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Storage Heaters

Welcome to Storage Heaters Direct, suppliers of modern efficient storage heaters and the very latest energy efficient designer electric radiators.

Our mission is to bring you the best very brands with the very latest energy efficient technology at the most competitive prices. Owned and operated by Eco Stores Direct, we are proud of our customer service reputation and have thousands of satisfied customers throughout the UK.

Call us today on 0330 880 8181 for free help or advice when choosing your heaters, our friendly staff are on hand right now with expert advice on the best option for you.

Electric Storage Heaters

We stock electric storage heaters from Dimplex, Sunhouse and the German manufacturer Stiebel Eltron. We only stock products that are automatic to ensure a higher degree of energy efficiency and wasted heat reduction. We also stock a range of Haverland designer electric radiators which are now becoming a more viable alternative for people who work during the day and return in the evening.

Night Storage Heaters

Always considered as one of the most cost effective forms of heating, night storage heaters use cheaper “night time” electricity to heat up specially designed heat retaining bricks. These bricks then release the stored heat during the day to ensure your property is kept nice and warm. Modern versions have become a lot less bulky and more efficient with options such as an automatic mode and weather compensation units designed to reduce energy consumption.

Energy Efficient Electric Radiators

We also stock a range of designer electric radiators which are a viable alternative to storage heaters, especially if you don’t require a lot of heat during the day. Ultra slim and fully programmable, our electric radiators use the very latest energy and temperature management systems to ensure cost effective electric heating. They offer a level of heat control which cannot be found in storage heaters ensuring you only pay for the heat you use. They are considerably slimmer than storage heaters and can be fitted with basic DIY knowledge in less than 10 minutes.

Please contact us today for any help or advice, our heating experts are on hand to offer advice on the best solution for you.

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  • Let's bust some myths about storage heaters

    Storage heaters, for many years, have been seen largely as an expensive and inefficient alternative to other methods of heating your home. By far, a gas central heating system is still the most prevalent in the UK, but with gas prices constantly on the rise and the UK becoming evermore dependent on imports, people are starting to consider electric heating alternatives. Stylish, designer electric radiators have boomed in popularity, largely due to the sheer efficiency and level of control they offer, but where does the new technology fit in with storage heaters? Don't rule them out yet... Read More