The winter is here and so temperatures go plummeting which is why keeping a home nice and warm is one of the most important jobs for any parent. But here’s a thing – you want something which looks good, is in keeping with your lovingly designed home and equally won’t send your heating bills through the roof.
Some interesting designs can be seen on the warmrooms.co.uk site. One thing they’ve really taken to in recent years is that heating a home shouldn’t necessarily work against interior design. Both can be absolutely fabulous as long as you get it right. So sit back, strap yourself in and have a look at some of the eye-catching designs you could come up with.
Like many housewives, I work hard to maintain the look and feel of my home. Previously that might have been difficult – I’d have had to compromise look and design to price, but a new range of designer heating appliances are coming to market and they can be affordably fantastic.
Exciting and ambitious designs have really pushed the envelope for how an entire room’s design can be fitted with the heating appliances. They are slimline, discrete and, in some cases, resemble mini works of art in their own right. These days, many companies are providing stylish ‘designer’ radiators that blend seamlessly into the overall design.
We all want to be more environmentally friendly, and as the cost of everyday living continues to soar it’s only natural to want to find energy efficient heating options which drive down your carbon footprint; while also saving you a few extra dollars during the cold winter months.
A cold winter
What’s more important than usual this winter because the chances are energy bills may be up again this year. The fall in the oil price meant energy prices had remained static or in some cases fallen over the past few years, but now they are set to rise again – some smaller providers have already announced increases while the bigger players are also itching to push their prices up too.
There are ways you can keep prices down. For example, shopping around for the better deals can be. There’s lots of advice out there on how you can switch your provider. Have a read and then spruce up your buying habits you might be surprised by what you find.
The latest designs, though, are not only meant to look good, they’ve been rated to be as energy efficient as possible. This means you’ll have a nice, lovely toasty home, but it’ll look great and keep your bills down too. So, the moral of this story? Be smart, shop around and you’ll find ways to heat your home that works well from every perspective.