Electric underfloor heating is a modern and efficient way of heating your home and it uses cables or mats to generate radiant heat that rises from the floor. Within this article, we list some of the best kits that are suitable for all types of flooring and budgets.
Vertical radiators not only provide warmth but they also create a stylish focal point in any room that they are installed in. Within our roundup, we list some of the best that provide an excellent heat output and are available in multiple size and colour options.
Smart radiator valves are an excellent addition to any heating system because they allow you to have room by room control of the radiators via your smartphone or tablet. Within this article, we list some of the best that take just minutes to install and setup.
A smart thermostat is the best way to control your home’s energy usage via a smartphone, tablet or any other smart device. Within this article, we list some of the best options that are easy to use, work with all smart devices and are suitable for all budgets.
Thermostatic radiator valves (often referred to as a TRV) are used to control the flow of hot water entering a radiator. They are available as angled or straight connectors and within this article, we list some of the best that are available in a variety of styles.
Halogen heaters are ideal for small spaces because they provide instant radiant heat through halogen elements in the lamps. They are also one of the most affordable types of heater and below are some of our top recommendations.
Unlike other heaters, an oil filled radiator provides a stable room temperature by outputting a steady flow of heat. They are also much safer because there are no exposed heating elements present and below are some of our top recommendations.
During the winter months, conservatories are much colder than other rooms in your home due to the lack of insulation. Therefore, investing in one of the latest conservatory heaters is an excellent investment and below are some of the best.
Installing a smart thermostat in your home can provide you with added convenience and even save you money in the long run. To help you further understand how they work, we have put together a detailed guide that features our very own Hive thermostat.
If you have noticed that your radiators aren’t getting as hot as they should be or you don’t have any hot water, you may need to repressurise your boiler. Luckily, it’s relatively straightforward to diagnose and do yourself in a matter of minutes.
In order to function correctly, your boiler pressure needs to be between 1 to 1.5 bar but if it keeps losing pressure, there may be a problem. Within this article, we discuss the causes of boilers that keep losing pressure and any potential fixes.
Underfloor heating is becoming increasingly popular and it can be installed to any type of floor via an electric (dry) or water (wet) system. Below we discuss everything you need to know including how to install underfloor heating and its costs.
Whether you want to replace a radiator in your home for aesthetics, extra heat, efficiency or simply because it’s simply not working like it should, we will show you exactly how to replace a radiator in the below step-by-step guide.
Radiators comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes but the most common question people ask is what size radiator do I need? Within this article, we walk you through the factors you need to decide when choosing the size of your new radiator.
The purpose of a central heating magnetic filter is to capture any contaminants before they reach the boiler because this helps to extend the life of the boiler and ensure it runs efficiently. To help you find the best, below are our top filter recommendations.
Draining your central heating system is advised whilst performing any repairs as it helps to ensure that there is no chance of water leaking out. Within this article, we walk you through the exact steps on how to drain a central heating system.