots of these on Ebay at similar prices ( including dual channel for those with a hot water cylinder ).
Showing 65.19, COLD from me sadly.
This price is for plumbfix and Electricfix customers only by the looks of it.
Same here🙄😫
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Easy Home Wall Panel Heater £ 29.99 £29.99 @ Aldi
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Annual Energy Consumption: 8 hours a day 3.2kw/h Brand: Easy Home Cord Length: 1.8m, 1.65m (Exposed) Dimensions: Approx. 60 x 60 x 1.1cm Energy Efficiency: 425W Power Source: … Read more
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[Sorry SusanAshley, just realised what I wrote doesnt apply to you]
Read a edf booklet on saving gas/electric that came after SmartMeter installation.
Behind the radiator, the booklet recommends a reflective foil to prevent the heat going out through the back ie the wall.
I have discovered that a normal incandescent light bulb eats 2p per hour by itself.
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I have just bought one after 10mins on there is a strong rubber smell.....worrried ...shall I take it back?
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i havent bought one yet but i am thinking of getting it for the kids bedroom, they have a gas radiator already but it is on the far end of the room and they say it is too cold, so i am hoping to install a couple of these next to the bedside walls. I dont expect these to get too hot since they are only 425w, but should be warm enough satisfy them. i use a 2000w fan heater and that gets hot but i am wary of using that much electric. I also suspect this is why they say cool touch,
Bought one of these a while back and returned as didn't really heat up room
Where does the original price of £54 come from? No mention on the website, looks like the standard price is £29.99? This is a good price for a 425w panel heater though.However £54 would be expensive. Also description states thermostat control but I'm not sure this is the case.

Also why do they state it has a "cool edge touch". That would be the most pointless feature on a radiator/heater! Surely it's meant to be hot
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Hive Active Heating - Self Install  AO - £119
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AO have dropped the price of the Hive self install kit to £119 making it the cheapest available at the moment. Works with Alexa, Google Home, Android, IOS etc, etc...
ukmagic12th Jan

Can you share.. how you wired it up? Did you take the L&N from a spur, or …Can you share.. how you wired it up? Did you take the L&N from a spur, or from the boiler? I guess you then linked from live to common. It's just the other two I'm struggling with?!


Sorry for late reply. I was away. I made photos for you. Mind you I have hive heating and hot water model.
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slannmage13th Jan

I just keep my house at a set temp and it barely costs me anything. It’s n …I just keep my house at a set temp and it barely costs me anything. It’s not like the difference of 100 quid a month, it’s a couple quid difference. Like when I switched from incandescent to led bulbs in the whole house.... I’ve not noticed any money saving, but man those bulbs cost a lot, weren’t worth it.


Depends on your fittings, when I moved into this house the downstairs lights alone hit a kilowatt! Now at about 130w, so save at least 10p per hour the lights are on. Cost me about £20 to replace admittedly, but I easily made that back inn the first year.
DAMNOME1 h, 41 m ago

It's £99 for replacement of faulty boiler control or thermostat with hive …It's £99 for replacement of faulty boiler control or thermostat with hive upgrade if you have homecare.. Not sure if you're talking about cash in hand with installer? I'd query it with BG if they charged you more.Edit: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hive-installed-by-british-gas-99-if-you-have-homecare-2578893Maybe depending on how much commission the installer wants as it's £99 unless you get a greedy £150 guy


No, not cash in hand. Proper job and was sent link for payment direct on hive website. Will query it tommorrow.
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tygar29 h, 37 m ago

Oh...now I feel mugged off He's still here....might have a …Oh...now I feel mugged off He's still here....might have a word...


It's £99 for replacement of faulty boiler control or thermostat with hive upgrade if you have homecare.. Not sure if you're talking about cash in hand with installer? I'd query it with BG if they charged you more.

Edit: hotukdeals.com/dea…893

Maybe depending on how much commission the installer wants as it's £99 unless you get a greedy £150 guy
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DAMNOME10 m ago

£99 is the price for faulty thermostat (unless it's gone up this month)


Oh...now I feel mugged off
He's still here....might have a word...
Hive Active Heating 2 Smart Thermostat with installation at costco instore £167.98
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Hive Active Heating 2 smart thermostat with installation is available at costco in store (Watford)for 167.98. Cheapest I have found for a smart thermostat with installation at the … Read more
I think that is a major flaw if the internet goes down than the boiler remains on as with the hive will go with the pre planned schedule which is better , last thing I need is for the boiler to go on all night!
m4rky201130th Dec

Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper …Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper than hive etc and has multizone option... has a great app for smart phone etc


Is the Salus easy to install, I did have a tadi but found if you shut your WiFi the boiler would stay on, does this happen on the Salus or Hive?
CheapLife5 h, 43 m ago

5 zones?? Maybe your butler can look into it for you?


haha hes off for the festive season old chap!!

I have underfloor heating which is individual to each room, however upstairs is just one zone with radiators, hence the 5 zones
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neils319 h, 32 m ago

I have 5 zones would this cover all five ?


5 zones?? Maybe your butler can look into it for you?
m4rky20113 h, 27 m ago

Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper …Go for the Salus 500, i got it from maplins, easy to install much cheaper than hive etc and has multizone option... has a great app for smart phone etc


I have 5 zones would this cover all five ?
B&Q Towel radiators £32 @ B&Q - Huddersfield
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B&Q Towel radiators in the Huddersfield store (I think it's store-specific but hoping it'll help some people and save them some serious quid, especially this time of year whe… Read more
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Heat! But I’d get rid of my towel rail if I had the money at the mo. Puts out as much warmth as my mother in law.
Good bargain mate well spotted
Some are reduced online too, as cheap as £23 reduced from £50
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Hive Active Heating Smart Thermostat (without installation) - £124 @ AO
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Version for use with Combi boilers. Includes hub and receiver.
Arizolas11 h, 50 m ago

Can I ask if I got this, my house has a separate upstairs thermostat too. …Can I ask if I got this, my house has a separate upstairs thermostat too. So what else would I need to add??


You’ll most likely need hive multi zone with two thermostats and a different receiver. The additional pieces are listed at hivehome.com/pro…rol
To be honest unless you have a one bedroom flat, I would not go for this.

All it does is turn the boiler on or off to send hot water into your central heating system.

You won't have control of individual room temperatures if you have more than one room in your home.

Better to get a Tado or Evohome system where you can also replace the TRVs on your radiators, so you can control how much heat they output and hence the temperature in every room.
How do you install one of these
Smadmad1 h, 5 m ago

Wasn't this posted yesterday for £99 @ Argos?


Yes it was for multi room, will no the able to work on its own.
Smadmad43 m ago

Wasn't this posted yesterday for £99 @ Argos?


that was for Hive multi room I'm sure, you'd still need the thermostat, a separate purchase
Tado Smart Thermostat Starter Kit (v3) - intelligent heating control with geofencing via smartphone £139 Amazon
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I know these were going for around this price during the black Friday sales, however they've been £199 since, so a good opportunity for someone if they missed out. Amazon Product… Read more
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thedriver3 h, 25 m ago

missed it again - back up to £199



It's up and down like a yoyo at the moment, I'm sure it'll be back down soon

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missed it again - back up to £199
Back in Stock
ordered today. just need the extension kit and radiator valves to come on offer.
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thedriver9th Jan

price gone up again


That's it back down again
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thedriver3 h, 54 m ago

price gone up again


It seems to fluctuate quite frequently, I'd keep an eye on it, it'll probably drop again soon
Hive Active Heating and Hot Water with Professional Installation £159.99
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Just saw there was a Curry's deal for this, looks like Amazon are price matching. Personally prefer Amazon over Curry's as am sure lots of other people will too so this is for you… Read more
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Back upto 250 now.. anyone seen them anywhere alse any chesper...
Still a few on amazon warehouse ava
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Can't see the deal? It's £249 now?
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Scott1234567892 h, 0 m ago

Got mine this time last year and didn't get it install until early feb …Got mine this time last year and didn't get it install until early feb which was pretty annoying! Its Amazon so you can always order it and send it back if there's no installation slots for ages.


Thank you
Hive Heating (no hub) - £79.20 @ Hivehome
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Tempted by this after getting the free hub/bulbs. Any better prices out there
Martin88120 h, 47 m ago

I think it's the opposite of this with the hub - you can't leave it behind …I think it's the opposite of this with the hub - you can't leave it behind because British Gas say once it's linked to an account it can't be changed. I contacted their support yesterday and asked them to factory reset a hub I'm not using so I can give it away to somebody and they point blank refused.


Yes that is correct, I was talking more about the hive heating when I meant it has to stay behind.
Matty878714th Dec

OK Cool but the Hive team told me it is not possible to take the thing …OK Cool but the Hive team told me it is not possible to take the thing with you..


I think it's the opposite of this with the hub - you can't leave it behind because British Gas say once it's linked to an account it can't be changed. I contacted their support yesterday and asked them to factory reset a hub I'm not using so I can give it away to somebody and they point blank refused.
A2DY_22 m ago

Guess it also depends what you prefer to use. I’ve got Alexa setup to c …Guess it also depends what you prefer to use. I’ve got Alexa setup to control my hive and ikea bulbs. Could add Nest or Hive Heating and add to Alexa.Also like to use HomeKit but hive doesn’t work on that but ikea lights and nest heating does.if Hive added HomeKit I would get this in an instant and slowly move everything over. It’s great using with Alexa, Siri or directly on iPhone or Apple Watch to control other things.


I've got Alexa at home but my parents don't have it. I've gone and ordered two now!!! Retail therapy ... (one for myself!)

It's just an extra app and hub so shouldn't be too much of an issue. Or might need to pick up an echo for my folks!
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germainsophie1 h, 15 m ago

I've just read that the hue bulbs work with Nest but not with hive. I …I've just read that the hue bulbs work with Nest but not with hive. I could still get the hive but will just have two hubs and two different apps?


Guess it also depends what you prefer to use. I’ve got Alexa setup to control my hive and ikea bulbs. Could add Nest or Hive Heating and add to Alexa.
Also like to use HomeKit but hive doesn’t work on that but ikea lights and nest heating does.

if Hive added HomeKit I would get this in an instant and slowly move everything over. It’s great using with Alexa, Siri or directly on iPhone or Apple Watch to control other things.
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A2DY_14th Dec

If much prefer a nest. Can’t get close to this price though can it


I've just read that the hue bulbs work with Nest but not with hive.

I could still get the hive but will just have two hubs and two different apps?
Salus iT500 Smart thermostat for central heating - £39.99 @ Maplin
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Smart thermostat. Control your heating and or hot water using a smart phone or PC. I have one and paid a lot more than this. A bit like hive or nest but a fraction of the price.
Got this many many moons ago. HIve and Nest are all the rage now with their products but for the price this is ace. im still using the old app didnt know the new one was even out thanks for the heads up. It's great for switching the heating on while im at work, driving home and coming to a toasty house
Monty_Burns4 h, 25 m ago

I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at …I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at which it cuts in and out are to big. The house gets to temp and cuts out and its then feeling noticeably cold before switching back on, i'd be avoiding.


Yes! This is a fault with Salus units, even the lower tech versions. For example you set your temp at 21 degrees...it will drop to about 20' before asking for heat, and then go to about 22' before shutting off. It may not sound a great deal, but the temperature fluctuates too much and is noticeable. Radiators go cold. You need a thermostat with less differential.
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Interesting. I posted what I thought looked like a good deal and as a result of replies updated my app to a much better version that I didn't know existed. I strongly recommend updating to the new IT500 PLUS app if you have the same system.

I don't see why this wouldn't work with underfloor heating but I'm no expert.

I bought a NEST controller originally but on reading the setup instructions thought it lacked manual control features. AI is good but I wasn't convinced it would work for us so I returned the NEST and bought the much less expensive Salus. No regrets!
Monty_Burns1 h, 20 m ago

I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at …I have one of these and looking to change it for a nest. The points at which it cuts in and out are to big. The house gets to temp and cuts out and its then feeling noticeably cold before switching back on, i'd be avoiding.


That's the hysteresis. Not sure about Nest but my Netatmo can be set to 0.1 degrees Celsius which works perfectly. The temperature is almost constant.
Can this handle electric underfloor heating
Boiler, Heating, Plumbing + Electrics £8 a month (£50 excess) for the first year @ Homeserve
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Boiler, Heating, Plumbing + Electrics £8 a month (£50 excess) for the first year. Deal ends 19th December 2017
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£35 quidco 😊
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stormywhether10 m ago

What's the alternative? Or are some people just having a billy downer in …What's the alternative? Or are some people just having a billy downer in general?


Decent local company and keep your fingers crossed? Seriously, these policies are like extended warranties at Curry's, etc. - the insurance company has to make a profit so, over time, you're far better off funding repairs yourself and saving their profit. Yes, you could get a big bill (though think what's the worst it could be) but unless you're VERY unlikely you'll be quids in on average.
Have been using homeserve for 4 years now. Never had a problem always came out next day fixed the issue even tho they were only minor fixes. No excess tho on the £1 pm deal. Only plumbing covered on mine
What's the alternative? Or are some people just having a billy downer in general?
Good offer as usual for 1st year. Best option is to switch between Homeserve and BG from year to year. That way you bag the introductory discounts as a new customer and grab additional cash back from tcb or Quidco. Been doing this for a while and rarely pay much more than £100 for a full years cover including boiler,central heating,plumbing and electrics. I find the quality of service.similar for both and,on the whole, pretty good.
Hive Active Heating with install for £150 through subscription cancellation @ British gas
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I'm aware that this has been posted before, but I want to reiterate that this deal is on par with the recent Black Friday deals for Hive inc. installation. However, it's always … Read more
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merlin7593rd Feb

Had the hive installed 2 and a half weeks ago and just rang up to cancel. …Had the hive installed 2 and a half weeks ago and just rang up to cancel. Very easy and no fuss and £150 cancellation fee paid. Very happy with this. Thanks!


Brilliant!
Had the hive installed 2 and a half weeks ago and just rang up to cancel. Very easy and no fuss and £150 cancellation fee paid. Very happy with this. Thanks!
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1616french16th Jan

Is this deal still available?And as I've not had a system like this before …Is this deal still available?And as I've not had a system like this before once you've cancelled and paid the one off £150 charge would you eventually have to pay a monthly subscription for these?


As far as I'm aware, there's been no change in the terms and conditions, so will still be available. Make a quick phonecall to BG if you're at all unsure. No, there is no monthly subscription after paying the £150 fee. The fee is a termination fee... which ends the initial subscription.
Is this deal still available?
And as I've not had a system like this before once you've cancelled and paid the one off £150 charge would you eventually have to pay a monthly subscription for these?
Sent them an email, still unable to talk to someone who can actually do something, I will call again tomorrow. Sent email yesterday
Hive V2 Active Heating Wireless Thermostat with Professional Installation, 2 x Hive Active Plugs and Hive Motion Sensor - £247.99 @ Costco
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Hive V2 Active Heating Wireless Thermostat with Professional Installation, 2 x Hive Active Plugs and Hive Motion Sensor Take control of your heating and hot water anytime, anywher… Read more
This is about £75 more than just getting the stat installed, dunno if that's a good deal for 2 plugs and a sensor?
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    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

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  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

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