UK’s Coldest Bonfire Night in 14-years Ignites Home Heating Demands

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The central heating systems of homes across the UK were tested vigorously last night as temperatures plummeted to as little as 2-5°C by the evening. With a figure of 15°C noted last year it means November 5, 2012 was the coldest Bonfire Night on record in 14 years. BestHeating.com believes the onset of cold will boost the need of high quality central heating.

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Properties can greatly benefit from top-rated heating appliances.

The early arrival of winter weather woes, including torrential rain, flash flooding and artic blasts highlights the reliance on an efficient home heating system. Heating in a building is vital for maintaining general wellbeing, comfort and combating damp.

An effective heating system means areas heat faster, for quicker room comfort, and more effectively for long lasting warmth and a reduced demand on operating times.

If a system is of low quality or too old it can lead to problems like cold spots on radiators, long running times, unwanted noises like gurgling and knocking and also unnecessary loss of heat.

As well as having a properly maintained boiler, double glazing and sufficient loft and cavity wall insulation, properties can greatly benefit from top-rated heating appliances like designer radiators and electric underfloor heating.

Online specialists BestHeating.com provide both these products and more in their extensive catalogue. The internet store delivers “Aspirational Heating at Affordable Prices”, meaning all of its high quality radiators, heated towel rails, UFH and renewables are perfect for saving households money both in the short and long term.

All methods of heaters available at BestHeating.com are made to meet the tough weather demands of winter as well as coming with manufacturer's warranties.

Tips and advice on how to make the most of home heating during the winter months is available via the BestHeating blog.

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