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Liverpool housing work tackles fuel poverty

Liverpool Mutual Homes has embarked on a major refurbishment of 15,000 homes to improve standards within its housing stock as well as reduce issues of fuel poverty among tenants.

As part of that scope of works, over 11,000 of the RSL’s properties had new boilers installed, and central heating systems cleaned and protected.

“We are committed to ensuring our tenants have decent homes in which to live,” explained Liverpool Mutual Homes Gas Co-ordinator Barry Jones.

“The aim of the refurbishment is to ensure that within our housing stock, tenants benefit from a modern central heating system that has been effectively cleaned and protected.”

Mr Jones added that over 11,000 homes have been installed with new Vaillant boilers and precomissioned using Fernox chemical water treatments.

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