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Electric Heating

With energy and natural gas prices increasing lots over the past few years and the ‘big 5’ about to set fuel increases again, people throughout the UK are considering different ways to heat their homes and properties. And with uncertain availability of natural gases in the future, many of us are turning to electric heating.
Electric heating is certainly making a comeback and the radiators available in today’s market are a far cry from the traditional electric heaters that most of us think about. It is the preferred choice of those looking for alternatives to gas heating and typical radiators that are managed by a gas central heating system and of those seeking efficient heating that offers peace of mind.
What is Electric Heating?
Simply put, electric heating converts electric into heat. Available in the form of electric radiators, the heating is powered by an electric boiler which heats the water in the heating system. Boilers are smaller than the traditional gas boiler and can therefore be situated rather discreetly in small spaces – ideal for those with awkward spaces and perfect for the new developments we see today which are much smaller than houses of yesteryear.
Electric heating is very easy to install and requires no flue – providing a very safe option compared to gas central heating that requires a flue and correct ventilation. With hot water and radiators heating rapidly, it offers a quick solution using control panels that are easy to use. They are quiet to run and 
If you would like to find out more about how electric heating can help your pocket and the environment, Ecopower Heating invite you to call on 0845 474 1478.
  • Did You Know?

    Storage heaters waste more energy than any other form of electric heating.

    By their very nature, storage heaters are very inefficient and lose heat from the moment that the bricks are “charged” over night.

    Much in the same way that a large Thermos flask works - You can expect hot coffee in the morning, but it’s tepid by the afternoon, so you pour it away.

    Our system is effectively re-boiling the kettle with just enough water, exactly when it’s required.