LONDON, UK (RPRN) 8/19/2009 — Homeowners are now treating certain aspects of their heating systems such as radiators as fashion accessories according to Boilerguide, the UKâ€™s leading online resource for homeowners and heating engineers regarding all boiler-related issues.
As changes in interior design have occurred, an increasing number of homeowners have become more concerned with the aesthetics of their heating system, resulting in an increased demand for equipment such as radiators that are both pleasing in terms of their appearance as well as heating ability.
The aesthetic demands of homes has generally grown more complex over time, and as a result radiator designers and manufacturers have to constantly innovate and provide radiators to suit a variety of situations within a home, be that space, practicality, or indeed their overall appearance in relation the room they are in. This is particularly evident with central heating boilers in smaller homes as maximising and utilise space is of the utmost importance.
Investment in new radiators to complement the design of a room can not only make it look sleek and elegant but, can also add to the value of a property. Additionally, as well as being aesthetically pleasing, newer radiators are generally of a better heating quality so any investment made can easily transfer to the overall value of a home as well as increasing its saleability.
David Holmes, Founder of Boilerguide.co.uk commented: â€œRadiators and other heating equipment that has a refined appearance are becoming increasingly popular amongst homeowners, particularly in houses that have been recently constructed.
â€œWhilst modern looking radiators can a positive effect on properties in terms of appearance and saleability, homeowners must ensure that they buy their heating equipment from a quality vendor and have it installed by a professional heating engineer to maximise the positive effects and also lower the risk of any problems occurring with their heating system.â€
Boilerguide is a free service that enables homeowners to find and receive quotes for heating jobs such as a boiler service from qualified heating engineers in their locale.
Any engineer can join the service for free, paying a small fee whenever a successful lead is generated. The fee depends upon the type of work that is gained, meaning that a lead for a routine job such as a boiler service will not cost as much as a lead for a job needing more time, such as an entire gas boiler replacement.
For more information please visit boilerguide.co.uk