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1calefacción central feminine
- My property is a one bedroom flat with 5 radiators, gas central heating and a gas cooker.
- In today's world, electricity turns our nights into days and central heating our winters into spring.
- The property is also fitted with gas fired central heating and smoke alarms.
- There is a security entry phone system, gas central heating and reserved car parking space.
- It has been rewired, with double glazing and central heating put in, along with a new kitchen and bathroom.
- I was told this is because I have central heating and the water rates are connected to the general rates.
- The first thing is to make sure that, if you have gas-fired central heating, your gas boiler is working smoothly.
- The house has oil fired central heating and also has electric storage heaters.
- We did not put central heating or double glazing in homes we had any intention of demolishing.
- Gas-fired central heating and a video intercom system are included in each apartment.
- There is no central heating, one tumble dryer for 17 people and only one source of hot water.
- Some people don't like having their central heating on and their houses are freezing.
- Staff are even encouraged to wear warmer clothes in cold weather to reduce the need for central heating.
- A mother hit boiling point after going more than six weeks without hot water or central heating.
- The house is fitted with gas-fired central heating and double glazed hardwood windows.
- The cottage has gas fired central heating, a burglar alarm and draught proof sash windows.
- With central heating we do not have air circulation as in the old days.
- Then gas fires and central heating started to become popular and families replaced their coal fires.
- They have central heating, hot and cold running water, a fridge and a domestic-size cooker.
- My family had no central heating, one open fire and no double glazing.
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