Yes, you can order by telephone!
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, or you want a little heating advice, just pick up the phone and give us a call.
UK customers can call – 0344 417 2563
Customers calling from Ireland can call – 1800 937 124
The running costs of electric radiators may vary, depending on a number of factors.
Many electric radiators usually feature in-built thermostats, so will shut off automatically to preserve energy when not in use.
But your electrical charge tariff, that is set by your energy provider, will have an impact on the cost of running an electric radiator.
For further information, take a look at our Advice Centre blog, What are the running costs of Electric Radiators?
You should replace your TRVs, or at least upgrade the TRV heads, if they are 10 or more years old.
TRVs can decline in terms of performance and accuracy over time.
To learn more about what TRVs are and why they may be beneficial, check out our guide to Thermostatic Radiator Valves.
And, if you;re considering changing yours, take a look at our full range of TRVs.
Traditionally, radiators would be fitted in the coldest part of a room.
There’s no hard and fast rule though, and especially in kitchens, the layout and design of the space will largely influence what is considered the best spot for installation.
Find out more in our ‘How To’ Guide to Kitchen Heating.
We do not have a brochure as our website is the best place to find up-do-date information about all things BestHeating.
It includes our entire product collection, with each listing accompanied by detailed descriptions and specification information.
To learn more about our products, visit our Shop By Brand pages or find a wealth of tips and buying advice with our Ultimate Heating Guides.
Smart heating controls work alongside central heating systems or boilers to provide an unrivalled level of control over your home heating.
They allow you to alter the level of heating remotely via a tablet or smartphone, based on factors such as outdoor weather, the time of the day and other factors.
Read our Ultimate Guide to Smart Home Heating Controls for a better insight into smart heating controls.
A heating system flush is a chemical solution that removes sludge, rust and other unwanted debris from within a central heating system or boiler, helping it to perform to its full capacity.
Also known as a ‘power flush’, the solution essentially combats blockages and central heating inefficiency.
Find out more in our full Advice Centre blog, What is a Heating System Flush?
A condensing boiler is a water heater that is powered by oil or gas.
Condensing boilers offer excellent energy efficiency by condensing water vapour in the exhaust gases.
It therefore recovers the excess energy emerging from vaporization, which otherwise would have been lost.
Yes. You can hang an electric radiator nearby a standard plug socket and connect it as you would with any electrical device.
There could be several reasons why some radiators are hotter than others in the home. It might simply be the case that certain radiators have higher heat outputs than others.
Or, if you know the radiators to have identical heat outputs when working properly, it is likely that trapped air is present in the colder models, which can lead to reduced heating efficiency.
The solution is to bleed the colder radiators, which can be done relatively simply by following the steps in our guide on how to bleed a radiator.
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