The nights are on the turn and, if you’re fed up with feeling cold indoors, then a heater could be the ideal solution. But with so much choice available, what room heater is best for your home?
Whether you’re wanting to keep your bedroom or conservatory snug, or trying to warm up the office, we will take you through all the variety of heaters we have on offer that will take you from chilly to cosy
What Kind of Room Heater Should You Use?
This type of heater is useful to heat up a whole room for a few hours or more. They work by warming the air next to the heater, which will then circulate around the room. They are a good choice for those who need an additionally heating source to keep a room warm for a few hours. You can get a variety of convector heaters, from electric or gas to oil-filled radiators. They can also come with thermostats and timers, so you can choose how long to keep the heat on and set an ideal temperature so you don’t get too warm.
Radiant & Fan Heaters
To quickly heat a room, radiant and fan heaters are the best option. These heaters work fast, and ideally work best to heat up a room in a short period of time. Often, they don’t have thermostats or timers, which can make this a more expensive option over time. Halogen heaters, electric bar fires, open gas fires, and bottled gas fires are forms of radiant heaters
Portable Heaters Explained
Portable Fan Heaters
Ideal for heating a room up quickly. They’re usually lightweight and portable, and easy to set up.
Convector Portable Heaters
This type of heater will heat up quickly. They are usually tall, thin, and light, so can be moved from room to room with ease.
Oil-filled Portable Heaters
These heaters can be heavy and slow to heat up, but they are cheap to run. They can be on the larger side and can be hard to move, but look out for models that have wheels that will help them be more portable
Where Do I Put My Heater to Get The Most Out of It?
This all depends on the model of heater you have. Fan heaters need an inflow of air in order to heat it up. If the vents are on the back, avoid placing it against a wall; instead, turn the vent outwards towards the room. For an oil heater, you place it in the middle of the room until the room has heated up. Convector heaters can be used anywhere in a room.
Discover our range of heaters for your home here.