Buying the right convector heater to heat your home
Conservatory heating is a necessary expense if you wish to use your
conservatory in the winter months or Autumn/Spring on overcast days or in the
evenings. There are many different ways to heat your conservatory with the
help of conservatory heaters.
Oil filled radiator: Oil filled radiator heaters are perfect
for any small to medium sized room, e.g. bedroom, living
room, study and so on. Their electric powered oil-filled
radiator heaters provide fast and flexible heating for an
entire room. Some of their models are also equipped with
safety features that make them safe to use in the
Tubular Heating: This is commonly used in outside
rooms, sheds and greenhouses where the desire is to
prevent the room from going below zero which could
damage plants, pipes and other items. Frost protection
kits available, Designed to operate in damper conditions
e.g. glass house or garden shed. Splash proof if
conservatory used for lots of plants that need watering.
Cost ~ £20-40 including frost thermostat.
Electric panel heater: Buy and install a simple low
profile electric panel heater. An electric panel heater is on
option for anyone who is looking to replace, fix, or
upgrade their heating system. When it comes to heating
our homes and offices we want solutions that are
economical to run as well as functional and efficient.
Panel heater: Panel heaters are well known as efficient electric heating
systems, as these are designed to consume minimal power. You would end up
saving huge amount of energy, which would certainly have a bearing on your
Conservatory under floor heating: Pipes are run either underneath the tiles or
within the floor screed. These pipes carry a working fluid that can be heated
thus heating the floor surface.
Central heating: There are many different heating
solutions that people may turn to during th