Home Heating

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Infrared Heating

Infrared heating is a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to warm your home. Infrared heating panels silently heat the objects in your house instead of the air.

Infrared panels heat the surface instead of heating the entire area. Conventional heaters work by heating the air around them, an infrared heater heats the objects. Even when the infrared heating panels are not on, the objects in the room, such as the furniture, walls and floor, retain the heat and slowly release it into the room.

Benefits of Infrared Heating Panels:

  • Lower energy bills
  • Low installation cost
  • Quick installation process
  • Reduced carbon (CO2) emissions

Infrared Heating Panels Installation

Infrared heating services have an easy installation and a lack of maintenance care. Infrared heating panels are usually wall mounted but can also be installed around mirrors or pictures. The various options make for custom installation in any room in the home.

Installation process

Frequently Asked Questions

Infrared heat, also known as radiant heat, releases heat from objects to warm the area. Normally, we heat our environments by heating the air. With infrared heaters heat the surface of the objects, allowing them to slowly release heat over time. It’s similar to how our bodies will release heat into a cold room.

Yes! Infrared heat uses less energy than other heating methods, reducing your carbon emissions.

Since infrared heaters work by heating the objects in the room, it can initially take longer to heat but then it is easier to keep the desire ambient temperature. When first installed, it is recommended to run the heater continually until the desired temperature is reached, then use the heater periodically to keep the room at that temperature.

Work Work recommends mounting the panels higher on the wall so they can reach the objects in the room. Ideally, the panels should not be placed opposite a window or door for then the heat can escape through those areas and will not be absorbed.

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