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How to quickly heat a room

Over the last year, gas and electricity prices have soared across Europe. The uncontrolled rise in prices has had a major impact on Europeans’ finances. As a result, many are looking for cheaper alternatives that provide basic services in the home, such as heating.

Many countries have already welcomed the colder seasons. This is a concern for many people who will be affected by low temperatures, especially in colder areas. That is why, in this post, we wanted to talk to you about how to quickly heat the different rooms in your home. Follow these tips and you will give comfort to the room with very economical solutions.

Prepare your home for winter

The first piece of advice we have to give you is this: prepare your home for winter. Before the cold weather arrives, check that your windows and doors close properly and that your walls are free of damp. We also recommend that you check the state of your blinds and curtains, as well as the correct functioning of your heating and radiators. If you do all this in the months leading up to winter and you see that there are any cracks or fissures, you will be able to fix them in plenty of time.

Dress your house for winter

All the elements that form part of your house influence the comfort of your home, as well as giving it style. That’s why it’s important to make some changes to your furniture and decoration when the cold weather arrives.

Colours are fundamental because they influence the thermal sensation of each room in your home. In winter, dark colours will give you a warmer feeling, so we recommend that you change your curtains, sheets and blankets for colours that are not light. In addition, we advise you to use cushion covers for the sofa or bed in fabrics that provide more warmth, such as velvet, and to change your summer sheets for warmer ones. This way, you can enjoy greater comfort on colder days without having to spend on heating.

Other important elements to add warmth to your home are the objects that occupy the walls of the room, such as books or paintings, and those that cover the floor, such as carpets. By incorporating these complements, you will achieve greater comfort.

Close the room you want to heat

Many people leave their windows and doors open to ventilate or out of habit. This causes the cold to spread to every corner of the house. So we recommend that you keep all doors and windows closed if you want to keep warm. Especially if you’re going to put the heating on, this will ensure that the heat doesn’t escape from there.

You will probably want to ventilate at some point during the day, but we recommend that you do so at the hottest time of the day and only for a few minutes or, failing that, when you are not going to be at home.

Choose an efficient heating system

If you choose a heating system that is suitable for the needs of your home, you will not only be able to heat your home quickly, but also efficiently. This will enable you to save energy, reduce heating costs and reduce CO₂ emissions into the environment.

There are several efficient heating systems on the market. At Ecoforest, we have a wide variety of systems that will provide you with the warmth you deserve. 

For heating small rooms or single rooms, you can use pellet stoves or wood burning stoves. These heating systems can heat a single room or the entire home, depending on the model you choose. They are economical, low-polluting systems that use fossil fuels with a high calorific value.

On the other hand, there are ground-source heat pumps and air-source heat pumps, which use two natural energy sources, the earth’s interior and the ambient air. They are heating systems that are easy to maintain, high performance and energy efficient like no other system. If you want powerful and demanding heating, heat pumps are right for you.

If you want to know which of these heating systems best suits your home needs, we encourage you to contact us to find out about all the advantages of our heating systems.

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