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Heating oil prices have risen by 33% in a year

Avoid price rises by following our top tips on how to get the best price for heating oil The average cost of a litre of heating oil was 43p in...

Find out what fault your shower is likely to develop

Find out the top six shower faults. We asked nearly 2,000 owners of mixer, power and electric showers; almost one in five said their shower developed a fault.

Could you save money on a stove?

21% of stove owners found getting a stove more expensive than expected. Which? advice on saving money when it comes to buying and using a wood-burning stove.

Pampers or Aldi? Best nappy brand revealed

We've asked 2,000 parents to rate nappy brands including Pampers, Aldi, Tesco and Asda nappies, so we can tell you which is the best disposable nappy brand.

Top five tips for buying double glazing

After speaking to more than 2,000 double glazing owners, we've rounded up the top five tips to help you get the best price for double glazed windows and doors.

Can a wood burning stove cut your energy bill?

60% of stove owners believe having a wood burning stove has saved them money on their energy bills. Use Which? advice to work out whether you could save money.

Could underfloor heating save you money on your energy bills?

We asked 157 underfloor heating owners what effect underfloor heating had on their energy bills. Find out about underfloor heating costs and what owners think.

Black Friday begins today

After a week of Black Friday deals, the official Black Friday starts today. Read Which? advice on how to find the best Black Friday deals.

Which? reveals the most and least reliable shower brands

Who makes the most reliable showers - Mira, Triton or Aqualisa? Covering mixer, power and electric showers and based on the experiences of 1,732 shower owners.

Don’t pay thousands for damp-proofing treatments you don’t need

Damp treatments can cost as much as £15,000. See Which? advice on how to identify damp problems and avoid paying for unnecessary damp treatments.

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