This quick suitability checker gives you a initial steer on whether a Warmstone is likely to be suitable for your property. We will always conduct a site survey before installation.
Detached properties are ideal for a Warmstone, as it is likely to be straight-forward to install the unit in a front or back garden. It can also be installed in a garage if you have one.
Semi-detached properties sometimes have enough space for us to take a Warmstone to the back garden if you would like to install it there. There would need to be a path next to the house at least 2 metres wide. Alternatively it can be installed in a front garden or garage.
Terraces often make it challenging to get a Warmstone into the back garden. We would therefore suggesting installing in a front garden or garage if you have one.
Flats are generally not a good fit for a Warmstone. It is a large, high-capacity heat battery that it usually better suited to larger properties.
Switching from mains gas to electric heating will cut your carbon, but at the moment it may also increase your bills. You may also believe, as we do, that the costs of fossil fuels will go up in future.
Good news: the Warmstone is a good replacement for LPG-fuelled boilers.
Good news: the Warmstone is a good replacement for oil-fuelled boilers.
Good news: the Warmstone is a good replacement for other electric heating systems.
Good news: the Warmstone is designed to operate with an existing hot water cylinder.
The Warmstone is designed to operate with a hot water cylinder, so one would need to be installed. We may in future produce a model that can work without a hot water cylinder, much like a combi boiler.
It will be important to understand if you have an existing hot water cylinder, as if not one would need to be installed alongside a Warmstone.
Good news: The Warmstone is likely to be a good fit for your heating and hot water needs.
On a cold day the Warmstone may not store enough heat to meet all your needs. This can lead to it recharging during the day, when electricity can be more expensive. We could consider installing multiple Warmstones, or retaining your existing boiler as a backup for use when it is coldest.
No problem, we can discuss how to find or estimate your energy consumption.
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