Director Of Boiler Central
Myles is one of our directors here at Boiler Central and loves finding the best boilers and best ways to get great energy saving boiler deals for our customers. Keeping costs down and ensure that all the best tech is available on site is what keeps Myles going!
The brains behind the actual birth of the Boiler Central website itself, Myles has grown the site from the bottom up. With fellow CEO James Elston rest of the team’s input, Myles has been able to do what he loves best and get himself noticed, sorry, the Boiler Central brand noticed across the UK.
Now competing with the big boys online such as Gritish Bas, the Boiler Central brand continues to make waves in the industry. Myles has a way of ensuring that all out boiler prices are as low as possible, here’s how: He fully understands which boilers customers want and which are the best value. This means we sell far more boilers, so our suppliers sell them to us for less, and our savings are handed down to you. Win Win!
Myles completed his BCc (Hons) Business & Management Degree at Edge Hill University
To make sure that as many people are aware of Boiler Central’s fantastic boilers, prices, customer service, and him… JK.
Energy-Efficient Washing Machines: Front-loading washing machines are generally more energy and water-efficient than top-loading models. Appliance expert Myles Robinson says that front-load washers tend to be 25% to 50% more efficient than top-loaders. To save even more energy during laundry days, tenants can also use cold water for washing clothes whenever possible.
And while the nation reviews its energy usage in an effort to find areas where it can be reduced, heating expert Myles Robinson from Boiler Central reveals how to release trapped air from a radiator - which could save you a small fortune.
"The rollout of heat pumps is not a viable long-term solution for the energy crisis given that most households can’t use them," said Myles Robinson, heating expert at UK boiler provider Boiler Central. "The government is looking into using hydrogen as a suitable alternative, which is much more suited to UK homes. However, as progress is slow on getting gas grids to switch to hydrogen, the UK is pushing heat pumps as a solution when they are just a sticking plaster on a serious problem." Robinson concluded: "Like the ‘green grants’ launched last year halfway through the Covid-19 pandemic, we can expect consumer confusion and no clear progression on what exactly will be fuelling our homes in 20 years."
Myles Robinson, heating expert at online retailer Boiler Central, told MailOnline: 'The plan is misleading for UK consumers. The government is suggesting that all homes can have heat pumps to replace gas boilers, when in fact only a small percentage of UK homes are suitable for them. 'As well as the fact that government grants would only fund heat pumps in 90,000 homes in the first place, the rollout of heat pumps is not a viable long-term solution for the energy crisis given that most households can't use them. 'The Government is looking into using hydrogen as a suitable alternative, which is much more suited to UK homes. However, as progress is slow on getting gas grids to switch to hydrogen, the UK is pushing heat pumps as a solution when they are just a sticking plaster on a serious problem.'