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cleanly and without guilt from the breezes that blow around these islands.” This can only mean positive things for the future of home electric heating.

Energy efficiency Whatever heating system is being used, good advice for all properties is to

include improving insulation. No matter how good the heating is, the insulation is what keeps the heat in! Cavity wall insulation, double/triple glazing and quick fixes like door insulation brushes will all help. Using smart heating is also a great choice as devices give total control of rooms allowing different time and temperatures in each room – meaning the most efficient use of energy and ultimately helping to keep costs under control too. Since Eco-Design Lot20 compliance requirements came into effect in 2018, most electric heating manufacturers used this opportunity to take the technology beyond the minimum requirements and this has helped to ensure electric heating is amongst the smartest of the heating solutions on offer. When the new version of SAP is released, it’s also set to reduce the emissions factor for electricity by 23%. This will make it much easier to obtain building regulations compliance with electric systems. This will further endorse the move to the Future Homes Standard by 2025. Electric heating manufacturers and suppliers such as Electrorad have been

quick to react to the changes proposed for direct acting electric heating, ensuring that their radiator and heater ranges are 100% energy efficient and can be controlled in market leading ways using the very latest technologies. Coupling app-based controls with extras such as Alexa, Google Home and Geo-Location functions means you have some extremely smart radiators helping to ensure the very best and efficient use of energy throughout homes. More and more advice is requested with regards to these changes so It will help align yourself with a supplier such as Electrorad which has over 18 years experience within the marketplace and is a leading supplier of electric heating.

A company who can provide you with heating estimates and plans along with advice for the correct radiators for the buildings or homes is essential now and will be even more so in the times to come. As an electrical wholesaler you'll have started to see the change in specifications from your customers, so it’s important to work with a supplier which not only understands the implications of the future changes but also has a full stock of products that tick all the boxes for your customers, a one-stop shop!

The Vanguard+ ranges is wifi compatible and works with Alexa and Google Home. The long-term trends for energy supply in the UK mean that electric

heating will become a top choice for homes, just as electric powered cars are becoming a top choice for vehicles. Electric heating can offer real benefits both now and in the future.

Electrorads TouchE3 for the DigiLine range gives total home control and is wifi compatible. 28 | electrical wholesalerNovember 2020

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