Heating of homes


Charis CEO and chairman Graham Ayres outlines the winter preparations the company is making to help housing associations with administering support grants for their more vulnerable residents.

The good news is in - Ofgem has decreased the energy price cap to its lowest level since March 2022. A seven per cent drop to £1925 will potentially be followed by a further drop to £1823 in October according to Cornwall Insight. This is great news for householders who can finally see some breathing space.

However, the landscape is not going to change for millions of residents who are still falling through the cracks when it comes to balancing income with outgoings which continue to be disproportionately high.


The new Logic2 range has launched with a range of new features and components that:

1. Make Logic2 even easier for your engineers to install and service

2. Reduce the number of unnecessary engineer call outs

Heat pumps bring salvation to high energy bills

A programme to upgrade the heating of homes in Essex is helping the Salvation Army Housing Association bring affordable warmth to residents whilst also reducing the carbon footprint of its housing stock.

Salvation Army Housing Association (Saha) owns and manages over 3,500 homes across England and when a mixture of 35 flats and houses in Brewers Yard, Southminster, in the Maldon district of Essex required an upgrade,  TSG Building Services were appointed as a result of a competitive tender to install new Air Source Heat Pumps heating systems