In order to efficiently rent out property, you need to make it attractive to potential tenants. There are many methods to improve your property – and one way is to invest in a good heating system. Properties heated by convection heaters or storage heaters may put off potential tenants. After all, they are designed to be backup heaters, therefore they don’t have the hard-wearing efficiency which is necessary for heating a whole property. Tenants will likely avoid places with convection heaters, assuming they will result in high energy bills.
On the other hand, storage heaters are made for permanent heating, but in these modern times they end up being inflexible and expensive. Today, the majority of tenants spend most of their time outside or at work which renders storage heaters obsolete and inefficient. Additionally, the increase of electrical appliances used during the day has made the Economy 7 tariff quite unpopular. Switching to electrical radiators will solve those problems.
First of all, you can control when the radiators will release heat, so you can programme them to accommodate your lifestyle. These radiators are much more energy effective and they are able to save energy even if you don’t use it during the Economy 7 tariff. The main reason for that is that they are heating both by radiation and convection.
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