We pride ourselves on supplying high-quality, affordable heating products and have launched top-tips to help our customers ensure that they buy quality, whichever brand they choose.
(PRWEB UK) 11 September 2013
With the addition of ‘How to Buy the Best’ quality guidelines to their growing website, popular online heating retailer BestHeating.com aims to educate consumers on what to look for in a top-quality radiator and how to avoid mediocre products.
A simple but effective message, the digital store has outlined three key criteria for buyers to be aware of when purchasing a new radiator.
“We pride ourselves on supplying high-quality, affordable heating products and have launched top-tips to help our customers ensure that they buy quality, whichever brand they choose. With 30 years of experience in the industry, we’re perfectly placed to help customers buy the right products for their needs”, says Kyle Lovett-Blackwell, Director of BestHeating.com. “We noticed some retailers selling low-quality copies of branded designer radiators, and thought we should offer some advice to our customers so that they can purchase safe products”, he continues.
The store themselves will only select, stock and sell radiators which have been made using high-quality, 1.5mm steel- an ideal thickness for this kind of application- and are keen to make customers aware that products made from thinner steel are of inferior quality.
They advise consumers to check the weight of a radiator before making a purchase, as a steel radiator with a noticeably light weight compared to its counterparts may have been manufactured from 1.2mm steel.
Finally, the BestHeating.com experts recommend that any buyer checks the length of guarantee that is provided with the radiator they hope to purchase, as a short guarantee can signify a poor quality product.
Available to view on product pages, the guidelines are clearly and concisely presented. BestHeating.com hopes customers will be empowered to choose and recognise a top-quality radiator quickly and easily, as well as being able to avoid lesser products which could underperform.
To view the top-tips and accompanying products, visit http://www.BestHeating.com.