3 – Electric heaters
There are a variety of different types of electric heaters, including convection heaters, fan heaters and infrared heaters. An electric heater is relatively cheap to buy and easy to use, but they can be expensive to run.
A fan heater is another option. These are small, portable heaters that use electricity to generate heat. They can be used to heat a small area, and some models come with a built-in fan to help circulate the air. They are very cheap and can be used to heat a small area.
The disadvantage of fan heaters is that they are not very environmentally friendly, as they use a lot of electricity. They can also be noisy.
The pros and cons of electric heating are:
Electric heaters are very convenient as they can be plugged in and turned on quickly. They are also safe to use as there is no open flame.
Electric heaters can be expensive to run, as they use a lot of electricity. They are also not very efficient at heating a room, as most of the heat is lost through the walls.
Thus, the cheapest ways to heat a room are through gas central heating, oil-filled heaters, and electric heaters. Each type has its pros and cons, so be sure to choose the one that best suits your needs.
It’s also worth considering storage heaters. These are electric heaters that store heat during the day (when electricity is cheaper) and release it at night. They can be used to heat a whole room or just a small area.
Storage heaters are very cheap and can be used to heat a whole room, or just a small area.
The disadvantage is that they are not very environmentally friendly, as they use a lot of electricity.
Watch the video below that compares some of the options that are available to you.