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5 Ways to Save Money on your Heating Bills

21st September, 2017
Posted by Safiya Shaikh

It’s getting to that time of year where each day feels slightly colder, and so does our home. The emergence of cold temperatures comes hand in hand with the need to heat our homes, but unfortunately, this in turn has a knock-on effect on our energy bills. However, knowing how to save money on your heating bills will see you through a stress-free and comfortable winter. With gas prices on the rise …

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7 Ways to Keep Your Conservatory Warm this Winter

12th September, 2017
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

Conservatories are a great place in which to relax, unwind, and entertain. However, when temperatures drop in autumn and winter, and even in spring, conservatories can be notorious for being cold. This is not the comfortable environment you need to be able to thoroughly enjoy the space.  There are ways in which to minimise heat loss which enable you to better utilise your conservatory and ensure …

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How Efficient are Electric Radiators?

6th September, 2017
Posted by Amaya Salisbury

Electric radiators offer more than a stylish design and easy installation, they’re also incredibly energy efficient. This means that they can provide a better solution than alternative heating methods, reducing negative effects on both the environment and your wallet. But which are the most efficient electric radiators? To answer this, we must first define what we class as efficient: Energy efficiency- …

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The Benefits of Having an Ultra Slimline Electric Radiator

4th September, 2017
Posted by Safiya Shaikh

We are extremely excited to introduce our brand new, innovative Ultra Slimline Electric Radiator . With improved electronics and a patented technology, this electric radiator offers a new level of controllability and comfort.  Maximum Output and Comfort  We have introduced a patented design with horizontal heating cartridges that allow these radiators to achieve a greater output in a …

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What temperature should my house be in winter?

24th August, 2017
Posted by Safiya Shaikh

The summer months are quickly disappearing and it will soon be time to turn on the heating and put on some extra layers. But with the cooler temperatures comes the need to heat up the house. Some people tend to heat their house warmer than others, while others may prefer to have a cooler temperature and wear more layers. However, there are some recommended temperatures to keep your house at during …

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Ways You’re Losing Heat in the Home and You Don’t Even Know It

21st August, 2017
Posted by Safiya Shaikh

When it comes to heating our homes, we aim to maintain a warm temperature while being able to keep bills down and use as little energy as possible. However, little do we know that we are guilty of some common heat-loss mistakes in our house. Consider the following points to find out the ways you’re losing heat in the home.  Through Your Roof There are numerous escape routes that lead to …

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Dos and Don’ts of Where to Position Radiators

15th August, 2017
Posted by Safiya Shaikh

The joy of having an electric radiator is that you can choose to put it wherever you have space and a plug socket. Improvements in technology mean that your radiator is no longer restricted to one place, as was the case in the past. But where is the best radiator position? Here are some key do’s and don’ts of positioning radiators.  Do… Place a radiator under the window Placing the …

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The Best Way to Dry Clothes Indoors

22nd July, 2017
Posted by Safiya Shaikh

Having enough space in your home, or access to a garden, to be able to dry out your clothes are luxuries that not all of us are able to afford. While a tumble dryer can save you the hassle of hanging clothes from the curtain rail or over the bannister on your staircase, they guzzle an awful lot of electricity and the costs of running them can take the satisfaction out of their use – even if they …

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Which Electric Radiators Should You Choose?

19th July, 2017
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

Designed to offer a superior performance to their traditional counterparts, electric radiators convert almost 100% of their energy into heat for the room- a huge difference from the approximate 30% converted by fossil fuels. They will help you to save on your heating bill and are widely regarded as the future of home heating . But what materials and features make the best electric radiators, what …

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9 Unique Space Saving Ideas for the Home

16th July, 2017
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

Having a home that feels spacious is an important factor for many of us, especially when we have a limited amount of space. However, even larger rooms can begin to feel claustrophobic when you factor in children, pets and the general day-to-day mess. Our team has gathered together all of our interior design knowledge and expertise to bring you nine fantastic space saving ideas, helping you to make …

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What is the best temperature to sleep in?

14th July, 2017
Posted by Safiya Shaikh

Room temperature needs to be just right for the best sleep. Being too hot or too cold can be a deal breaker for that much-needed rest. We’re all too familiar with tossing and turning during the summer nights, and shivering ourselves to sleep during winter. However, being aware of the best temperature to sleep in will help you to adjust your room temperature accordingly. Why Does Temperature …

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Silence Is Golden With Electric Radiators

27th June, 2016
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

You have quite possibly read all about the numerous benefits of electric radiators as a form of home heating ; you will know already that they are cost-effective, easy-to-install, adaptable and practical and make your life easier through being fully programmable and working with incredibly accurate digital thermostats. Surely that is enough to convince you that electric home heating is the future, …

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Room-By-Room: How Electric Radiators Are The Best Solution For Your Home

27th June, 2016
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

It is common with some home improvement ideas that they are a good solution for some rooms in the house, but not all. Blinds, for example, work in the bathroom and kitchen, but not really in a front room. You also might consider installing an extra TV in the bedroom, and sometimes the kitchen, but not in the bathroom. One essential feature of the home that must work in every room, however, is home …

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Getting Started With Your Electric Radiator Couldn’t Be Easier

6th June, 2016
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

Some people still need convincing of this, but installing an electric wall mounted radiator and programming it ready for use is not much more complicated than setting an alarm clock or pre-setting your favourite stations on a DAB radio. It literally is a case of ‘plug and play’. But naturally, with a service in your home as important as your main heating source, making sure you have the most practical …

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Which Key Features Of An Electric Radiator Actually Provide The Benefits?

6th June, 2016
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

The benefits of electric home heating and installing wall mounted electric radiators are well established. The flexibility of programming, the ease of installation, the stylish look, the energy efficiency and the low maintenance of electric radiators, compared to other home heating systems, has been discussed long and hard. But what specific design aspects of our electric radiators actually provide …

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Energy Saving Tips to Make the Most of Your Electric Radiators

16th May, 2016
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

Electric radiators are an efficient way to heat your property and more and more homeowners in the UK are installing them. We took a look at some simple ways to make the most of the heat generated by your electric radiators to keep your home warm and energy bills low. Insulate Your Home One of the best ways to keep energy bills low is to make sure that the heating you are paying for is not lost …

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Why The Future Of Heating Is Electric Radiators

12th April, 2016
Posted by Mrs Smurfwaite

There remains a stigma attached to the word ‘electric’ which alludes to outdated theories on it being an expensive energy source and a ‘revolutionary’ concept stuck in a post-war boom period. The time was when something being ‘electric’ certainly raised an eyebrow; a kettle, a toothbrush, an alarm clock. Now the simple notion of electricity fails to excite us, and yet it offers so much versatility …

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