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Getting the Most Out of Your Conservatory During Winter

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 16:22:59 Europe/London

Throughout winter, conservatories in the UK frequently become ‘no-go areas’ due to their high rate of heat loss, their doors often remaining sadly shut for the most part of the season. This is a great shame on a number of levels: not only have you spent a lot of money building this lovely additional room to your property, but you’re also missing out on a time when your garden can look particularly picturesque covered in snow and frost. The main barrier for enjoying your conservatory during winter is the difficulty in keeping it warm, but what can you do to improve its heat retention?

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Comments | Posted By Dawn Williams

New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home

Friday, 6 January 2017 14:53:24 Europe/London

The tradition of New Year’s resolutions has been traced back as far as 4,000 years ago, to ancient Babylon, and has managed to survive the test of time despite their low success rate. As we look back into 2016 and towards the potential of the year ahead, it’s a good idea to turn your attention to your home. The start of the year is an ideal time to make a bold, brave change to your interiors and massively overhaul your routine to eliminate bad habits. Here are some tips to get you get started.

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Comments | Posted By Dawn Williams

Keeping Cosy with Hygge

Wednesday, 30 November 2016 09:21:47 Europe/London

Driving to-and-fro from work in the dark is one of the least enjoyable aspects of winter, especially if you work in a windowless office which masks the passage of time, confusing your body into believing you live in perpetual twilight. We get less exposure to sunlight during the colder months, which can make us more moody and lethargic, but the Danish concept of ‘Hygge’ promises to banish our winter blues.

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Wall Mounted Electric Radiators and Where to Place Them

Monday, 28 November 2016 09:52:00 Europe/London

Radiator placement can be quite a controversial topic. As amusing as that might sound, it’s a topic that is more divisive that you may initially think and there are two distinct schools of thought that disagree on where radiators are best placed within the home. If you’re wondering where to install wall mounted electric radiators, it basically comes down to one question: is it best to place them under windows or not? Both sides of the argument are equally compelling but which should you listen to?

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How to work out the running cost of your heating

Friday, 25 November 2016 10:02:06 Europe/London

Understanding and working out your energy costs can be a complicated endeavour. For a truly accurate cost analysis, a whole plethora of variables come into play such as the quality of your insulation, the location of your property, the power usage of your energy system and your supplier’s tariff rate. If you want to know how to work out the running cost of your heating, we’ve made straightforward instructions that are simple to put into practise and could help you make a more informed purchase for your next appliance.

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Electric Radiator Reviews

Tuesday, 22 November 2016 10:17:44 Europe/London

You may already have a fairly good idea of what you’re looking for if you’re going to purchase an electric radiator. Knowing what size or wattage you need beforehand is usually the first step to making your decision so all that’s left is to narrow down your list of possibilities to the product which will tick most, if not all, your boxes. Here are some of the main aspects you should be taking into consideration – it may even help to write down a list of keywords that could help you in your search.

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Comments | Posted By Dawn Williams

Designer Electric Radiators | Effortlessly Enhancing your Interiors

Monday, 21 November 2016 09:09:33 Europe/London

Our homes are our castles and we can spend years trying to make the perfect interiors for our properties, carefully selecting furniture and decorative touches that bring a theme together. When designing your schemes, there’s often one key aspect of the room that gets overlooked: your heating system. Take a look at our designer electric radiators which have sleek, attractive casings and provide more versatile installation possibilities over traditional gas systems.

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Comments | Posted By Dawn Williams

Smart Electric Radiators – Connecting to the Internet of Things

Thursday, 17 November 2016 09:24:53 Europe/London

The term ‘internet of things’ may have been coined at the turn of the century, but today it has exploded into a world-wide phenomenon. Internet enabled devices are now so commonplace that in years to come, the connectivity of even the most humdrum home appliances will be completely normalised - but what do we stand to gain from this staggering technological leap forward?

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Comments | Posted By Dawn Williams

How to Get a Grant to Insulate Your Home

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 10:37:55 Europe/London

Time is running out for the ECO government scheme which provides free grants for low income households to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. It's due to finish in March 2017 so there's not much time left if you're thinking of applying. Before you decide on anything, our ECO article will tell you all the basics about the scheme as well as any potential pitfalls.

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Comments | Posted By Dawn Williams

Economical Electric Heaters

Tuesday, 8 November 2016 12:46:29 Europe/London

Years ago, when I had moved away from home for the first time, I learned an important lesson: don’t confuse buying a cheap heater for ‘being economical’. As I saw my astronomical energy bill, I realised I had been taught the hard way and that more consideration needs to go into choosing a heating appliance rather than just its base cost. Here are a few of the more important aspects you should mull over if you’re shopping for an economical way of heating your home.

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