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12 years ago
try storage heaters but check the wiring capacity (use a professional electrician!) or you can get plug in heaters from places like B&Q - they are expensive to run but NO WAY should you consider gas bottles - lethal!! You can also install an instantaneous water heater over the bath or kitchen sink.

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