By Daniel Coughlin, Jan 21, 2013
Looking to heat your home for less? Shop these energy-efficient must-haves and get your place extra warm – without increasing your bills.
Go traditional and tackle those chilly under-door draughts with a good old fashioned knitted draught excluder. We like this cute cat.
Get the Smudge The Cat Draught Excluder now for £9.76
You'd be surprised how much precious energy can be lost through a gaping letterbox. Fit this dense brush draught excluder to cut down on wastage.
Get the Stormguard Letterbox Draught Excluder now for £11.99
Keep the heat in and the draughts at bay with this thermal door curtain. It also makes for a stylish addition to any room.
Get the Canterbury Thermal Door Curtain now for £17.99
Need a little extra warmth in the cooler areas of your home? This economical skirting heater is ideal for extra-draughty bedrooms and bathrooms.
Get the Glen Skirting Heater now for £29.99
It's really worth investing in a thermostat if your heating system lacks temperature control. This budget model is programmable and works with all types of central heating.
Get the Gio-Warm RT500 Thermostat now for £34.69
Cheap to run and easy on the eye, pep up your central heating on those extra icy days and nights with this unobtrusive ceramic panel heater.
Get the Eco Ceramic Wall Heater now for £49.99
Can't bear sleeping in a chilly bedroom? Invest in an electric blanket and save on overnight heating costs.
Get the Dreamland Intelliheat Electric Underblanket now for £59.99
Maximise the power of your radiators with this set of reflecting panels. They radiate heat from the back of each radiator into the room, decreasing your energy usage and slashing those bills.
Get the Pack of Three Radflek Radiator Reflectors now for £15.99
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