Why Electric Heating is Perfect for Control Freaks!

Isn’t it great when you can set your central heating to switch on and off at certain times? But then isn’t it also frustrating when you’ve got to heat all the rooms in your home when the heating is on? Particularly if you’re only using one or two of those rooms at any given time?

This is why electric central heating is so great: each radiator has its own thermostat and can be controlled individually. No more money wasted on heating unused rooms, and no more central temperature throughout the house either, so those particularly warm rooms won’t overheat while other rooms stay chilly.

In an electric central heating system, each radiator has its own thermostat. This means that the individual heater can accurately calculate the heat output required for each room. Some ranges can even be programmed on an hour-by-hour basis and come with a remote control to give you the ultimate control over your heating.

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Fine Tune Your Heating Requirements

With this type of precision control, you can fine tune your heating requirements for each room. If you mainly use your living room you can set your heating to come on just in that zone ready for your return from work.

Similarly, perhaps your spare room is empty until guests are staying? If so, why not set your rads to the anti-freeze programme so that heat is not used unnecessarily? And on those unexpectedly cold mornings, you can quickly switch on your electric towel rail in the bathroom and have it nice and warm in a matter of minutes.

Electric heating is perfect if you like different rooms to be heated to different temperatures and at different times, as well as giving you the opportunity to control your heating bill as accurately as possible. In other words, electric heating is perfect for control freaks!

If you’d like more control over your heating, get in touch for a free, no obligation quote for electric central heating installation.

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