Looking for an unobtrusive way to heat your home? With our range of slimline electric radiators, maximising the space in your property has never been easier. Whether you’re after a vertical electric radiator for a narrow wall, or a compact horizontal heater for your box room, there are plenty of options to choose from. So, let’s take a look at some of the best electric radiators that won’t eat up space in your property.
In 2021, it’s no surprise that WiFi controlled electric radiators continue to take the heating industry by storm. Sophisticated features like app and voice control mean you no longer have to rely on manual adjustment to control your heater – instead, you can adjust warmth from the palm of your hand, any place, any time. So, let’s take a closer look at these tech-savvy heaters and see exactly what advantages they have to offer.
This week, I decided to take a step back from my usual writing duties to review our bestselling electric radiator – the Ecostrad iQ Ceramic. Boasting modern smart capabilities, such as cutting-edge WiFi control, this heater promised to be nothing short of a modern marvel when it came to electric heating solutions. To familiarise myself with this electric radiator, I spent Monday to Friday testing out its many features in various rooms of the office. Were the smart functions as clever as they sounded? Did the electric radiator provide long-lasting warmth? I answer all these questions and more in this in-depth review of the innovative iQ Ceramic.
Is your electric heating system due for an upgrade? Or have you finally pledged to switch from gas central heating but you’re unsure where to start? We’re giving you a rundown of the best electric radiators for 2021. There’s a range of products to choose from, each boasting unique designs and smart features, varying from budget-friendly options to appliances worth spending a little more on. Despite the masses that are on the market today, we’ve managed to narrow it down to the top three electric radiators that we have to offer.
Pergolas are an elegant addition to any outdoor space, serving as a sophisticated focal point as well as a pleasant, shaded area during sunnier months. With these outdoor shelters being more exposed to the weather than, say, a gazebo, it’s worth considering using electric patio heaters to keep them warm and cosy, all year round. But why are these heaters ideal for heating a pergola and how do you go about installing them?
It’s the age-old choice whenever you need a quick heating fix: do you go for the panel heater with its quiet operation, or the fan heater with its immediate results? In this blog, we’re pitting these rival heaters against each other to settle the question once and for all. We’re going to look at which is more efficient, why it’s more efficient and other things you need to know to make an informed purchase. Which is the better option: panel heaters or fan heaters? Let’s find out…
This year more than ever, many of us have spent a lot of our time socialising outside, whether sitting out in the garden or meeting in the park. With the British weather typically never on our side, chances are you’ve had to endure some chilly alfresco dining too. It’s for this reason patio heaters have continued to increase in popularity. Providing effective radiant warmth to help tackle the cold, they’re a sure-fire way to achieve indoor comfort in outside areas. We’re looking at the best electric patio heaters of 2021, to help you find the ideal outdoor heater for your garden or terrace.
Garden rooms have a variety of uses – social hotspots, garden offices and even gym areas, to name just a few. However, these close-to-home getaways often fall victim to the unpredictable British weather, making them chilly and uninviting. With electric heating, however, there’s no reason why you can’t maintain a warm garden room all year round. Offering a range of energy-saving features, electric heating is the perfect solution for those hard-to-heat spaces, whatever the weather. So, let’s take a look at some of the best ways to heat a garden room.