Cutting the costs of central heating

When winter comes around, we are all faced with the challenge of keeping our houses warm and comfortable without breaking the bank to do so. Most central heating systems in homes across the UK are gas powered, but with the price of gas rising over the years, this may no longer be the most suitable system for your home. There are many more options for heating your home, and the Rointe system is at the forefront of energy efficient and practical heating.

Rointe central heating systems are powered by electricity. This may seem surprising, as electricity has generally been regarded as inefficient for powering heating systems. This is true when it comes to appliances such as plug in portable heaters, which are notorious for running up big bills. The difference with Rointe, however, is that it makes a highly efficient use of energy consumption to ensure a maximum level of heat is generated on the smallest amount of energy possible.

The Rointe system incorporates efficient heat distribution design and is made with materials that retain and carry the warmth generated. Independent testing by impartial parties such as the Building Services Research and Information Association show that energy savings of over 50% are possible with the Rointe system. That figure is even higher when used in conjunction with the energy control app Rointe have designed for smartphones and tablets.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Rointe heating system or would like to have it installed in your home, our team of electricians in Leicestershire can provide a professional service to meet your needs. This is the heating system that does do what no one would have ever thought possible – provide an electrical based heating system that works in a cheaper and far more efficient way than gas.

Although central heating is at the forefront of all of our minds with winter approaching, the Rointe system is just one of the innovative and successful ways we work to make your home more energy efficient. It’s not likely that there will be a drop in energy costs any time soon, so we will do all we can to help you successfully reduce your power consumption and costs.