They look like a conventional wet central heating radiators,
heat up and operate like wet central heating radiators and all
without the requirement of a central heating boiler and the
interconnecting pipework. An Electrical Radiator offers an easy
solution to your heating requirements when the option of plumbed in
radiators is too much hassle, not cost effective or perhaps gas is
not available. The electric radiator has been
developed to deliver good heat outputs and one huge benefit that
electric radiators have is the reduced
The range has been developed to accommodate the smallest
easy-to-heat room to the larger hard-to-heat room. All electric
radiators can simply be plugged into a standard domestic wall
socket. However for a fully controllable central heating system
they can be wired back to a unique fuse board which is controlled
by the same controls which operates a normal central heating system
and each radiator has its own controllable stat installed.
The electric radiators can also be installed directly in place
of your existing storage heating system subject to existing wiring
being sufficient minimising disruption to your home and keeping
installation costs lower. This type of system is best controlled by
an electrical tariff such as Economy 10.
A low cost fully controllable central heating system with
minimum disruption who would believe it!
Both gas and electricity prices have suffered in recent years.
Most electricity is created from gas-fired power stations, so if
gas prices rise so do electricity prices. However, the move towards
sustainable electricity generation is well underway. Wind farms
account for increasing amounts of generated electricity year on
year, and governments around the world continue to collaborate to
make electricity more abundant and affordable. This type of
electricity generation is not only good for the environment; it is
good for end users reliant on electricity for heating. Another
environmental benefit of electric heating is that there are no
emissions. This not only has a positive effect on the wider
environment, but also within buildings as it maintains cleaner,
healthier living and working spaces.
Of course, installing a heating system is a one-off expenditure
that is designed to pay off in the long-run and our professional
trained staff will help you to make an informed choice which is
right for you.