Many people find that during the winter months, their conservatory can be too cold to feasibly use as an extra room. So what to do?
To use your conservatory year round, you’ll need some form of heating. You could extend your gas central heating into the conservatory, but this isn’t always easy, as the pipework may be difficult to work into the additional room, and even once plumbed in, you may find that your heating system isn’t powerful enough to heat the room effectively.
The solution? Electric central heating. Electric radiators are easy to install, can run independently of a gas central heating system elsewhere in the house if you prefer to keep it that way, and can be easily controlled with an on / off switch. If you’re only using the conservatory at any given time, you can heat just that one room without heating the rest of your home using electric central heating.
Electric radiators running off an electric combi boiler start to heat the room within minutes, and as they are fitted with their own thermostat, they won’t overheat either, which is perfect if the sun makes an appearance and starts to fill the conservatory with natural heat.
What’s more, electric radiators are available in short-height versions or in a contemporary tall style, making them perfect for any dwarf or narrow walls you may have within a conservatory.
If you’re planning on adding a conservatory to your home, or if you’re looking to make an existing conservatory useable year-round, contact us for a free written quote to install electric central heating.