It looks like a long winter, with the authorities using rolling lockdowns to try and control the Coronavirus pandemic. This means that most of us are going to be spending a lot of time at home.
Added to that we, once again, face the possibility of power cuts and rotten weather.
The good news is that you can beat the winter weather and disruptions to power supplies it brings by preparing for the worst in advance, our surviving the winter guide shows you how to do this.
If there is a power cut central heating won’t work, this is why a Calor gas heater is so important as it is a self-contained heating system which doesn’t need any electric or mains gas.
They are portable so even if your wood-burning stove is flooded out you still have a working heater.
This budget Fineway model comes complete with a hose and regulator.
NB: We recommend this as a backup heater only, if you want to use Calor Gas as your main heating then opt for one of our more robust models such as the Clarke MGH1