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Coming home to a nice warm house is nice, but you shouldn’t have to waste energy and money to have it.

Our thermostats give you carefree temperature control even when you are not there. It doesn’t matter what your schedule is, our thermostats allow you to precisely control the temperature of your radiators, giving you peace of mind in knowing that you are conserving energy while you are out doing your thing and keeping money in your pocket.

Which one should I choose?

If you just use it occasionally or on set timetables and need to just set the temperature, then all you need is the wall socket thermostat.

It is straightforward and easy to use but is less convenient that the central digital thermostat. But if you have more than one heater and are heating more than one space, you should take a look at our options below.

  • Room Thermostat

    The room thermostat is the best way to control multiple heaters, throughout the home from one central location. It is fully programmable and shows readouts of the temperatures in each room.

    Where should I put the room thermostat?

    The first thing to keep in mind is that the thermostat should never be in the path of direct sunlight. The best place to install a room thermostat is at about adult eye level and away from sunlight, windows and heat sources. For example, the kitchen is not a good place to put a thermostat because of the heat produced when cooking.

  • Digital Thermostat

    Our digital thermostat comes in a conventional and wireless model and is fully programmable. It allows you to set the temperature to exactly what you need it to be, when you need it. The digital thermostat is equipped with an air temperature sensor, and when the room temperature drops below the set temperature, the thermostat switches on the heater. Once the temperature reaches its preset, the heating element is automatically switched off.

  • Manual Thermostat

    This thermostat works with all radiators and offers an easy-to-use dial to select the desired room temperature. However, because it does not offer preset controls and displays like the digital model, it is more ideal for people who are at home more frequently and can manually control the temperature.

  • Socket Thermostat

    Socket thermostats are ideal for single radiator use and plug directly into the wall socket. They are fully programmable and can be used to automatically switch on and off the heater as needed.

    Still not sure which thermostat you need?

    Give us a call or email and we can get you sorted.

    Thermostat safety

    The break down of thermostats is rare and you can be certain that the radiator will never overheat.

    All radiators are equipped with a fail-safe thermostat that will instantly shut down the heating elements when the internal temperature of the storage plates reaches 110 ° C. As soon as the radiator temperature drops below 55 ° C, the safety switch reconnects the element to the electricity.