Prepare for your winter in Spain with Neater Heater

By Euro Weekly News Thursday, 25 August 2016 11:59 0
NEATER HEATERS: Both efficient and economical to run. NEATER HEATERS: Both efficient and economical to run.

SUMMER may seem an odd time to think about next winter, but it makes good sense. Especially to expats who would like to use their Spanish holiday homes all year round. New owners who have just moved to Spain this year should consider their winter heating.

All fuel costs are rising steadily, whether you choose gas, oil, or electricity; it pays to make sure that whichever system you decide upon is efficient and economical. Remember: Efficient means it does the job, and economical means it cheap to run. Many systems are one OR the other, but Neater Heaters are both.

Neater Heaters are made in Norway, where they benefit from Scandinavian styling, and modern, state-of-the-art, design and materials. Whether wall-mounted or free-standing, these heaters provide a more cost-effective efficient heat output than any of their rivals.

The ADAX standard panel heater offers the customer a cheaper option to the stylish BEHA heater, without compromising on the running efficiency and reliability that we have come to associate with Norwegian systems.

Neater Heater can also offer the stylish Neo range for people with a more colourful outlook on life. Customers can choose to have the Neo heater in one of four colours: White; black; silver and red. 

“By offering the Adax range as well as the Beha range, we believe we have all bases covered when it comes to electric convector heating,” explains Tony. “Customers can now browse our website, or visit one of our distributors, and select a heater that totally suits their circumstances.”

Buying now, allows you the comfort of having plenty of time to investigate these heaters against all others. “We know the ones you will probably choose. We were so impressed we started a company.”

Heaters also available for purchase at our online shop with free home delivery WWW.NEATERHEATER.ES OR Tel. 634 312 171.

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