December 14, 2012 by
Central heating is one of the master pieces of a home and many households trust this system to keep them warm throughout the winter. However, a majority of them tend to forget how these systems aren’t economical and can leave them with a hefty heating bill at the end of the winter season. That’s why a powerful and economic electric panel heater can be interesting for you and your purse…
What could be the advantage of electric panel heaters then?
The big advantage of these heaters is that they are really flat and can be attached to a wall and therefore save space in your rooms. The primary utilisation of a flat heating system is to boost the heat in a room or just a specific area.
Many opportunities exist to boost the heat in your home without having a really expensive bill but unfortunately many of us are unaware of these cheaper alternatives. One option would be the wall mounted panel heaters.
This system of heating is ideal for both long and short term heating requirements. If one of your radiators is damaged or even if you don’t really want to use your favourite electric blanket, this is the perfect way to keep the warmth in your room as the electric panel heater can be utilised to compensate the loss of heat. Unless you’ve already decided to survive in your back garden thanks to your new patio heater…
Ok but I’ve got a question, how can I control my heat with these electric panel heaters?
Most of the current wall mounted electric panel heaters come with a thermostat installed which allows for efficient control of heat
Wall mounted panel heaters are also ideal for long term usage and if used in the correct manner, they can save more energy than a common household radiator. You can also find some electric panel heaters with a pre-set timer system which can be used to distribute heat when it is needed. Example: you may need the heater to distribute less heat if you are at work than when you’re in your home or when you are sleeping… etc
The installation requirements of electric panel heaters are very efficient. They can be attached to a wall bracket with the minimum of fuss.
The only inconvenience that we should mention is that the panel heater may need to be serviced at once a year, by a trained engineer. This is to ensure that the heater’s performance is kept to an optimum and therefore will heat efficiently whilst saving your money.
Buy it or not buy it?
New homes, old houses, flats, large properties can all be equipped by panel heaters or wall mounted panel heaters. As the cost of gas continues to rise, the purchase of a modern electric panel heater could be a very astute one for you as it will keep you warm and will save you money on your bill at the end of the winter. Another useful post about panel heaters may interest you.
Think about it and view your options here.
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