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Electric Radiators

At Heater Shop we offer a wide range of electric radiators from the very best brands to heat your home. Browse through the best the industry has to offer at the most competitive prices.

Looking for top-quality electric radiators to heat your home? Look no further than Heater Shop. We offer an extensive range of products from leading brands, all at competitive prices.

Electric radiators are a smart heating solution, regardless of whether your electricity is generated using fossil fuels or sustainable resources. Our electric heating systems are both efficient and cost-effective, providing reliable performance with minimal operating costs. Choose from variety of sizes, styles, and finishes to complement any décor. Whether you're looking for a sleek and modern design or a traditional style, we have something to suit your needs. We also offer a variety of heat outputs to ensure you get the right level of warmth for your space.

At Heater Shop, we're committed to offering a comprehensive selection of environmentally friendly and cost-effective electric heaters from well-known brands such as Rointe, Dimplex and Haverland. Our range is designed to meet a wide range of residential and commercial needs, with models available at different price points to suit your budget. It includes a variety of dry ceramic and aluminium core models, as well as gel and oil-filled options. In addition to standard electric radiators, we also offer a range of advanced models that come with additional features. These include programmable thermostats, Wi-Fi connectivity, and intelligent heating controls, allowing you to control your heating remotely from your smartphone or tablet.

Overall, they are a great choice for anyone looking for an efficient, cost-effective, and easy-to-install heating solution. With a wide range of products to choose from, there is something to suit every need and budget. If you're not sure which size heater you need, our heating calculator can help. Alternatively, feel free to call our technical team on 01473 276686 for expert advice and assistance. If you are looking for more traditional models that work with central heating, we also stock a range of radiators and radiator valves.

Electric Radiators

Smart Electric Radiators

Smart electric radiators are a modern and intelligent heating solution. They are Wi-Fi-enabled and can often be controlled remotely using a smartphone app or voice commands through virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

One of the primary benefits is the ability to learn and adapt your heating preferences. The advanced algorithms and machine learning technology analyses your heating habits and adjusts the temperature accordingly, ensuring you home stays at a consistent and comfortable temperature throughout the day.

They also offer a high level of customisation and control. With the smartphone app, you can set custom heating schedules, adjust the temperature remotely, and monitor your energy usage in real-time. This allows you to stay in control of your heating while also maximising energy efficiency and minimising waste.

Overall, smart radiators are a modern and convenient heating solution. Offering advanced features, customisable settings, and the ability to control heating remotely. With energy-saving capabilities and intelligent technology, smart radiators are an excellent investment for those looking to reduce energy bills and minimising their carbon footprint.

Conservatory Radiators

Conservatory radiators are specifically designed to provide efficient and effective heating to conservatories or other similar spaces. These radiators are often slimline in design, allowing them to be mounted on walls without taking up too much space.

One of the primary benefits is their precise temperature control. They are equipped with thermostats that allow you to set the desired temperature, and they can maintain that temperature with a high level of accuracy. This means that you can enjoy a comfortable and warm conservatory without having to worry about fluctuations in temperature.

Overall, they are an excellent choice for providing efficient and effective heating to conservatories or similar spaces. They offer precise temperature control and come in a variety of options to suit different heating needs and preferences.

Conservatory showing wall mounted electric radiators with glass windows above
Room showing an electric radiator heater with stairs behind them

Vertical Electric Radiators

Vertical electric radiators are a stylish and practical choice for those looking to heat their home efficiently. These radiators are typically tall and narrow, making them an ideal option for homes with limited wall space. They come in a range of sizes and designs, allowing you to choose a model that complements your home's decor and meets your heating needs.

One of the primary benefits is their efficient heating capabilities. They use a heating element to warm up the surrounding air, and many models come equipped with advanced features like timers and thermostats for added convenience and energy savings. Some models also use infrared technology, which heats objects in the room rather than the air, resulting in a more even and comfortable heat.

Overall, they are a practical and stylish solution for heating your home. They offer efficient heating capabilities, a range of design options, and are easy to install and maintain. If you're looking for a heating solution that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing, a vertical model may be the perfect choice for you.

Oil Filled Radiators

Oil-filled radiators are a popular type that uses oil as a heat transfer fluid to warm up the surrounding air. The oil is sealed inside the radiator, and the heating element heats up the oil, causing it to circulate and heat up the metal fins on the radiator. The fins then release heat into the surrounding air, creating a warm and comfortable environment.

Many come equipped with adjustable thermostats, timers, and automatic shut-off features for added convenience and safety. The thermostat allows you to set the desired temperature, and the radiator will maintain the set temperature by automatically turning on and off. The timer allows you to schedule when the radiator turns on and off, providing warmth when you need it and saving energy when you don't.

Overall, they are an energy-efficient and effective way to keep your home warm during the colder months. They offer convenient features and are easy to use, making them a popular choice for homeowners and businesses alike.

Conservatory showing wall mounted electric radiators with glass windows above
Electric Heaters

Dry Core Radiators

Another type that is gaining popularity is the dry electric radiator. These use a ceramic core to heat up and emit warmth, making them a highly energy-efficient option. The ceramic core heats up quickly and retains the heat for longer, making it a cost-effective solution for heating your home. They are also safe and easy to install, and they offer precise temperature control through thermostats and timers. They are a great alternative to traditional central heating systems, providing comfort and warmth while saving you money on energy bills. Overall, whether you choose oil-filled, gel-filled, smart, conservatory or dry, you can enjoy an energy-efficient and convenient heating solution that fits your lifestyle and budget.

Energy Efficient Electric Radiators

Energy efficient models are designed to minimise the amount of energy used while still providing optimal warmth and comfort. They use innovative technology such as thermostats, timers, and advanced heat management systems to regulate the amount of energy used and ensure that only the necessary amount is utilised. This not only helps to reduce your energy bills but also has a positive impact on the environment by minimising your carbon footprint. They come in various shapes and sizes, making it easy to find a model that fits your home's design and heating needs. They are an excellent investment for those looking to save money on their energy bills while still enjoying a comfortable and warm home during the colder months.

Electric Radiators
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Which size electric radiator?

All of our products come with a description that specifies the square meter area they can heat effectively. If you're uncertain, our room calculator can assist you. It considers the size of your room, your region, and the orientation of your property to provide you with all the necessary information. After providing the necessary details, the calculator will determine the wattage required for your space, enabling you to choose the appropriate products based on wattage.

What is the difference between Electric Heaters and Electric Radiators?

An electric heater and an electric radiator are devices that generate heat using electricity, but there are some differences between the two.

Heaters typically have a fan that blows air over a heating element to distribute warmth throughout a room. These can be portable or fixed in place, and they come in a variety of sizes and styles.

On the other hand, electric radiators are designed to heat a room using convection, which means that they rely on natural air currents to circulate warm air. They are typically stationary and can be wall-mounted or free-standing. They work by heating a series of metal fins that then heat the air around them, causing warm air to rise and circulate throughout the room.

Another key difference between them is their energy efficiency. Electric radiators are generally considered to be more energy-efficient than heaters because they don't rely on a fan to circulate warm air. Instead, they use natural convection currents to distribute heat, which can save energy and reduce your heating bills over time.

Ultimately, the choice between them will depend on your specific heating needs and preferences. If you're looking for a portable, versatile heating option that can be moved from room to room, a heater may be the better choice. However, if you're looking for a stationary, energy-efficient heating solution that can provide consistent warmth throughout a room, the radiator may be a better option.

Conservatory showing wall mounted electric radiators with glass windows above

Why use Heater Shop?

We put our customers first. Our focus is solely on customer satisfaction, and this is reflected in the products we source, the service we offer and the quality checks that we perform. This means that we are making sure we have products that suit all budgets and styles, that our products are delivered on time and in perfect condition as well as actively asking for reviews and feedback. Our reviews and feedback are your voice, and we love to hear it. It tells us what we are doing right, as well as what we are doing wrong, which allows us to constantly review and improve.

We offer a wide variety of products. These are available in all sorts of shapes, sizes, materials, styles, and colours. All products have a minimum of 1 year warranty, but most of our products will carry more, some up to 30 years. We offer free next day delivery service to most of the UK, no matter how much or how little you spend, and we also offer a no quibble 14-day return policy. If you change your mind, simply return your product in its original condition and we will issue a refund. Moreover, we offer a price match promise, guaranteeing that if you find one of our products cheaper elsewhere, (including delivery and terms) we will match the price.

If you’d like to find out more about our products, or would like to enquire about stock, you can call one of the team on 01473 276686 who will be on hand to help with your query.

Delivery times

Most of our products are kept in stock, in our warehouse in Ipswich. This means we can offer free next day delivery to our customers. Each range and individual product state their estimated delivery time during checkout. We deliver to most UK locations with free, next day delivery as standard. To discuss delivery details, call us on 01473 276686.

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Frequently asked questions

Most of our products comes with a fixing kit, which includes the brackets, plugs and screws. The majority of our products also come with an installation guide as well as a fixing template which allows you to measure exactly where screws and fixings need to be placed.

The application process is very simple however we do advise you have the product installed by an authorized professional installer if you are not comfortable with installing the product yourself.

Choosing the correct size radiator is crucial to the overall comfort and efficiency of your heating solution. Each of our product descriptions displays a measurement in m2 which represent the model’s recommended room floor area it can provide for.

To find out the size and wattage you require, first measure the space you intend to warm. You can do this be multiplying the length in meters with the width. Once you have this number you can enter it into our room calculator. The program will also ask you for some more information about your room including your location, orientation and insulation.

The room calculator will allocate you an appropriate minimal wattage which you can measure against the products in our collection, giving you a selection of products which are suitable for your needs.

Quite simply - oil filled, gel filled and dry electric radiators are all electrically efficient, but may be more appropriate for your installation depending on your specific requirements and the size of the room that needs heating.

Dry heaters are designed to heat up both quickly and efficiently whilst you are in the room, ensuring that no heat energy is wasted when you do not require it. An Oil or Gel filled heater on the other hand will take longer to heat up and release heat into a room, but will heat your room for longer even after being turned off as that retained heat is dispersed slower.

Oil filled radiators are also deemed to be safer than a dry electric radiator as air flow to dry radiators can be affected by dust - therefore they can overheat and can be hot to the touch for children and pets in comparison to an oil filled radiator. There are specific low surface temperature electric radiators available for dry technology, although these are not widely available – they are a fantastic option for those who prefer the dry technology electric radiator.

Gel filled radiator is very similar to the oil filled radiator, but uses a thermodynamic gel compound as an alternative to oil for heat diffusion around the internals of the radiators metal construction.

Please see our Which Electric Radiator should I choose? Gel filled? Oil filled? or Dry? article for further information.

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