Heating & energy
Switching energy supplier could save you around £180 this January – less than in previous months. We've still got plenty of tips to save money on energy in 2021.
A recent study exploring the levels of particulates released by residential stoves has concluded that new stoves should be accompanied by a clear health warning.
Your gas and electricity use, boiler, home heating and energy supplier could all change in future, according to the government’s latest energy announcement. Find out if a heat pump is right for your home.
The UK government plans to phase out new installation of gas boilers by mid-2030's. Reducing fossil fuels means big change to the future of home heating. Which? explores what the future of home heating could mean for you.
Top five cheapest energy deals for December 2020: why your energy bill can increase when you’re on a fixed tariff
Save £200 on your energy bills by switching to the cheapest gas and electricity deals, including from Avro Energy, Green, Outfox the Market, Shell Energy and Simplicity Energy.
Now that we're spending almost all our time at home, it's more important than ever to think about indoor air quality. Living in a damp environment can harm your health. Read on for five tips on using a dehumidifier to tackle damp and discover the latest models on test.
We all know how tedious singing two rounds of ‘Happy Birthday’ can feel when we’re washing our hands for the recommended 20 seconds – so imagine having to wait the...
Pollution indoors can be worse than outdoors - and we're spending much more time at home right now. If you're thinking of buying an air purifier, find out how much you'd typically need to spend. We also share tips on buying a great air purifier on Black Friday.
Which? reveals the most common repairs for broken boilers according to trusted traders, and how much it'll cost you to fix.
Find out how much you could save on gas and electricity bills this month, why your energy bill can increase if you have a fixed tariff and how to claim tax relief on heating if you’re working from home owing to coronavirus.