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Heating & Fireplaces
Introducing the Quantum heating system from Dimplex – the award winning advanced electric space heater that can reduce your carbon footprint and save you money.
Quantum uses up to 22% less energy and is up to 27% cheaper to run than a normal storage heater. In addition it is up to 47% cheaper to run than an electric radiator or convector system.
So your running cost savings, depending on type of property, could be up to £975, if Quantum is replacing an electric radiator or convector system, and up to £418 if it replaces a standard storage system.
Jøtul’s latest Scan 65 wood burning stove range is medium sized, with a big glass door and provides unlimited choices to improve any setting.
The Scan 65 delivers exceptional efficiency and is the perfect example of form and function, working in harmony together.
Scan 65’s have an exceptional soft close door arrangement, which is standard on all models, that allows you to close the door without turning a handle; as well as a choice of side windows, or solid sides, aluminium or black handles/trim, Sandstone or Soapstone clad and an integral bake oven model.
BeWarmer Limited the specialist in on-and in-flooring heating , has introduced an under rug heater called RugBuddy™.
The RugBuddy™ is a flat electric heater that has been developed to be used under a rug in any room including your conservatory and warms the area from the ground up.
Households in the UK can save up to 60 per cent of heat lost from radiators in their homes, by using Warmroom, a novel new product from the Sheffield based Anchor Magnets.
The product provides the solution to an existing problem caused by radiators pushing heat into walls, instead of into the room. Installation couldn’t be easier, since Warmroom is magnetic, so it just sticks to the back of an ordinary steel radiator.
Since most savings accounts offer a poor interest rate these days, lots of savers are now searching for other ways to save their hard earned money that can achieve a better return.
With the Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive in mind, the solution could be provided, by a decision to use a biomass boiler to provide heating in your home.
Bisque, the famous British design company, that brings excitement and innovation to radiator design, has announced some exciting new colours in their April 2014 brochure.
The unique Flow Form from Bisque is now offered along with their colour match service, providing a selection of over 2,000 wonderful colour finishes, to match any wall or colour plan in the home.
The Flow Form (Top picture) is a chic, low-level radiator; its spiral fin for practical efficiency, adds a striking twist to stylish modern living. It offers trendy yet discreet heating and it’s also a smart space saver, bringing a new aspect to any contemporary interior.
Introducing Firebelly a UK company, which manufactures beautifully designed multi fuel and wood burning stoves, with the most up-to-date technology to provide all you might wish from a modern stove.
The Firebelly FB Razen Cook cooker, featured (top) is a sleek example of contemporary design, which is sure to fit into every kitchen environment. The Firebelly Razen is a striking contemporary oven in smooth stainless steel, that delivers a liberal 10 KW output. It boasts chunky steel legs and sides, with big glass doors for both firebox and oven and firebox and every part is made by hand and put together individually. Priced at £4,180 Inc Vat with free delivery.
The new Firebelly FB2 stove delivers a huge 12kW output and has a large viewing window.
Introducing the Baker’s Oven from Ludlow Stoves Ltd. – a unique mix of an oven and a heater with a technique from a bygone age.
The Nectre Baker’s Oven can bake anything from succulent roasts to crisp fresh bread and the cook-top accommodates four big pots or saucepans and its two removable plates make it perfect for wok cooking.
The Oven distributes cosy warmth throughout your living and kitchen areas while it’s cooking and the 11kW output can heat an area upto 90m2.
The Jøtul Group has introduced the ILD 7 to its popular collection of wood burning stoves.
This new convection stove is compact and boasts best possible ‘clean burn’ burning and a smart cylindrical design with built-in handle, suitable for any room in the home.
There is practical wood storage, fashionable steel sides and an option for a door that can be fitted to the base.
Introducing Euroheat‘s Rika Evo Aqua central heating boiler – a stove that can run a whole central heating system plus providing hot water on wood pellets.
It’s generally accepted that using wood for heating your home makes economic and ecological sense:
There is now an added incentive to make the change with the Government’s recent announcement that it intends to pay cash back to households, which choose to use renewable heat technologies, including biomass boilers, as part of the domestic RHI. (Renewable Heat Incentive).