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Philippines To Receive Its First Shelby Dealer

Not every country gets the dealer for the cars that they want; it’s ultimately up to the manufacturer to decide if they think that the market is worth entering. Philippine’s auto enthusiasts finally have some good news from Shelby.

The Ford aftermarket company recently appointed an exclusive distributor for the Philippines; Autohub Group of Companies. The company will be in charge of selling aftermarket auto parts, including kits, as well as Shelby-modified vehicles, acting as the US manufacturer’s official and exclusive supplier.

Autohub Group of Companies President Willy Tee Ten says that they’ll be bringing in as many products from Shelby into the Philippine auto market as they can, acting as the exclusive distributor for the US company’s products, covering auto parts, accessories, as well as upgrades. They’ll also handle the installation of said parts, including kits and superchargers.

Autohub has stated that they won’t be selling Shelby cars immediately, but they’ll be doing so in the future, via indent orders, for those in the Philippines who are interested in owning their very own Shelby. The company has yet to reveal which models they’ll be selling, but there are talks that say it’ll be, at least, the Shelby GT, GT-S, and, possibly Super Snake.

As part of their deal, Autohub will be sending its technicians and mechanics to Shelby, in the US, for training. This will allow the distributor to properly install aftermarket upgrades, particularly the supercharger kits to the Mustang’s V8 iterations.

As for the distribution of Shelby vehicles, Tee Ten announced that Allen Pascual will be in charge, to act as the head of Shelby Philippines in the future, on top of his leading of the Autohub Car Care Services (ACCS), which handle all aftermarket parts and accessories under the Autohub Group umbrella.

Neither Shelby nor Autohub has revealed the date when Shelby Philippines will officially open, but Tee Ten reports that they’re just waiting for the finalization process to finish on the deal; with the final signature having yet to be filled out. He says that they’re expecting it around January; sometime in the earlier months of 2020.

 

 

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No Clear Solution In The Government’s Climate Change Objectives

Most households in the UK use gas boilers. When there is a problem, they call boiler repairs in Bradford to fix the issue and ensure that the boiler is running efficiently. When modern boilers are regularly maintained, fuel is burned efficiently and reduces the risks of gas leaks. A home with an efficient boiler is also more attractive to property investors.

However, the government has recently announced that future home standards will put an end to fossil fuelled heating systems in new properties. New homes must use low carbon heating systems that will meet the world’s leading levels of efficiency 6 years from now. This is in line with the advice of the Committee on Climate Change that no new homes should be connected to the gas grid by 2025 and beyond.

A spokesperson from the Home Builders Federation said that there must be an assurance that alternative heat sources will be suitably attractive, available and efficient before the existing options are withdrawn. De-carbonizing UK’s domestic heating systems is a big challenge and if the government wants to release its climate change objectives, it must provide a clear solution.

A solution that is being considered is to fit new homes with heat pumps that will absorb heat from outside air or extract heat from the ground. However, the heat pumps will require electricity to run. Another option is local heat networks that will provide hot water from a central renewable source. Other options are considering hydrogen as a replacement to natural gas.

Biomethane which is derived from waste can be injected into the gas grid and the government will consult later this year how to increase the proportion. Other potential options to de-carbonize the grid include the use of low carbon hydrogen. Biomethane producers on the other hand said the government needs a favorable policy environment to increase the levels of “green gas” in the grid.

Every household has the obligation to call boiler repairs in Bradford when they notice signs of a potential breakdown. It is not only for the sake of energy efficiency for boiler repairs to be carried outimmediately because gas leaks can compromise life and property.

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Checking For Credible Boiler Providers

Are you finding out the overall cost of moving a boiler to a new location? It calls for no problem as you can easily know the expected cost of boiler relocation and how few things can affect their price. Before we begin, you may need to check possible engineers who can do the move while you visit them today at their office.

How Much to Move a Boiler?

Expect to pay around £350-750 for a boiler to be move to a different location. The move will include parts and labor. The fees to pay for a couple of feet is £350, for an average move is £500, and if it involves more pipework, it’s £750.

What Affects the Cost of the Boiler Move

  • The Time Taken and Materials Used

It is obvious to have a higher price when you move a boiler to a different location with more time spent and more materials used. The cheapest cost to ever make is moving the boiler for few feet. But more people insist that the boiler be moved upstairs, downstairs, into the loft, the garage, in another room or the extensions.

  • More Pipework Needed

Boilers use copper for their pipework and therefore it isn’t really that cheap. If the gas fitter uses more copper, then the higher the cost will be for moving the boiler. You’re not only paying for the expenses of the copper but the gas fitter’s time as well.

  • Additional Flues and Extensions Required

You will need a different flue if you want to move the boiler to the loft, even if there’s an existing flue on the side of the wall. What you’ll need is a vertical flue with one or two extensions to penetrate the roof. If you had to buy vertical flues, it will cost you £100 with extensions amounting to £45-55.

  • Moving an Older Boiler or Replacing with a New One

If you were to spend £500 for moving a boiler, consider a replacement. If your boiler has been used for many years, you need to replace it and save costs on repairs. Just add extra pounds and consider a warranty when buying one. You definitely save money on bills especially if it’s subject to more repairs. Check for possible boiler providers and visit them today.

 

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