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New EcoDesign Regulations and Electric Heating Lot20

By Louise Clough 14 days ago 24 Views

From January 1st 2018 there will be a new legislation introduced for Electric Heating.

Electric heating is changing, and just like light bulbs and gas boilers new regulations are redefining the technology that can be sold in the UK.

Here's what you need to know about these upcoming changes.

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Things To Consider Before Buy Water Heater - Gas Vs Electric Water Heater

By Carl Simpson 6 months ago 245 Views No comments

Heating water is the second-largest expense in our homes, according to the Department of Energy, accounting for 14% to 18% of our utility bills. 60% Home use gas water heater and 40% use electric water heater.

What Valves do I need with my Radiator

By Louise Clough 6 months ago 245 Views No comments

This is a popular question that we get asked at Qbic Heating and it can be difficult to understand if it's not something you've had to purchase previously so we have put together a little bit of information to help you make the right choice.

Radiator Valves are needed to connect any radiator to your central heating system and the type of radiator valve you will need is dependent on the position of the radiator valve inlets that your new radiator requires and the position of the central heating supply flow and return pipes that your radiator feeds off.

Once you have this information then you can start to look at the types of valve that you need.

There are a couple of different types of valves on the market

​What is a Dimplex OFX Oil Filled Panel Radiator?

By Callum Simpson 2 years ago 1256 Views No comments

The Dimplex OFX Radiator is our best selling and most popular panel heater we have available.

This particular heater comes in three different outputs 750W, 1000W & 1500W. You also have the option of manual 24-hour timer, which can be set to switch the heater On/Off in any 15 minute periods.

Personally I prefer the timer option as you can set it to come on at specific times during the day, which helps getting out of bed on a wintery cold morning, especially living in the UK!