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Conservatory Radiators FAQs
Are Electric Conservatory Heaters Energy Efficient?
Yes, if you have a secure conservatory with sealed doors and windows when the heating is on, there is no reason why your conservatory can’t be one of the cosiest rooms in the home. With its design, some heat will be expected to escape through the glass compared to other rooms that are mainly brick and mortar, but if your conservatory is well-built and has been maintained, you can efficiently heat it for as long as you need. You can find out more about heat loss here.
Can I Install a Conservatory Radiator Myself?
We’ve made our radiators as simple to install s possible, with all packaging including instructions to help achieve this. Of course, it isn’t a requirement to fit yourself, so we recommend if you are planning to hire contractors or tradespeople to install conservatory radiators, to wait until after you have had delivery to ensure there are no delays with installing a radiator in your conservatory. Each radiator comes complete with piping connections to easily attach to central heating systems, as well as the fitting of any valves.
Is it Worth Putting a Radiator in a Conservatory?
If you enjoy a warm conservatory during the winter months, then conservatory heaters or a dedicated radiator for your conservatory are essential. As conservatory owners will say, keeping them warm when the temperature drops is difficult due to escaping air, but this can be resolved with regular maintenance. If you plan to spend time in a conservatory, having a heating solution connected to your central heating will help save on energy bills and provide heating when you need it compared to conservatory electric radiators. You won’t need to have this on constantly, so using the thermostat to adjust the radiator in your conservatory, in the same way as any other room.