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Electric Heating


Electrorad’s Vanguard range of aluminium electric radiators boasts a ceramic core for improved heat retention, delivers a leakproof heating solution, and is Lot 20 ready. Vanguard is extremely lightweight, providing a modern alternative to traditional gas central heating systems and out-dated storage heaters.


Electric radiators – why quality counts


As electric radiators continue their surge in popularity, Richard Brown, Managing Director of Electrorad, explains why quality should never be compromised when deciding which company/brand to work with.


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uality is crucial in any business, and the electric heating sector is no exception. When contractors are working to tight deadlines, confidence in their products is crucial.


Product selection has a massive impact on getting the job done quickly; aſter all, the last thing your customers need are faulty radiators or parts that will cause setbacks or even callbacks. As wholesalers supplying quality products, you will help increase


customer satisfaction, maintain loyalty, and reduce the risk and cost of replacing faulty goods. Contractors expect you to deliver quality products and if you fail to do so, they will quickly look elsewhere. Quality products can also make an important contribution to long-term revenue and profitability, and enable you to maintain your prices.


LOT 20 Of course, everyone loves a bargain, and in the cost-conscious world we live in, it’s sometimes tempting to be swayed by manufacturers offering lower priced products. However, thanks to LOT 20 which came into effect on 1st January, every radiator and panel heater must now feature 24/7 programming, and adaptive start and open window functions in order to comply with a minimum efficiency standard.


www.ewnews.co.uk The knock-on effect of this is that many of the low-cost models that


only featured basic controls and inaccurate thermostats will no longer be around as they fail to comply with the new regulations. Therefore, before aligning yourself to an electric radiator supplier, it


pays to carefully check the quality credentials of their products and experience within the marketplace before purchase. Manufacturers that are constantly developing pioneering technologies and going one step further than the regulations dictate are always a safe bet for your business. It’s the manufacturers who are constantly raising the bar in electric heating, and putting the industry on a whole new playing field that you and your customers should want to align yourselves with.


Testing But it’s not just the number of product features that signal quality. To be confident in your supplier you should only source electric radiators from those who have conducted their own rigorous testing before and during manufacture and whose products boast exceptional standards of engineering and efficiency. Knowing the products have passed rigid checks prior to despatch will give you added assurance in their overall quality.


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