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eroom

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Hi geeks,
just been a bit nosey, how do you peeps with salons, keep them warm in winter without have ginormous electric bills.
i have no central heating system and am currently using fan heaters, dread to think what the bills gonna be like :eek:
 

honeymummy

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weve got oil radiators and we put them on a timer ready for the morning.
 

eroom

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i was looking at those, but was told they dont give off enough heat,unless it is a really small room.
 

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I also have oil filled radiators. I have a big one with a timer at the front of the salon, which is coping fine on its own for now, another big one and a smaller one for when it gets really cold. Generally 2 radiators will warm the whole of my salon even in the middle of winter. They are far better on electricity than fan heaters.
 

eroom

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Thanks for your replies so far, fan heaters are really fast when it comes to heating the room, but equally as fast at using leki
 

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I use a convector heater, it warms the whole salon (size of a large living room) and i haven't had a bad electric bill yet
 

michelle g

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i also have oil filled radiators, i have a key meter for the electric, so no big
bills for me.
 

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