Switching to infrared (IR) heating offers a number of advantages over traditional heating methods such as gas or oil filled radiators, making it an attractive option for homeowners and businesses alike. Infrared heaters provide efficient and targeted heating, resulting in significant energy savings while also reducing utility costs at the same time. With their fast heating capabilities and even warmth distribution, IR heaters ensure maximum comfort levels and their design flexibility allows for seamless integration into various spaces. To continue to read more benefits of IR heating, keep reading!

1. Instant Heat

Infrared Heaters produce heat INSTANTLY! ​A significant advantage is that from the moment when you plug the heater in, the device will start to produce heat right away warming you and your surroundings quickly. This means that there is a reduce in heat up times unlike convection heaters. This means that you can make the most of a warm and cosy environment in a matter of minutes.

2. Improved Air Quality

Unlike convection heating, infrared heating heats you and the surround objects up rather the air space in between, so as a result, there will be no dust circulation or dry air circulation in your home or workspace. This is extremly beneficial to anyone with respiratory issues or allergies. IR Heaters are also able to prevent damp and mould as radiation heat produced from the heaters penetrates through walls and heats the foundations of house. This warms the walls up and absorbs the heat preventing moisture from settling in.

3. Cost Effective

As mentioned before, because infrared heaters are able to keep spaces and people warm whilst having low energy usage, you can potentially save up to 60% on your bills. They are able to provide focused heating in certain areas, so no energy will be wasted in areas that don’t need to be heated & the heater won't need to be used for long periods of time. The added bonus is that there's no need for a boiler, pipe work or any other bulky and chunky heaters - therefore, no need to call anyone for installation, maintenance or breakdowns.

4. Zone Heating

Infrared panels offer the flexibility of zone heating. Instead of heating the entire house, you can focus on specific rooms or areas as needed. This targeted approach allows for more control over energy consumption and ensures that you only heat the spaces you occupy. Using thermostats and timers, you can have an complete full house heating system that has been adapted to your daily routine.

5. Eco Friendly

Worldwide, heating contributes to almost half of the energy consumption and approximately, 40% of carbon dioxide emissions. Infrared heaters are a great eco-friendly alternative to central heating radiators. Switching over from a boiler or convection heaters could mean a dramatic decrease in energy usage, which will mean that lower emissions will be produced. Good news for anyone who is anxious about climate change, and that's almost 49% of you! They can be combined with solar panels due to lower than usual wattage intake and IR heaters don't emit any carbon dioxide or other harmful gases that are damaging and causing harm to our wonderful planet. You can help save our planet now, by switching to our environmentally friendly infrared heaters.

6. Simple Installation

Depending on the size of your project, it wouldn't take your installer more than a day to fit in our infrared panels. Unlike conventional boilers, infrared panels do not require any pipework, making installation as straightforward as mounting the system onto either the wall or ceiling and connecting it to an electrical circuit. Moreover, since most of the heaters come supplied with a factory fitted 3 pin plug, you can install the panels or the heater bars yourself for a DIY or even a retrofit installation. They are non invasive and do not require planning permissions which is good news for any living in a listed building, since they are not allowed to alter the aesthetic of the property, so heat pumps or underfloor are a big no no for them. IR panels and bars can be adapted into printed artwork to blend in more easily and have a better chance to be approved.

7. Space Saving

Not only will it maximise your living space, it will also be more aesthetically pleasing as well. While this may not be the top priority, we would still want our homes to look good. Bulky boilers, massive heat pumps and chunky radiators usually means that a lot of wall space and room is taken up. Having our super slim panels installed high up on the wall (disguised as an image) or flush mounted on the ceiling would mean that you will be able to make the most of your home and work space - out of mind, out of sight! They can even double as a mirror panel with LED lights to meet you bathroom needs.

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