Don’t get left out in the cold – now’s the best time to replace your heating

With summer quickly fading and the shops already gearing up for Autumn, the time to switch on our heating will be here before we know it. The thought of cold weather, dark nights, and often rising heating bills has been pushed to the back of most minds, and the thought of its return can be somewhat depressing. However, forewarned is forearmed, and just like it’s always best to repair your roof in the summer – experts say that it’s also the best time to replace or upgrade your home heating system.

With the increasing unpredictability of the British weather, a heating system that offers greater flexibility of control should be top of your list. For those with traditional storage heaters, it can be particularly frustrating trying to predict the weather and ending up with heat when you don’t want it and no heat when you do.

Switching to more modern, easier to control electric radiators takes away this worry. And, the sooner you start the better, as storage heaters need to be cooled for a few days before the bricks can be removed. If you leave it until the Autumn/Winter months, it could mean days without any heat. However, when carried out in warmer months, the installer can promptly make any necessary removals, without too much disruption, and your home will be ready for the winter months giving you complete peace of mind.

Companies, such as Electrorad, offer state-of-the-art electric radiators that boast the ultimate in energy efficiency, reliability and controllability with a variety of styles and prices to suit everyone, which means you can be ready and prepared for that cold snap.

It’s may seem bizarre to be thinking about heating when the sun is shining, right? But by following these simple steps to planning ahead, you can really reap the rewards in the winter months.

If you need any help with choosing a new or replacement heating system, then give us a call on 0113 274 6799 or simply check out our electric heating products. The last thing we want is for you to be left out in the cold.