Drugasar Gas Wall Heaters

Stardelta Forumite Posts: 16 Forumite
Any one have any experience of these wall heaters in a domestic installation. Or gas wall heaters replacing storage heaters. Running cost warmth etc. I have had a quote for gas central heating based on a good boiler around £4500 which does not make economical sense to me.


  • mute_posting
    mute_posting Forumite Posts: 810
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    Presumably by the time you have bought the heaters and then paid for corgi installation to multiple points the bill will be getting on a bit too?

    Gas is usually the cheapest way to heat as you're generally paying about 3p / Kwh
    :confused: I have a poll / discussion on Economy 7 / 10 off-peak usage (as a % or total) and ways to improve it but I'm not allowed to link to it so have a look on the gas/elec forum if you would like to vote or discuss.:cool:
  • far
    far Forumite Posts: 340
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    Can't comment on these but have had a Baxi Brazillia 8S wall heater in my bedroom since February 1994 and it's been reasonably reliable and does heat the (admittedly small) room very well. The most common thing to go wrong on mine is the piezo igniter which is a £12 part and reasonably easy to replace if you know what you're doing.
  • Ken68
    Ken68 Forumite Posts: 6,825
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    Hi Star..when doing servicing ,plumbers charge so much for the main boiler and extra for other appliances like gas fires etc.So annual checks might get expensive.
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