No one likes to spend their hard-earned money on bills. We are constantly looking for ways to cut down on this monthly burden, wishing from time to time we lived somewhere with a warm climate. At Electric Radiators Direct we believe that electric heating is the most effective way of making your central heating system more economic. And today I will try to show you why!
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One thing that often deters people from upgrading their home heating system is the disruption it can sometimes cause. Most homes these days have gas boilers and a centralised system which may be difficult to upgrade, whereas those who live in flats or homes powered by electricity might find it a little easier. Either way, installing electric radiators really isn't as difficult as you might think...
Anyone who's shopped around for electric radiators knows that the market is full of various products to choose from. Some of these products might help cut down your energy bills, others might not be the best fit for your home or lifestyle. Electric radiators are booming, becoming the go-to energy efficient heating option of choice for homes and offices across the country - so how do you make sure you're choosing the right one? What's the difference between the various technologies and builds on offer?
If you're one of the many homeowners in the UK who are now considering electric radiators as a way of cutting down on your energy usage and moving to a greener way of living, you're probably wondering about tariffs and energy companies. Electric radiators, when used in the right way, are almost guaranteed to reduce your energy usage, but the cost is a different matter. The price you pay for your energy will vary depending on which energy supplier you use and which tariff you're on.
This is one of the most common heating conundrums: how to heat rooms with high ceilings? Whether you have gas central heating or electric heating, rooms with high ceilings or large windows will always have specific heating requirements. Fortunately, Haverland manufacturers found a way to tackle this problem and implemented their patent in one of their electric radiators. Read on to discover how to deal with heating high-ceilinged rooms!
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.
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.
Whether you’re on a budget or simply trying to spend as little money as possible on your heating appliances, this article is for you. With our budget range, you’re not only saving on the running costs of your electric heater, but also on the upfront cost. Today we’ll sum up the most inexpensive heater for each of the three popular categories: electric radiators, panel heaters and heated towel rails.
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.
Within the past few days two articles concerning gas leakages and explosions were published in the media. These articles are an unpleasant reminder of the dangers of gas central heating – but also the benefits of electric central heating. In comparison to traditional heating systems, an electric heating system is completely safe and poses no risk to you or your family. So what exactly are those advantages?