If all you’ve ever known is bulky old heaters, you’re going to have your whole view of electric heating flipped on its head with our slimline electric radiators. These ultra-modern appliances are slender, attractive and the perfect way to stay cosy without having your heating stick out like a sore thumb (yes, we’re looking at you, storage heaters). There’s plenty of choice when it comes to slim electric heating solutions and this blog aims to cover all of the most common questions about these innovative little heaters. So, here’s everything you need to know about slimline radiators and maybe even a bit more…
You’ve bought your electric radiator and now you’re raring to get it up and ready but where to start? If you’re not a DIY expert – and let’s face it, many of us aren’t! – we’ve made a list of the main dos and don’ts so you can install yours with confidence. Here’s what you need to know…
Ever wondered if new is always better? Is the grass truly greener on the other side? The case can definitely be made for new electric heaters. In recent years electric heating has become one of the preferred choices when it comes to efficient heating. It has seen a number of upgrades and is one of the many solutions often topping the list as a more eco-friendly heating system. Gone are the bulky appliances of the past, now replaced by more sleek and stylish heaters that come with a range of energy-saving features to help cut down on costs and energy usage. So, just how much more efficient are the new electric heaters on the market?
Loft conversions are an established popular choice for houses across the UK, mostly because it’s easier to convert a space than it is to move into a completely new house. The UK doesn’t exactly boast a vast quantity of large houses, especially since our small island doesn’t have the space. Terraced properties are a more common sight up and down the country, and we’ve certainly found more creative ways to utilise space in our homes, whether it’s a new conservatory, a man cave in the shed or a loft converted into a bedroom. Perhaps you have recently converted your loft to use as office space or as another bedroom, whatever the reason you’re no doubt wondering how to keep this space warm and cosy throughout the whole year. What’s the answer? You’ve guessed it: electric radiators. The real question is, which of our electric radiators are best for loft conversions?
I think we can all agree that heating is the last thing on a uni student’s mind, not when there are parties to be had, lecture notes to copy and a brand-new world to explore without parental supervision. This can sometimes leave landlords on the back foot, because without the eagle eye of someone monitoring the thermostat, energy usage can quickly spiral out of control. But what if we told you there was an easy way for landlords to manage a property’s heating system, even from a distance? The answer is in electric radiators. So, if you want to know more about how they can save you money, read on…
If you’ve made the switch to electric heating and are wondering how to get the most out of your radiators, then you’ve come to the right place. With a variety of energy saving features now standard with all of our electric radiators, it’s important that you know exactly what each function can do and how it can make heating your home easier than ever before, so that you get the best value for your money.
When building a new home, everything has to be just right and the same has to be said for getting the best heating system. Recent legislation now states that any new home built after 2025 will no longer be allowed to install gas central heating, which means that heating for new builds will have to be reconsidered. This is one of the many reasons why there has been an increase in interest for other heating alternatives. So, what is the best system for new builds now?
You’ve no doubt heard the news that home heating is going to be seeing upgrades in the near future and if you’re wondering what that means for you, then have no fear, we have the answers. For home heating the future is simple; it’s all about efficiency. Gas central heating has already seen its day as the undisputed champion, but it is time to look to a greener solution. There are a number of ways to heat your home whilst saving on energy and keeping costs low, in fact, many people have already followed this trend towards a more economic lifestyle and have reaped the rewards. So, what does the future have to hold for home heating? It’s time to find out.
Making the switch from gas to electric heating can be a daunting prospect, especially as we are a nation that has depended on gas central heating for so long, but the fact of the matter is gas is no longer sustainable. A good alternative is electric, not only with our cars but with our heating too, as it’s the more environmentally conscious choice. There are a number of things to consider before switching, which is why we’re here to help guide you through the energy-saving world of electric heating.
As of 2020 around 85% of homes in the UK use gas central heating, which leaves 15% of properties seeking alternative ways of heating, and with recent moves towards a more efficient society, this number can only increase. Currently, most homes without mains gas tend to be in rural places that are disconnected from the grid, but there are more and more modern apartments and eco-friendly properties being built without gas heating systems. So, what are your options if you decide to go against the grain and heat without gas? Well, there are several avenues to consider, with electric heating often coming out on top and for good reason too.