There are many arguments ‘for’ and ‘against’ heating your home with electricity however electric radiator technology has advanced significantly in recent years making it a viable and attractive proposition for many home owners.
Cost is of course a crucial element to the decision making process and therefore it is unsurprising that demand for Electric Radiators is increasing annually as the price comparison to alternative energy sources reduces.
Thermostats in modern electric radiators allow for maximum flexibility and fit seamlessly with your lifestyle. Controllable 24 hours / 7 days a week electric radiators can provide a quick and constant heat precisely when you most need it. They will also give you reduced (comfort) heat source when you need it less (e.g. at night-time).
You may have also heard about Intelligent Control System (ICS). ICS is built into some electric thermostats closely monitoring room temperature to minimise energy wastage. It does this by preventing temperature overshooting and undershooting. When the optimum room temperature is reached the radiators will maintain the room temperature by topping up the heat when required. This is the most efficient method of regulating room temperature.
Electric radiators produce a combination of radiated and convected heat. They are designed to eliminate cold spots and heat the entire room evenly at your desired temperature.
There are some very stylish designer electric radiators on the market and have been styled to fit naturally into your everyday environment and look and feel like they belong in your home.
Electric radiators can also be very simple to install. Simply fit the radiator to the wall and plug in to the nearest mains electric socket. It really is that simple!