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Neater Heater brings options to more customers.

By Tuesday, 12 August 2014 14:32 0

Neater Heater are delighted to announce that, thanks to our new easy to use website and our partnership with MRW Couriers, we can almost guarantee same-week delivery (subject to stock levels) wherever you live in Spain. Naturally, we recommend that you plan in the spring to give yourselves a nice warm winter. Contacting us early will allow us to guarantee that your heaters will be on one of our regular deliveries from BEHA and ADAX.

Electric systems are still the cheapest start-up option despite electricity prices rising, along with gas and oil. But because of the rising fuel prices it is even more imperative that you plan for the winter by purchasing cost-effective and efficient Neater Heaters, rather than waiting for the cold weather to catch you napping causing you to rush out and buy whatever you can grab off the shelves.

Neater Heaters are Norwegian Convector Heaters. They use latest technologies and materials to ensure that the electricity you use to heat your home is used effectively and efficiently. We can heat a room using fewer kilowatts than our rivals, and our heaters are cheaper to buy than those of rivals claiming similar efficiency figures. We know this, because we started off as customers looking for something that didn’t exist anywhere in Spain at the time: An affordable; effective electric heater. Eventually we had a stroke of luck and discovered that Norway had the answer to our problems.. Easy to install and operate, as often the best things are, The Norwegian convector heaters we decided to buy quite honestly transformed our lives simply by making our houses warm in winter.

In a “Victor Kiam” moment we realised that if these heaters were the answer to our prayers, there would be other people out there who needed them too, so we decided to set up a business to import and sell them on the Costa Blanca. Their popularity spread, and so did we. At the start of last winter we were selling them from Denia down to Malaga through our network of agents (See our updated website for details). However, this was not enough, as we were getting enquiries from throughout Spain, so we contacted MRW couriers and started work on our website to make it customer friendly.

This winter, subject to our current stock levels, anyone in Spain can order their Neater Heater from our website on Monday and have it delivered free by Friday.

Neater Heater: Norway’s answer to heating your home (without hassle).

Visit the online shop with free home delivery at  WWW.NEATERHEATER.ES OR Tel. 634 312 171.

MIJAS COSTA:                  Malaga Relocations.                                      Tel 951 161 054
                                                                                                         Mob 664 050 868

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