Heating can be troublesome. Unless you’re a constructor or someone involved in the building industry, shopping for heating solutions is definitely not an everyday task. It’s perfectly normal that people tend to ask us the same questions, and today we’ll do our best to answer some of the most popular ones via case studies.
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It’s great to be healthy, but you shouldn’t have to worry about your calorie intake every single time you’re having a meal – there is more to life than being slim. You simply shouldn’t be dependent on other people’s expectations towards your body - as long as you’re not a radiator. Unfortunately in the case of heating appliances, we are far less tolerant about their figure. Space in our homes is highly valued, and we certainly don’t want it taken up by bulky heaters. Because of that, heating manufacturers work hard to make sure that the technology they develop is slimline and efficient. And it’s not just top of the range products that feature a slimline design: at Electric Radiators Direct you’ll find a range of heating products for all rooms throughout your house, and today we’ll review the slimmest choices out of the popular categories on our website.
A true giant, with over 40 years of experience, Haverland is the equivalent of a celebrity in the heating world. They are responsible for manufacturing many of our best-sellers, including RC Wave designer electric radiators and Lodel electric heaters. Read on to discover some of the most popular Haverland electric heaters on our website.
A common misconception in the heating industry is that electric heating is old-fashioned. This old myth causes people to think that there is nothing more to electric heating other than storage heaters. Storage heaters are a form of heating that used to be popular somewhere in the 1970’s and is still used today, but it’s not as advanced as modern electric heaters. Unfortunately, as storage heaters fell out of favour they seemed to take the entire electric heating industry with them.
It might feel like the summer is ages away, but in reality, the weather could start getting warmer by April or May. For proud owners of conservatories that means, amongst many other things, that their little summer sanctuaries can be used again. However, this should not be the case. We spend so much money, time and effort on building our conservatories that we shouldn’t be forced to only enjoy them when the weather allows it. Carry on reading to learn about different types of heating you can use within your conservatory!
Shopping for new electric heating solutions can be very confusing, as it is not something you do on a weekly or monthly basis. As the technology moves forward, there are always new and more advanced products coming out, whether it’s computers, cars or heating. Because you shop for those appliances once every few years, it’s hard to immediately figure out what’s best for you and the budget you’re willing to dedicate.
Are you currently considering the purchase of an electric heater, but struggle to choose between free standing electric heaters and electric panel heaters? If your answer is yes, then you’re in the right place. Today I will focus on the advantages and disadvantages of both types of electric heaters, and hopefully your next hunt for the best heater will be much easier!
Buying new heaters and radiators isn't exactly your weekly or monthly task. Therefore, it’s no surprise that people rarely know what exactly they are looking for, or what certain heaters are for. Today I decided to help out any confused souls and write two guides on what our products are. Here’s the first half!
When we hear the words ‘central heating’ only one thing comes to mind: boilers. Heavy, expensive and messy to install boilers. But electric heating is supposed to be mess-free, so how come we’re promoting a ‘electric heating system’? Well, when it comes to electricity, the term ‘central heating system’ becomes much more ambiguous.
Shopping for an alternative to your old central heating system can be tough, especially if you’re new to electric heating systems. At some point, you’ll come across offers such as ‘energy-efficient electric radiators from £199.99’. On the other hand, you’ll see websites advertising electric heaters for as little as £99. They may not be ‘energy efficient heaters’, but you can’t turn a blind eye to the fact, that they are available for almost half of the price of electric radiators. So, what’s the catch?