Now that winter is well and truly here, and most of your students will have gone home for the holidays, you might notice a big change in your bills. Students have a tendency to whack the heating up, and keep it high, whenever they feel a chill. So you can imagine the effect this has on your energy bill. One of the best ways to counter this problem, is to install electric radiators instead. And as with any work or installations, it’s better to get this done, while the students are out of the way. Here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical experts. From commercial electricals, to industrial and residential, we have the experience, the knowledge and the skills to provide a range of high quality services. As a result, we have produced this guide to installing electric radiators in student accommodation.
Electric radiators in student accommodation
With an individual thermostat on every radiator, electric radiators are centrally programmed to reach the same temperature. So you can keep a level temperature throughout the property, with no cold or hot spots. And this cannot be changed by the students. So, you could set your electric radiators to reach 22 degrees, and they will be triggered to come on automatically, when the temperature dips below this point. Once the property warms up to 22, the radiators will automatically switch off. As a result, you can save money, and reduce wasted fuel too.
Installing electric radiators in student accommodation
It’s a good idea to install these radiators while the students are not in residence.
Installing electric radiators is a straightforward job for the professionals here at Walker Electrical. We would install the electric radiators in the key places around your property, including each bedroom, and each communal space. This would help the temperature stay perfect and consistent. Why not contact us for more information or a quote?