THERE is nothing more uncomfortable than a cold room in winter. There may be a certain amount of warmth round the fireplace, but if the outer fringes of the room are a sort of Arctic circle, visitors and family Buffer agonies of discomfort.
To obtain an equable temperature throughout every room should be the aim of every householder. It is very easily accomplished if central heating is installed.
The cost is comparatively small, and, in course of time. Saving of fuel and economy in working pays for the installation. The type of boiler depends upon the size of the house.