Reap the rewards of electric heating today.
A modern, efficient and simple way of heating your home.
Great for warming up less frequented rooms such as conservatories or loft spaces, they’re easy to install and cheap to run. Do you have that one room in your house that no one likes going in because it’s cold and drafty? Well this could be your perfect heating solution. Electric radiators are an easy way to transform some of the less inviting spaces in your home into cosy and usable rooms.
4 Reasons to Buy
1 Easy to install
Electric rads are perfect for all you DIY’ers as they’re extremely easy to install. All you need is a plug socket and you can mount one on your wall in minutes. Another great plus of an electric radiator is the lack of pipes, valves etc. This is especially important in small space, as they’re not imposing and are more slim-line than conventional radiators. Therefore you can make the most of the space available to you.
Affordable and efficient 2
If you live in a larger house with higher ceilings, blasting all the radiators to keep one or two rooms warm is very inefficient and in the long term will end up effecting your energy bills. Purchasing individual heating units such as electric heaters is a way of getting control back on your heating. Electric radiators convert 100% of the electricity used into heat, meaning that no energy is wasted. Another benefit is that they do not need to be attached to your central heating system.
3 A worthy upgrade
Electric rads are also a great upgrade to older storage heaters. The older storage heaters are, the less efficient they are as the bricks start to lose their ability to hold the heat. Electric rads provide an affordable upgrade whilst also providing a completely efficient and practical solution. At one stage, electric radiators were unattractive and bulky, but now they’re sleek, compact and stylish.
Low maintenance 4
Another plus is that the maintenance of them is very low; great for peace of mind. This is especially handy for rooms that might not being used very often. They can be turned on when needed and left dormant when not. They don’t need servicing or regularly checking, and if they’re looked after well they should last a number of years - definitely worth the investment.