The Nest pro installation was invented by the same designer who designed the iPod and could help you to cut your fuel bill by up to 29% a year! It’s clever technology analyses your behavior and then creates a tailored programme based on your habits. This same technology also analyses how long it actually takes to warm up your house, so that you are able to have the correct temperature when you want it, rather than waiting for it to heat up, possibly hours later! The Nest pro installation also can give you data on how long and how often your heating system has been used!
The Nest pro installation app gives you the flexibility to control your heating and hot water via your computer, phone or tablet.
Avenue heating is an accredited Nest Pro installer and pride ourselves on being one of the most experienced companies in the area when it comes to the installation of Nest Learning Thermostats!
Simple installation- as it can be a semi-wired or a wireless installation, we can install your Nest in as little as an hour!
Compatibility- the Nest thermostat is compatible with most heating systems!
Increased efficiency- the installation of a Nest not only save money, but also you are helping the environment by only having your heating switched on when you need it!
Control- you have the power to control your Nest from literally anywhere in the world! This is also a great tool for landlords who rent properties with bills included. The landlord is able to inform tenants when the boiler will be scheduled to come on and leave it set and is able to monitor it’s use remotely!
Our normal operating hours are:
Monday- Friday 7am – 6pm
Emergency out of hours include:
Monday – Friday 7pm – 12pm
Saturday & Sunday 7am – 10pm
St Albans is a cathedral city in Hertfordshire, England located at the east of Hemel Hempstead and west of Hatfield, 20 miles (32 km) north-west of London. St. Albans, which later became the Roman city of Verulamium, was the first significant settlement for travelers traveling north on the ancient Roman Watling Street. It is located in the Greater London Built-up Area and the commuter belt of London.
St Albans‘ numerous historic inns can be attributed to its past as a small rural market town, a Christian pilgrimage place, and the first coaching stop on the route to and from London. Small and lacking in industry, St. Albans was in the Victorian era.