The economical answer to this question is “yes, electric radiators are efficient” but if you’re anything like me, you’ll want to know the hows, whys and wherefores before coming to your own conclusions. We’re covering all the main questions about radiator efficiency in this blog, so if you want to know more, let’s get right into it…
If there’s one thing that comes to mind when you see the iQ Glass, it’s how sleek and modern this electric heater looks. With its black glass front, its touchscreen interface and its WiFi capabilities, the iQ Glass is a truly contemporary take on heating. However, there’s more to an electric heater than its appearance, even if this one is particularly stylish. I wanted to put the iQ Glass to the test, to find out which features work best and get right down to brass tacks so I can share the results with you in this review.
When in the market for a new heating system, there are a few costs you have to consider: installation costs, maintenance costs and of course running costs. Electric radiators have almost no installation and maintenance costs but, as with any heating system, running costs can vary depending on various factors including the efficiency of your radiators, your home’s insulation, energy tariffs, and the size of the rooms you’re heating. When investing in an electric heating system, electric radiators with advanced energy management features can help you keep running costs low. High precision individual controls unique to electric radiators can allow them to compensate for the higher price of electricity versus gas. Here we provide a breakdown of some of the most efficient electric radiators on the market.
In recent years, electric heating has made huge advances in terms of the technology it offers and it’s now more efficient and intuitive than ever. Due to new legislation, modern electric heating systems have been revamped to include certain features to help save on energy and reduce running costs. Some of the most common features are open window detection, adaptive start and WiFi control, all of which deliver adaptable heating that’s not only energy efficient but can also help to keep costs low. They’re perfect for landlords searching for the most cost-effective way to keep a property warm and this blog is going to take a look at which features you should be looking for.
The new year is all about embracing change and where better to start than with our homes. It’s the perfect time to sweep away the aftermath of the festive season and bring in a fresh, exciting vibrancy into living spaces. At this time of year, we galvanise ourselves into action to ditch the clutter, streamline our interiors and undertake a deep clean into every nook and cranny but some go one step further and renovate their rooms into the picture-perfect interiors they’ve always dreamed about. If you find that your radiators aren’t working with your design scheme, the good news is you don’t have to be stuck with what you’ve got – designer electric radiators come in a range of designs that complement any style and offer smart control to match. If you’re considering upgrading this January, here’s all the reasons why you should opt for a designer electric radiator.
With cold and longer nights now back in our lives, there’s no doubt you’ll be thinking about the best ways to ensure the house is kept warm, especially on a morning. After all, who wants to wake up to freezing temperatures? Leaving your radiators on overnight is a sure-fire way to guarantee that a toasty temperature remains in your home ready for you in the morning. If you’re wondering if it’s safe to do this, then we’re here to deliver the answer by explaining when you should and shouldn’t leave your electric radiators to run all night.
Intelligent appliances encompass everything from the revolutionary to the mundane: on the one hand, we have smart doorbells, cookers and lights for a new level of everyday convenience; and on the more ignominious side of the ‘internet of things’, there are the smart cups, robot pillows and – sadly – the intelli-toilets. Thankfully, the world of heating has benefitted immensely from smart technology and remains one of the big winners from this modern era of innovation but how do you choose between the reams of products on offer? This blog is going to take a look at the differences between smart thermostats, which offer a central point of control; and smart electric radiators, which offer a more modular way to heat properties. If you’re wondering which could be most beneficial for you, read on.
In our thoughtful, eco-conscious era, the world as we know it is changing. In response to the increasing threat of pollution, low efficiency, and our country’s overall overuse of energy, the UK government is in the process of administering drastic changes that should readdress the imbalance – creating a sustainable future free from fossil fuels, pollutants, and waste. In the Green Age of electric cars, clean air zones, and alternative fuels, what options does the average homeowner have when choosing a heating system? Is there a “green” alternative to conventional central heating that satisfies both our need to keep warm and save the planet? In light of the proposed changes to our environmental economy, it’s time to reconsider your options and explore electric radiators: an efficient alternative to traditional heating methods…
Finding the right heating solution can be a difficult and time-consuming task, especially if you’re a property developer. When you have an entire renovation on your hands, a deadline and budget to consider, selecting the perfect heating system can seem impossible. Plus, with so many options available and so many factors to consider it can be hard to know where to start. Well, we’re here to ease some of that burden by showing you why electric radiators are the answer.
Efficient, practical and effective, electric heating is a great alternative to traditional heating systems and the perfect contemporary heating solution for modular buildings. Here at Electric Radiators Direct we have a range of options for heating modular buildings such as infrared panels and electric radiators, both of which are beneficial for a multitude of reasons. For those unfamiliar with these types of heaters, we’re going to delve into the world of electric and explore the advantages of electric heating for modular buildings.