* Saving is based on annual gas usage of 13,800kWh at the BGE standard rate on 02.06.15 when entry-level remote heating controls are installed as per SEAI Energy Savings. Savings are dependent on customer behaviour change in their usage.
**Boiler Care terms & conditions apply
Control your heating from your mobile
Great news! Hive is now available in Ireland from Bord Gáis Energy.
Hive lets you control your heating and hot water remotely, from your smartphone, tablet or laptop. Hive works with your existing central heating system and there’s no need to change your energy supplier.
Its intuitive design and award-winning technology means there's no need to heat an empty home, or come back to a cold one.
Call us on 01 611 01 35 to buy and select your installation date
Save up to €120 a year*
Hive helps you to be more energy efficient because you only use your heating and hot water when you need to. With Hive you could save up to €120 a year* on your heating bills and you’ll be doing your bit for the environment too.
Hive lets you set 6 events per day. If you have a separate hot water tank, you can control your hot water remotely too. Plus, if you want to extend your heating or hot water schedule, you can do this easily with the Hive 'boost' feature on the thermostat and app.
The Geolocation feature can remind you to switch your heating on or off when you're coming or leaving home. And, if you're going away for longer, just tell Hive your holiday dates and your heating will sleep until you return – so you can always come back to a warm home.
Hive comes with professional installation by a Bord Gáis Energy Service Engineer. Installation is included in the price and it takes around 60 minutes to install the kit alongside your existing central heating system. There’s no need to change your energy supplier.
Hive also lets you see how the temperature inside your home has changed over time – a day, week, month or even a whole year.
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