Worcester Bosch Greenstar 8000 Life 40C
I've just had a Worcester Bosch Greenstar 8000 Life 40C installed but I've not had a timer or thermostat installed.
I've not bought it yet but I'm going to Tado to control the central heatining, initially with just the starter extension kits and, when cashflow allows, upgrade each of the rooms to have a Tado TRV and possibly accompanying thermostat.
But when we move I'd like to take all teh Tado kit with me to the next house.
So, for ease, I'd like to get my plumber to fit a traditional timer to control the heating, which I can then immediately replace with the Tado Extension kit.
Then when we move I can remove the Tado Extension kit and replace it with the traditional timer.
My question is, which is the best traditional timer to get so that there is zero wiring to change when I install the Tado Extension kit and then zero wiring to change when I put the tradtiional timer back in?
Thanks in advance