Tag Archives: electric hot water
We come across the Gledhill Electramate 2000 thermal storage unit, several times a month. Clients will usually call us after having already spent exorbitant amounts of money in getting these electric boilers repaired only to find out that six months later … Continue reading
There are lots of ways to get your hot water but usually it comes done to a main supply that’s heated through whatever central heating system you have. So it’s either stored in a tank or available on demand if … Continue reading
Electric boilers work by heating water which in turn is used to heat the home via electric radiators or underfloor heating. To choose the right boiler you need to work out the size in square metres of your home and … Continue reading
Everyone loves a bit of versatility don’t they? Well if something is flexible it makes our lives easier. So if you’re thinking of what heating system to install in your home or investment property, think electric and you’ll get plenty … Continue reading
Head of technical services at the Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA), Giuliano Digilio, has said that electricity should now be considered a viable alternative energy source for heating.
If you’ve recently bought yourself a cosy bijou apartment but have found the boiler is taking over the already tiny kitchen, you might be wondering what to do. Gas boilers generally are fairly sizeable and you are limited as to … Continue reading
We’ve been doing lots of electric boiler installations in London for developments where flues aren’t permitted so gas is a no-go.
Here are some of the questions we’re asked on a regular basis about electric boilers and electric central heating.
Electric boilers rely on the electricity from the mains supply to heat elements of the boiler. The water is heated as it passes over the elements and the water is then pumped out to wherever it is needed. Gas boilers … Continue reading