The range of energy efficient electric heating from Vent-Axia could well provide an alternative to those on the gas grid.
With new energy efficient heating coming of age and gas security now being questioned, with gas reserves being lower than usual at this time of year, the electric option is becoming increasingly attractive.
Vent-Axia’s extensive electric heating product list includes Opal Aluminium radiators, towel rails and Bluethermal™ underfloor heating as well as portable heaters for occasional use.
Tom Emson, Product Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia, says: “As gas supplies begin to dwindle and the question of energy security is brought into focus, now is an excellent time for homes and businesses to look at electrical heating either as a whole house solution or in certain rooms.
“With electric radiators, towel rails and underfloor heating all available, there is great choice for efficient, attractive heating.
“Vent-Axia’s latest heaters are cost effective with low capital and installation cost and are almost maintenance free with no moving parts. Electric heating also offers households the comfort of not having to worry about costly annual boiler checks or plan in fuel deliveries.”
For occasional use, such as a particularly cold period or when only a single room needs to be warmed, Vent-Axia has a range of convection heaters and fan heaters, which are ideal for providing a heating boost around the home or workplace.
These are lightweight, making them easy to move around to their desired location offer multiple heat settings and thermostatic control for extra comfort.
For more permanent heating, Vent-Axia offers a range of electric heating solutions for every room in the house that are cost effective to install and easy to use.
Vent-Axia’s Opal aluminium radiators are slim and stylish in design, featuring a digitally controlled thermostat.
They are manufactured from 100% recycled aluminium from drink cans and the fast programmable controls, along with an energy monitor, also mean that households can lower energy consumption and so reduce fuel bills.
The series of attractive towel rails feature a high quality white or chrome finish, with ten different models, which are split into flat, curved and designer styles.
An optional advanced controller offering five heat outputs, providing not only lovely warm, dry towels on chilly mornings but acting as a primary heating source that offers greater comfort when in the bathroom.
Meanwhile, Vent-Axia’s Bluethermal™ underfloor heating allows low temperature radiant heat to provide evenly distributed warmth, with accurate controls ensuring this form of heating is more energy efficient than ever, plus savings of between 5 and 10 per cent can be achieved.
The system includes a thermostat controller that monitors both the floor and air temperature, ensuring customers gain maximum control over their environment by allowing them to set the thermostat at the ideal temperature.
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