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  There are fewer things as upsetting as a flooded home. Floods can happen for a variety of reasons, rising water levels, a burst embankment or a burst pipe. At Dehumidifiersuk we are the...Read More

A Guide to Space Heaters

2015-09-22 09:47:36

With so many choices, you may wonder which space heaters will be best to use. And since the object is to reduce your overall heating bill, you might also ask which is the most energy efficient. Heaters UK is a Cheshire based retailer of high quality heating appliances.   Please feel free to call and speak to one of our customer service representatives to help you get the storage heaters that are best for you....Read More

A Guide to Convector Heaters

2015-09-22 09:46:56

At Heaters UK, we always bring you the best value and products available.  Out convector heaters have become very popular over recent years due to their high efficiency and portability.  Convector heaters are a cost effective solution for heating any room or conservatory. Our range of convector electric panel heaters are easy to install and cheap to run due to their energy efficiency. In addition they are...Read More

A Guide to Dpmestic Fan Heaters

2015-09-22 09:46:19

Lots of households get very cold, but the problem can be sorted out with the help of the electric fan heaters. There are lots of reasons why the electric fan heaters need to be taken into consideration by the people who are looking forward to get the warm air in and around their rooms. Apart from the financial point of view of the electric fan heaters, lots of people have come to a conclusion...Read More

The prices utilities are raising by the day and many people are finding it difficult to pay their utility bills. Energy companies are trying their best to allocate the limited resources they have. To manage scarce utilities like electricity energy companies have introduced variable pricing. Charges for utilities such as electricity vary depending on the time of use. Utility providers usually charge a higher tariff during peak...Read More

A Guide to Door Heaters

2015-09-22 09:39:40

With so many heaters in the market today, it is no wonder people can get confused. From panel heaters to storage heaters, there are numerous of heaters out there for you.  At Heaters UK, we can help you get your hands on the heaters that are best for you. Heaters UK is a Cheshire based retailer of high quality heating appliances. We specialize in high quality electric fires, electric panel...Read More

A Guide to Hot Air Curtains

2015-09-22 09:36:59

Hot air curtains are fans that create a wind barrier between the outside and inside of a room. When well designed and properly installed, these windy barriers can cut down on heating costs significantly when compared with an unblocked entryway. In any structure- a house, a warehouse, or an office- a very large amount of the heating or cooling costs involve replacing the air that leaks out. In some temperature regulated...Read More

A Guide to Radiant Heaters

2015-09-22 09:34:36

Radiant heaters, as opposed to warm air systems, such as a forced air unit heaters, delivers the source of heat to the floor level, not the ceiling. Radiant energy is the oldest form of heating used to provide comfort and is the basis for all heating systems.  Radiant energy is very pure radiation and is absorbed by an object without physical contact with the heat source or by heating the surrounding air, as is the...Read More

Wall heaters and Radiators If you need to heat up an individual room but don't want a heater that will take up precious floor space, consider electric wall heaters. These heaters offer out-of-the-way wall mounting and are an economic way of providing efficient room heating. Using convection technology, wall heaters generate heat in the space between the panel and the wall. Electric Read More

Finding your ideal electric heater Shopping for an electric heater can be intimidating. For most people, you either turn an electric heater on or off. After that, we call a family member or close friend to help us shop for one. Well at Heaters UK, let us be your friend. We have been in business for a long time, serving the greater Cheshire area. ....Read More

A Guide to Panel Heaters

2015-09-22 09:27:05

Most new houses these days install the electric panel heaters for their efficiency, power saving and smart shapes. Gone are the days of huge radiators and even the miles long pipeline that ran through the house for central heating, the electric panel heaters are great find for any house today. The panel heaters are lightweight and easy to install too. The old radiators were hard not only to install but they tend to get rusty and...Read More

A Guide to Electric Fan Heaters

2015-09-22 09:26:19

A fan heater can offer many conveniences when it comes to outdoor or indoor heating. . Since fan heaters are portable, you can take them wherever you go. It can be used in the office, in your den, and even the bathrooms. A fan heater is a great way to stay warm when you are on the go.  Electric fan heaters are available at Heaters UK 24 hours a day, seven days a...Read More

A Guide to Electric Heaters

2015-09-22 09:25:21

The first thing most people think of when you mention electric heaters is a household furnace that provides warm, circulating air throughout the house via a series of ducts and vents.  Using electric energy for structure-heating purposes is commonplace both in residences and in public buildings. However, heaters of this sort are more expensive than an energy source consisting of the combustion of sort of fuel like...Read More

A guide to Underfloor Heating

2015-09-10 14:01:02

Underfloor heating Underfloor heating is a form of central heating which uses radiant heating. Underfloor heating takes the form of a 'mat' which is laid under the flooring. This mat is essentially a long heating element. A low electric current is passed through the...Read More

A Guide to Portable Dehumidifiers

2015-06-15 16:06:27

Click here to browse our full range of portable dehumidifiers!   Too much humidity in your home is never a good thing. That's why we stock and sell a magnificent variety of humidifiers for residential use. Whether...Read More

Do you have a swimming pool that is partially or entirely enclosed? Have you noticed condensation on your windows and a strong smell of chlorine in the air? If so, chances are good that you have an improper dehumidifier and ventilation in your poolroom area.  Owning an indoor swimming pool can provide many hours of enjoyment for your family and friends. Besides the initial construction expenses,...Read More

A Guide to Boat Dehumidifiers

2015-06-15 14:49:55

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Understanding the benefits of a domestic dehumidifier When the humidity in the air inside a house is high, it acts as a barrier for many insects such as moths, cockroaches, and flea’s.  It can also allow mildew and moulds to grow inside the house, which pose as a major health issue among the people who reside there. For reducing this humidity at home, appliances such as a dehumidifier are the ideal...Read More

A Guide to HEPA Air Purifiers

2015-06-15 14:31:01

A HEPA filter is composed of a high efficiency cloth type filter, which is essentially a dense mat of randomly arranged fibers. They were originally designed in the 1940s by the US military to prevent the spread of radioactive particles. A common misconception is that a HEPA filter behaves like a sieve and traps particles based on the smallest diameter opening in the mat (circa 0.3 microns). This is incorrect as the HEPA uses...Read More

A Guide to Building Dryers

2015-06-15 14:26:28

Our vast range of building dryers are perfectly suited for use in the demanding environments such as building sites and hire fleets. Designed specifically to provide rapid drying solutions and humidity control, a building dryer can decrease drying times by up to 40%.   How to tell when Building Drying is complete   The British Damage Management Association (BDMA) defines...Read More

A Guide to Plasma Air Purifiers

2015-06-15 14:15:41

Plasma purifiers use electrostatic precipitation technology to trap airborne allergens and particles. The technology has been used in industrial applications for many years to prevent particulate emissions and is designed to collect particles with diameters from 0.1 microns upwards. How Plasma Air Purifiers Work   Read More

What are Air Contaminants? Particulates – dust, dust mites, pollen, smoke particles Microbes – bacteria, viruses, mould spores, germs Chemicals – benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, VOC’s General Odours – cooking smells, pets, shoes, damp washing... the list is endless!   What do...Read More

A Guide to Air Purifiers

2015-06-15 14:10:07

An air purifier is a device which removes contaminants from the air. These devices are commonly marketed as being beneficial to allergy sufferers and asthmatics, and at reducing or eliminating second-hand tobacco smoke. Commercial grade air purifiers are manufactured as either small stand-alone units or larger units that can be affixed to an air handler unit (AHU) or to an HVAC unit found in the medical, industrial, and...Read More

A Guide to Dehumidifier Jargon

2015-06-15 14:06:33

Our dehumidifier jargon buster is here to help explain key points and features of dehumidifiers and how they work and the problems that they combat ! Humidistat - pretty much the same as a thermostat monitors temperature, a humidistat measures relative humidity and switches the machine on and off automatically at certain levels pre-determined by the user. Relative humidity...Read More

Compressor driven dehumidifiers provide, in the right environment, an extremely simple and efficient method of removing mositure quickly and economically. Working on the same principle as domestic refrigerators; through the refrigeration process the evaporator in the unit becomes extremely cold. A fan draws air into the machine which passes over the evaporator unit and, as the air temperature drops, the...Read More

Desiccant dehumidifiers use a desiccant material, typically Zeolite, which absorbs water vapour in much the same way as silica gel (a packet of which you would often find in a pair of new shoes). A fan draws air into the dehumidifier and passes it through a section of a slowly rotating wheel which holds the desiccant material. The material draws the moisture out and dries the air which then exits the unit. The moisture is...Read More

A Guide to Cellar Dehumidifiers

2015-06-15 13:41:19

Why use a cellar dehumidifer? Cellars, by their very nature and location, tend to be cooler than the above ground rooms in a property. Therefore we recommend desiccant dehumidifiers for cellars as they work well in any temperatures whereas compressor driven units only work well in temperatures above 20 degrees. Read More

A Guide to Caravan Dehumidifiers

2015-06-15 13:40:04

When the winter lay-up season begins, thoughts invariably turn to how best preserve your caravan or motorhome from damp and mould. Mould is a major enemy and it loves the moist, stale air found inside a caravan or motorhome that has been shut up for winter. Good ventilation is key to prevent air going stale, but moisture can need some extra help to keep it at bay. An example of this is that on a...Read More

A Guide to Garage Dehumidifiers

2015-06-15 13:37:12

If nothing but the best will do for your car, tools, motorbike, or stored goods then leaving them in a cold, damp garage over the winter is a seriously bad idea. Rust starts eating into metal, mildew grows on seats, and carpets and cardboard storage boxes go soggy.   Workshops or garages with large gaps around the windows and doors are the worst affected. Yet even well sealed...Read More

One of the most commonly asked questions we receive on a daily basis is 'What is the difference between a desiccant and compressor dehumidifier?' So we have prepared this guide to help you make the right choice between a desiccant or compressor unit.  How Compressor Dehumidifiers Work A Compressor Dehumidifier is essentially like a little fridge and works by drawing in the air from the room...Read More

A Guide to Domestic Dehumidifiers

2015-06-15 13:17:44

The most frequent question customers ask when enquiring about domestic dehumidifiers is whether to buy a desiccant unit or a compressor unit. Desiccant units tend to be smaller, lighter, quieter and more effective and efficient at extracting moisture in cooler environments so are ideal for lots of scenarios in the UK. Compressor dehumidifiers only work well in warmer temperatures (over 18...Read More