Heating your home doesn’t need to be an eye sore

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If you’re sick of looking at ugly water filled radiators on your walls and want to make your home more stylish and modern then switching them out for designer panel heaters is the way to go. Electric panel heaters have come a long way in recent years and can often times be more efficient and effective than radiators, plus they look a million times better.

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Designer Glass Panel Heaters

Glass Panel heaters are electric radiators that can be affixed to the wall or left free standing. They have a heating element inside the unit that is then blown into the room through an internal fan that allows heat to be quickly spread around the room creating instant comfort. Electric Panel Heaters offer the best of both worlds. Quick heat up time that is energy efficient so you could save on your heating bills.

Along with their outstanding performance is the unrivalled style. If you’re looking to replace radiators or oil filled portable heaters then glass front panel heaters are the perfect alternative.

They are available in a wide range of dimensions that correspond to the rated heat output so you can find the perfect heater to match your space. The surprising aspect of this is the slim design.  At only 80mm deep they will not look bulky compared to existing radiators.

Since they’re electric and not centrally plumbed, you can take advantage of a range of smart features on selected items such as Devola Designer Glass Panel Heaters. Setting routines through your smart home assistant of choice or using your phone to turn the unit on before you get home so you can sit in the warmth straight away are excellent features that set these items apart from the rest.

How are you saving on your energy bills this year?

 

Keeping Energy Bills Low this Winter

The heating finally came on this month. We held on for as long as we could, knowing fully well, we would have the heating on for about 5 months now. And I hear the chill is back in full force from today..

 

Christmas Night In

 

I remember this time 3 years ago, I was pregnant with my twins and boiling. I was walking around wearing only a t-shirt and leggings, and I couldn’t feel the chill. We saved lots of money then because I was a walking radiator, I didn’t need any extra heating. But as soon as I gave birth, I felt the chill so bad. Oh the joys of pregnancy!

Heating up a house can be very expensive, especially for people like us who work from home with no office to run to. Back in my employed days, I use to look forward to going to the office (not the commuting) during winter. It meant my heating was only on few hours in a day. But that is no longer the case. My home is my office, and my kids are yet to start nursery so we have to keep warm at home, which means the heating has to come on at some point during the day.

I am always on the look out for energy-saving tips. I recently came across an article written by Premier Bathrooms and I found the energy-saving tips very useful.

Here are 4 energy-saving tips I will be trying this winter:

Time your heating

Our central heating comes in at various times during the time. I find it easier to control our energy usage with a timer. I am always too lazy to go down in the morning to turn it on (when it is freezing) and I sometimes forget to turn it off, so having a timer is the way to go.

Dressing Warm

So my jumpers, onesies and my socks are my best friends this season. Dressing warm ensure body heat is retained and the chill is no felt as much. Having the right bedding – winter duvets and flannel bed sheets, also helps at night.

 

Hot Chocolate

 

Eat warm meals

Eating warm meals and taking hot drinks like the delicious cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows above is a smart way to stay warm this winter.

 

Shop around for best deals

Shopping for the best energy deals available is a smart way to keep costs down. Many people would save hundreds of pounds by switching energy providers, so it makes sense to shop around. I just switched!

 

How will you be keeping your energy bills low this winter? Please sound off in the comment section, let’s chat.

 

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