Tag Archives: economy radiators

  • How to Heat a Loft Conversion

    During the winter months attic conversions can become incredibly cold. If you are considering abandoning any form of heating system due to the cost of extending your current WET system then you should think again. (A WET central heating system uses a traditional boiler which pumps hot water into your radiators)

    As with most loft conversions space is a precious commodity. Usually the layout is open plan in order to utilise maximum living space. As a consequence traditional radiators often eat up more floor space than it’s slim profile electric radiator counterpart such as the energy efficient Read more ...

  • How to select the best electric heating system

    Deciding on which electric radiator to select is usually formed over several factors. The unit price, running costs, design, size and ease of use. Of course there are numerous electric radiators on the market many of which vary in price, style and function. So to clear up any confusion we are going to explain the differences between all types of electric heating.

    What is a storage heater?

    Storage heaters are usually bulky since they need to store accumulated heat from either ceramic bricks or water overnight via an economy 7 tariff which is perceived to be cheaper. Whilst It’s true however that storage heaters can obtain low electricity rates overnight the ...
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  • How to take control over your heating bills

    With many of us experiencing frosty temperatures and snow this week we can be rest assured that the winter freeze has only just commenced. Perhaps your old storage heaters or gas radiators are looking tired and costing you way too much. It may be that they are also offering you a poor and inconsistent level of heat distribution, which often leaves cold patches susceptible to mildew and undesirables.

    At this time of the year it is extremely alluring to turn the dial to 28 degrees and hope for the best. Although you could soon find yourself hiding under the duvet anticipating a nasty energy bill. Nevertheless w ...
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  • Why you should heat your property with an economy radiator

    In todays climate saving money is essential. For most of us financial planning is an enormous element in our day to day living. When it comes to new builds or refurbishments this is even more prevalent. So why exactly should I heat my property with an electric radiator? Aren’t they costly to run? The simple answer is no. A new generation of electric radiators facilitate an extremely economical solution, not only in terms of powerfully low running costs but also the installation expenses are virtually zero. After all why go to the trouble of acquiring costly quotes from plumbers and heating engineers to lay or extend pipe work when you don’t have to? It’s not only the cost of laying ...
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  • Storage heaters costing you far too much?

    Have you recently moved into a property installed with ghastly storage heaters that are costing you way too much? Besides from their undesirable, colossal and outdated aesthetics it’s highly likely that they are costing an unexpectedly large amount of money to heat your property. Using an economy 7 tariff (also known in Scotland as total heat control) they provide the intention to save you money through an interesting method of purchasing electricity (on an evening when it is perceived to be much cheaper) then storing that heat to emit throughout the following day. There is a catch however, these clever energy companies will always win back those savings through charging you a premium d ...
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  • Best electric central heating solution for landlords

    Are you a current property investor or maybe you’re looking to buy a property to let for the first time? Then perhaps you’re wondering how on earth your going to heat your apartments whilst ensuring that the energy meter for each accommodation remains separate. While it is possible to fit gas meters for each living accommodation, it is just not practical in terms of expenditure. However don’t panic, there is a quick, reliable and low operating and installation cost central heating answer.

    Low Installation expenditure

    Installation expenditure is virtually zero in comparison with rerouting and installing ghastly expensive gas meters and pipes for each living acco ...
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  • Low energy electric radiators in a nutshell

    Low energy electric radiators

    Energy efficient electric radiators such as the SlimPro are designed in a way that can not only help you save on your monthly energy bills but can also dramatically lower your carbon footprint. Constructed from recycled aluminium our radiators are sourced from environmentally sustainable origins. Not only this they look fantastic too moreover a proud upgrade to any home interior. Packed with built in 24hr 7 day program scheduling its possible to pre program ...
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