Electric Heating

 

As the mornings are now becoming much colder

 

is it a struggle to get out of your nice warm bed and enter your freezing cold bathroom?

 

Is it time to think about a heating system?

 

Ever thought of an Electric heating system?

 

It has a number of benefits over other fuels.

 

  • Very easy to install,

ensuring installation costs are kept to a minimum. It doesn’t require any pipe-work, simply a connection to the electrical circuit. It means minimal disruption for the household. What’s more, because the heaters can work as stand-alone units or as a system, it is easy and cheap to add heaters to a system at any time as budgets permit.

  • 100% efficient at the point of use,

Meaning all the electricity used is converted directly into heat, unlike boiler-based systems where energy is wasted through the flue

Because electric heating has virtually no moving parts, most systems can be expected to last for at least 15 years, whereas the gas boiler has a lifetime of only 10 years.

  • Flexible & Versatile

Electric heating doesn’t require a flue or pipe-work, so there are no restrictions on building layout or design and no regulatory or planning issues associated with

  • Safe, Reliable Systems

Whatever type of heating you chose; safety is always an important consideration. Because electric heaters do not burn fuel internally to generate heat, there are none of the associated safety risks, such as carbon monoxide poisoning or explosions. And as there are no radiators to leak or burst, there is less risk of damage your  property,

  • No maintenance and no annual inspection

With virtually no moving parts to break down or wear out, electric heating is extremely reliable and there is practically nothing to go wrong. Gas boiler based system on the other hand should be regular serviced and, although not a legal requirement in private properties, should be given an annual safety check.

  • Comfort and Control

Modern electric heaters incorporate highly sensitive, integral thermostatic controls.

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