11:27 AM, 25th October 2022, About A year ago 9
Hi everyone, We have one large property divided into 5 flats. Currently, we have one gas and one electric meter supplying all flats. All flats are let out on an all-inclusive tenancy agreement. We are planning to change the utility supply for all flats, so they are independent.
It will be very costly and complicated to install 5 independent gas heating systems. The best way to make all flats self-sufficient is to have everything electric.
Exploring electric heating we discovered there are many options to consider based on the size of the rooms, BTU, Watts, type, and size of radiators, running, purchasing, maintenance, and installation costs.
My questions are:
Should Landlords Consider Electric Heating Options?
What is the best system, and most cost-effective to install?
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