A Yorkshire based company has developed a brand new heating technology which allows for more efficient and environmentally friendly heating than ever before, and at a reasonable price. The company known as Economy radiators have developed this new technology, which is a new type of electric radiator, known as the the “Ultra Slimline”. This new design allows for smart device integration, and works with both IOS and Android devices.
Economy Radiators noticed that there was a need in the marketplace for technologically smart heating radiators, which were made from quality materials within the UK, and thus the motivation for the Ultra Slimline was born. This new invention rivals competitors with its sleek and slim design and obvious efficiency and environmental benefits. One of the other unique things about this design is it’s ability for the heat to be evenly distributed across the the radiator’s surface area.
According to the company’s Managing Director Michael Woods, with this new design we at last have affordable electric heating. The design suites both modern and more traditional type properties. There’s the ability to upgrade to the all new electronic control. Not to mention all of that, but the fact that product is designed and made in Britain, makes it a good choice for those wanting to support local industry and economy.
As we come into winter here in the UK, it’s the perfect time to assess your current heating setup, and whether or not your needs are being met at the level of sustainability and efficiency that’s optimal to your desires. Many people are finding their heating bills to be excessive, so it’s a smart move to look at your costs, and figure out whether or not you’re spending more than you need to.
Quality and economical heating is partially about the time it takes for a heating system to heat up, and this is why the Ultra Slimline has been designed to heat up to its desired temperature instantly, this is part of the way that it saves you money on your heating bills in the long term.
It might sound counter-intuitive, but it’s actually more efficient to keep a radiator running at a certain temperature, and adjusting itself to maintain that temperature, rather than keeping it on 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. You set the thermostat for the temperature that you want your home to stay at, and then the system will automatically keep it at this temperature, no matter if you’re at home or not, and regardless of what’s happening with the weather that day. When the home drops its internal temperature, the system simply kicks in to make sure that the temperature remains the same.
The company is expecting a few busy months coming up now, as winter in the United Kingdom approaches fast. This will be a good test of just how much demand there is for such technologies like this. With all of the benefits to both personal sustainability and the environment, we hope that products such as this one really start to take off. We are all becoming more and more aware of just how important it is to have a low carbon footprint, and making small changes in the way we live is where it all begins.
Other efficient types of heating such as Underfloor Heating are also a very good choice, it really depends on the kind of budget that you have, and what your heating requirements are (how big your home is, etc).