Thankyou to all my lovely customers for a fabulous first half term - you’ve all been amazing! 👏 We’ll be back after half term on October 28th when we will start exploring autumn 🍂 , night and day 🌟 , toys 🧸 and Christmas 🎄! You can still join us for the rest of term - see link in bio to book your FREE class!
Delicious new amber ale for you to try tonight at Puebla - Sustainable Mexican Steet food @dugdaletheatre
Locally made here in Enfield this Speculation Ale from @enfieldbrewery is just the ticket to give you that end of week feeling.
See you this evening from 6 for more big mexican flavours, local beers and wines and lip smacking cocktails right in the heart of #Enfield
Winter is coming! Are you boiler ready?
Here is some key information that will help you prepare for the extreme winter months ahead.
✅Bleed the Radiators
If you haven't already, bleed your radiators to release any air that is trapped within. Overlooking this could cause your boiler & radiators to underperform majorly.
The ideal boiler pressure is between 1 and 1.5 when the system is cool. If your boiler loses pressure, refer to the user manual to fix it or get in touch with a professional.
If part of your condensate pipework is out in the open, it could freeze when the weather gets really cold. This could also cause your boiler to stop working. The boiler might start producing a gurgling noise and if your boiler has a digital display, you might see an ‘EA’ error code too. In such a situation, you would need to safely thaw the frozen pipe.
Last but by no means least, getting your boiler serviced before the extreme weather arrives is crucial. This will reduce the risk of facing any unexpected problems during the winter months.
If you would like any more information and advice please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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