What comes to mind when you think of an oil filled radiator? Is it a faithful, portable standby when your central heating breaks down; or perhaps a sleek and stylish wall mounted solution with the very latest technology? Oil filled electric radiators encompass a wide range of styles but they all have one thing in common: they’re all popular, sought-after solutions for home heating. There’s a reason why they’re among the most widely purchased electric heaters, so if you’re not sure what they can do for you, here are the three main benefits of oil filled electric radiators.
It’s unlikely that your heating has switched on even once during this glorious spell of summer weather, so though the plants in the garden might not be relishing the heatwave, it’s certainly not been harming our pockets. Right now, we’re having the perfect weather for enjoying our conservatory spaces – they’re a great place for a leisurely breakfast during the cooler part of the day, or for the whole family to come together and relax in the evenings. With the high temperatures we’ve been experiencing, your conservatory will likely have plenty of residual heat well into the night, but it’s a good idea to think ahead about how you plan to make the most of your space when the weather turns cooler. Wall mounted electric radiators are superb for conservatory heating so get a head-start on your comfort before it turns too chilly!
Whenever you purchase an electric appliance, you’ll find an unusual array of symbols, letters, and icons displayed somewhere in the product documentation and safety specification. These seemingly incomprehensible glyphs contain a mixture of capital and lower-case letters, arrows, boxes, and various other design elements, offering little explanation to their meaning or purpose. If you’re anything like us, you’ll more than likely pay these safety endorsements little attention and go about using your product without giving them a second thought. But what do they actually mean? We thought it was time to lift the lid on the confusing world of electric safety certifications and provide some answers.
Electric heating comes in many forms, whether it’s programmable electric radiators, economical storage heaters, or modern infrared panels. It’s indisputably one of the best means of home heating, offering something for just about everyone, but it’s also managed to corner a specific market with a degree of success no other system has managed to replicate: portability. Electric heaters are the kings of convenience, offering unparalleled ease of use whenever we need quick top-up warmth, and though they’re not designed for primary heating, you’ll still find plenty of variation in these simple little appliances. We’re taking a look at two of the most popular portable heaters on the market, electric radiators and convector heaters, to weigh up which is the best fit for your space.
Whether you’re a first-time tinkerer, a fully-fledged developer, or simply fancy pursuing a home renovation or two, Electric Radiators Direct has all you need to add the finishing touches to your home project. Upgrading your heating system in full is often a costly job – but, with multi-purchase promotions across our best-selling range of electric radiators, refurbishing your heating system has never been easier.
We don’t often associate noise with inanimate objects, making it all the more noticeable when our heaters start to make the odd ping, crackle or clunk. In actuality, most heating systems make some form of noise – be it the gentle whirr of a blow heater, or the pop and spit of a wood-burning stove – but if you’re not sure how much noise is too much noise when it comes to radiators, here’s everything you need to know.
Despite it being mid-summer, the demand for effective, reliable, and energy-efficient heating never stops. Although it’s undoubtedly been a while since you considered the need for new electric radiators, there’s nothing wrong with making sure you’re well prepared for when winter finally rolls back around. If you’re in need of a modern alternative to a failing central heating system, or simply need to upgrade your existing electric radiators, the Ecostrad Ecowärme is ideal.
Electric panel heaters are something of a staple for homes up and down the country. Typically used for supplementary heating, panel heaters provide fast-acting warmth for spare rooms, home offices, or anywhere that needs its own independent heating system. Elnur are one of the most reputable manufacturers of panel heaters and you’ve most likely come across one or two of their products before. Elnur’s latest electric panel heater, the PH Plus, is a definitive upgrade from their original design, specifically tailored for the increasing demands of modern electric heating. If you need a smart, user-friendly system, look no further than the PH Plus…
We’re all looking to save money on our heating at the moment and it’s become something of a national mantra. Everywhere you look, we’re being encouraged to get control over our energy usage and upgrade to newer, more efficient systems. The big upside to this is that the more efficient our home heating systems are, the lower our running costs will be, so if you’re looking for a cheap to run electric heater, we highly advise looking for ones with the most energy-saving features. We’ve selected a few heaters from our range to highlight how they can save you money…
After a scorching bank holiday weekend, it seems that the summer is finally around the corner. While you’re soaking up some vitamin D and hunting out your favourite swim shorts, it’s time for our heating systems to take a well-deserved break. Even though we all have our fingers crossed for an instantaneous summer heatwave, it’s likely we’ll still need some additional heating on the last leg of the run up to summer — especially on cool evenings when the sun drops behind the clouds. To ensure you’re covered when the sunshine fades, and to keep your heating system in good shape for next winter, follow these simple summer heating tips and consider the advantages of occasional heating with an electric panel heater…