Does my theory make sense?
in LPG, heating oil, solid & other fuels
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I have a combi boiler and usually have it on and off (timed ) during cold periods. Back in march this year, I tried keeping the boiler on, but turning off the individual radiators around the house. I even studied the gas meter as I did this and when the boiler was ON and all the radiators were OFF, the meter didn't budge. It seemed as though it was OFF. So, does anyone know if this is more or equally as economical to leave the boiler permanently ON during the winter and just turn on/off individual radiators. I.e. I would turn them all off while out at work all day and at night and vary them when I'm home. Hope this makes sense!
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