Category Archives: Cheap Electric Heating
Moving into a new home is always stressful, but moving into a new home with storage heaters or an ageing boiler can make things even worse. Perhaps you’re wondering how you’ll cope with storage heaters without a crystal ball to … Continue reading
From April 2018 landlords in England and Wales will have a responsibility to make sure their privately rented properties have an energy efficiency rating of E minimum. From this date it will be unlawful to let properties below band E … Continue reading
The great thing about replacing a gas boiler for an electric one is the amount of choice you have available. Generally electric boilers are small in size, pretty much silent and offer low running costs. We can’t say that an … Continue reading
If your rental properties are fitted with gas appliances, a gas boiler or gas central heating, there is a raft of legislation you need to adhere to as a landlord.
Flexibility is a benefit that pretty much everyone seeks out these days. In particular, if you are developing property or are a landlord, a degree of flexibility is always going to make a difference.
When you’ve had an electric boiler installed, you will instantly realise the difference. The quietness; the fact it’s compact and has saved you plenty of space; the instant hot water; the low running cots and high efficiency plus the peace of … Continue reading
It’s a much asked question: should I choose gas or electric central heating? It can be a challenge to deliver a straight answer because situations and requirements vary so much and there is much to consider. He we look at … Continue reading
If you’re thinking about switching to an electric boiler and central heating system, you probably have a number of questions. In this post we will answer some of the most common.
Different needs, different boiler … but which to choose? In this two part blog series we’re exploring the different types of boiler that you may wish to consider if you are upgrading or installing from new, perhaps in a new … Continue reading