Tagged with 'radiators'

Most Common Heating Conundrums

If all properties had the same heating needs, finding the best heaters for our homes would be an easy job. But, anyone working in the heating industry – including me – can agree, that our homes are as unique as our personalities and lifestyles. At Electric Radiators Direct we appreciate that every home has its own unique heating requirements, and sometimes it can be difficult to find what the best solutions for some of the home heating conundrums are. This is why we’ve prepared a guide that will hopefully help with some of the more common problems and questions you might have!

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Which Towel Heater is better for You?

Having an electric heated towel rail in your bathroom is no longer considered a luxury – it’s a must-have. Who doesn’t like to wrap themselves in a warm fluffy towel after a refreshing shower in the morning? I know I do. Heated towel rails not only keep your towels warm, but they also replace traditional radiators in heating your bathroom, keeping it cosy and welcoming at all times.

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When to Use Electric Heaters and Which Option Best Suits You

With winter almost on our doorstep, we all catch ourselves fantasizing while sat behind a desk at work; our minds wandering off to a comfortable sofa, a fluffy blanket and some hot tea or chocolate, watching an episode of 'F.r.i.e.n.d.s' for the tenth time. In an ideal world, what makes this scene even better is a crackling fireplace, but realistically, it is not practical or possible for most of us. Don’t worry, we offer something just as good.

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Black Friday Discounts are not Gone

And so we leave the Black Friday madness behind us. We hope you had a very exciting, safe and profitable Friday. If you’re already missing Black Fridays huge discounts and bargains worry no more, as our offers are still on and will most likely continue throughout this week! Hurry up and grab our great money value products such as fires, radiators and towel rails, for up to 50% off. 

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Black Friday is Finally here!

Black Friday is finally here! At Electric Radiators Direct this means two things: discounts and Christmas shopping time! Although Black Friday is not as popular as it is in the USA, we treat it very seriously, so we prepared a lot of offers on our radiators, towel rails and fires to keep you warm while you hunt for Christmas presents. Unlike the Americans, we don’t expect you to camp outside our store on Black Friday: you can still enjoy our ‘next working day delivery’ for free.

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Size matters: confused about which radiator to buy?

Electric radiators are quickly becoming the alternative heating option of choice for people who want to cut down on their energy usage, do their bit for the environment, and save a few pounds on their quarterly bills. Choosing which radiator to buy can be a difficult; there are so many different features available, from state of the art thermostats to next generation thermal heating elements. Once you've settled on a brand and type of electric radiator, how do you make sure you've got the right size? And what impact can that have on your energy bills?

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Modern designer electric radiators, functionality and style personified

The best designs in the world are based on purpose and function. When a design solves a problem, one of functionality for example, (as simply and elegantly as possible), the result is often style personified. Modern design is as mentioned simple yet distinct. To choose a modern design the right colour, textures and clean lines will be taken into account. Modern designer electric radiators have a smooth and streamlined look, unobtrusive yet functional.

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Energy efficient electric radiators. How good are they?

Energy efficiency means using less energy to provide the same service. The phrase “energy efficiency” is often used as shorthand to describe any kind of energy-saving measure. Technically it should be distinguished from energy saving conservation, a broader term which can also include forgoing a service rather than changing the efficiency with which it is provided. An example of energy conservation include turning down a thermostat in the winter or walking to the shops instead of driving. Using energy more efficiently through more efficient end-uses or through more efficient generation such as combined heat and power reduces the amount of fuel required to produce a unit of energy output and reduces the corresponding emissions of pollutants and greenhouse gases.

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