There are many different ways to keep warm - and many practical differences between different types of heater. The type of fuel you use, for example, will have a big impact on how much pollution is created, and what your heating will cost to operate. How big an area you're heating will be a factor too - in some cases it makes more sense to install central heating than to fill your home with localised space heaters.
Read our articles below to get a better idea of how different fuels and different types and styles of heaters compare with each other.
Not all heating fuels are created equal. Find out what the practical differences are between the various fuels you can use to heat your home.
Central heating systems are often the most economical way to heat various different parts of your house at once, especially in areas that require heating for most of the year.
There are a great many different types of heater, all with different merits and shortcomings, and suitable scenarios in which they are the best possible choice.