Home heating is a crucial aspect of our daily lives, especially during the colder months of winter and early spring. However, it can also be a significant drain on our energy bills. By ensuring that your home heating is operating at maximum efficiency, you can not only keep your home warm and comfortable but also save money on your energy bills. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips on how to do just that!
Insulate your home:
Insulation is one of the most effective ways to keep your home warm and reduce energy bills. Insulate your attic, walls, and floors to prevent heat loss. This will not only help keep your home warm but also help to keep the heat in, reducing the amount of energy you need to heat your home. Don’t forget to look into grants that might be available to you.
Air leaks around windows and doors can let in cold air and let out warm air. Use weatherstripping or caulk to seal these drafts and prevent heat loss. Simple things like draft stoppers for under doors can be very effective also!
Use a programmable thermostat:
A programmable thermostat can help you manage your home heating more efficiently. Set the thermostat to a lower temperature when you are away or when you are sleeping to save energy. With our range of smart electric radiators, you can manage your thermostat right from your phone. You don’t even need to be at home to adjust or check temperatures!
Use electric heaters efficiently:
Electric heaters can be a great way to heat your home. To ensure that your electric heaters are operating at maximum efficiency, keep them away from drafts and make sure they are not blocked by furniture or other objects. Also, use a thermostat to control the temperature and turn off the heater when you don’t need it. We are experts in electric radiators so if you ever need guidance, be sure to give us a call! 01 620 5530
Handle each room individually:
Instead of heating your entire home, you can use a space heater to heat a specific room or area. This will save energy and reduce your heating bills. This is another reason that smart radiators with thermostat control can be useful. They are not all linked, meaning you can heat certain areas of your home at certain times to save money rather than heating the whole house.
Keep your heating system maintained:
Regular maintenance of your heating system can help ensure that it is operating at maximum efficiency. This includes cleaning or replacing air filters, and having your system serviced by a professional. Luckily, electric radiators need little-to-no maintenance. Once they’re kept clean, you shouldn’t have any major issues!
As we mentioned earlier, home heating is kind of our “thing”. We are happy to advise you on what would work best for your home and needs! Get in touch today.