what does the water temperature have to be
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    i have to do a risk assessment for my radiators and hot water but cant seem to find what the temp as to be exact thank you x

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    I don't have my heating set more than 18, but 20 rings a bell for some reason.

    Hot water, I do recall a plumber advising me to set my tank to a higher temp than it was - something to do with bacteria
    He changed the setting and I've not touched it since, just been up to have a look and can't see it lol

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    My RAs say that radiators will be 'hand warm' and controlled by stats which are checked through the day in case children fiddle with them.

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    GREAT THANK YOU X

 

 

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