Most Economical Heaters To Run In a Home Or Office
When it comes to investing in a heating system for your home or commercially it should be considered exactly that – An investment!
With so many options available, it is a difficult task to fully understand the Pro’s and Con’s of each system, especially when the decision to be made can be more than a decade apart and you are faced with technological advancements in the timescale.
We know from other ‘major’ purchases that as ‘old’ or ‘traditional’ technology becomes superceded, purchase points can reduce significantly. This at a glance when looking at the purchase price of older technology can seem attractive or great value and influence the decision to purchase.
Here at H4Heat we agree with our partners at Herschel. To determine true cost to value we have to consider the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), which takes into account the multiple variables such as low purchase prices but high running costs or associate installation costs, or on-going maintenance or repair costs and of course the life expectancy of the product until the replacement of the full or part of the system is required.
So what are the running costs associated with heating a standard 3 bedroom house? Herschel used figures published by the Energy Savings Trust on running costs of other heating systems and combined and cross referenced them with the Energy Savings Trust website guidelines on purchase and installation costs. Below is a compelling infographic of their findings and results.
Here at H4Heat, we recognise that affordability when choosing your heating system will fundamentally be driven by price and on-going costs, which is why Total Cost of Ownership must be considered beyond purchase price.
We can definitely help you with this. A Quality Price for a Quality Product combined with low running costs – The H4Heat way!
For more in depth and detailed information, research and comparison data check out the authority on the subject by visiting the manufacturer website at Herschel-infrared.com.
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