Whether you’re looking to stay cool throughout the summer, or keep your house well heated throughout winter, this guide will make sure you choose the right product to match your needs.
As well as ensuring your home will always be kept at the ideal temperature, we will also guide you through the latest in air treatment to ensure your home environment is always a healthy and safe one.
Desk fans are perfect for the home and office. They take up a minimal amount of space and provide an instant burst of cool air in the immediate area. Desk fans are available in a range of sizes, with the larger models offering a wider reach of cool air.
Pedestal fans are ideal for cooling larger spaces as they can circulate air to a wider area, and the height can be adjusted depending on where you want it to stand. They usually come with an oscillating function, variable speed settings and tilt controls.
Tower fans are more discreet than pedestal fans. They stand upright and take up a smaller amount of space while still cooling large spaces efficiently. Some models have timer function and remote controls.
Dyson fans offer a unique bladeless design, using AirMultiplier technology to draw in the surrounding air and amplify the flow of air distributed. Since there are no rotating blades, the airflow remains uninterrupted and offers a constant stream of cool air. The design makes these models easy to clean and safe to use.
Moisture produced by humidifiers can help prevent the throat from drying out, which can help to tackle snoring. Humidifiers have also been known to improve sinus health, particularly in those who suffer from congestion and sinusitis. They ensure your sinuses are never too dry, easing congestion and soothing sore throats.
Maintaining the optimum level of moisture in your home improves your respiratory system to expel germs from the body. If maintained, ideal humidity levels can also ease other discomforts caused by dry air such as itchy or dry eyes and sore throats.
Fan heaters expel heat in the immediate area, and are ideal for providing that extra burst of warm air in a cool room or office. Some models have the ability to oscillate, meaning the heat is dispensed more evenly throughout the room. Most fan heaters also have a cool blow function, and can therefore be used as a cooling fan in summer months.
Radiators offer a more robust heating solution, radiating heat across the whole surface and heating the surrounding room evenly. Unlike fan heaters, radiators are virtually silent when they are in use.
Oil-filled radiators work by heating the oil contained within them; the oil is heated electrically so there is never any need to top up or replace the oil.
Oil-free radiators dispense heat around the room in the same way without the need for oil. They are usually lighter and therefore easier to move around than oil-filled models. Oil-free models will also generally heat up faster.
Convector heaters generate heat using an electrical element, with the warmed air rising up and heating the surrounding room. Convector heaters are quick to heat and use a thermostat to achieve the ideal temperature. An automatic cut-off feature will ensure that the appliance never overheats.