Hello, we're in an old house without central heating and without insultation, we use carpets and wall tapestries to improve the temp and noisy air heaters of 1000-2000 watt each. I am not keen on gas heater cause we cannot carry the bottles to 1st floor so easily. Thinking now of ''heat radiators' that range from 30 - 200 euro each, and the best of them consumes only 750 watt. (any suggestions if you use a radiator?).Also, they are less noisy than airheaters right? Aside electrics, what would you suggest if you got similar problem? Maybe we should install a fireplace or woodstove? Or even, a central a/c of A+ energy class to heat all house (90 square meters)? Thank you for any replies, happy winter......
I have a portable gas heater, 12kg bottle. We smell gas when turned on. I have replaced the regulator, but can still smell gas. We leave a door half open for ventilation, but still the same. Can eany one help. Also, is there a company in Nicosia where i can have it checked out? firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi all We have just put our 1 bed apartment in Limassol on the market. We have a tenant in situ who has lived in the apartment for 10 years and has been a dream tenant - never missed a payment and has carried out repairs and maintenance to the apartment as required. Unfortunately for financial reasons we now find ourselves having to sell. The tenant has asked whether we will consider selling with her as a sitting tenant (obviously terms of rental would be agreed with new owner). The agent is not overly keen on selling with the tenant. Is it unusual to sell with a tenant in place? We were looking more at the investment market where someone would be happy to buy straight into a propety with a income however agent is telling us these type of buyers are few and far between. Any comments / advice would be appreciated. Sonia
Hi all, We are currently living in Brittany, France and we are marketing our house - in which we have lived permanently for 5 years - due to imminent move back to the UK. We have loved life here, but feel the climate is too similar to the UK for it to actually feel like a holiday home once we have moved back, and we are putting out some feelers to see if there is anyone selling their house who may be interested in a permanent property swap/exchange. Our house is being marketed for 167,000 euros.
Can anyone explain to me why builders merchants and such in Cyprus, carry Rustoleum Radiator Spray Paint in white or grey when I ask if they can specially order Chrome when renewing stock they cant seem to do this , surely if and when they order from supplier it is not that hard to make a special order for specific number of cans for a customer . I am looking for about 15 cans , alternatively if anyone has any suggestions as to how to get them here, would appreciate it, with being spray paint almost impossible. THANKS
We have problems with our machine, it seems as it's something simple like the water not flowing in very well, but I'm useless with it so I was hoping someone could recommend someone to come and take a look at it. I called one person I had as a general person to fix stuff around the house but he was busy and said to look online for someone. Came across a post on here asking essentiall the same question a couple months back but there was no good response.
Typical Cypriot Stone house for sale in the centre of the beautiful village of Anogyra, close to shops and community centre. Through lounge, dining area and kitchen. 2 Bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin. Shower room. Idyllic private walled courtyard. Parking. House, all ground floor, comes fully equipped. Sale price, 135,000 Euros