How Infrared Heaters Saves Money

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Natural and Efficient

Infrared heaters allow you to use your heating energy wisely as they efficiently convert 100% of the electrical energy into infrared waves. With no wasted energy, Infrared heaters allow you to keep your room temperatures under control – saving energy, heat and money.

Clean & Quiet Heat

The slim light infrared panels are maintenance free. There are no fans to push dust, pollen, and allergens throughout your home.


Zone Heating – Intelligent Heating

Infrared gives you choices that a central heating system does not. Keeping your bedroom cooler and more comfortable for sleeping is easy with a heating unit. You’ll never have to watch your heating escape through an open window again.

Extremely Efficient Conversion

Infrared Heating Units are engineered to be completely energy efficient. They convert 100% of the electric energy used into heat. When you think Infrared you should think Zone Heating. An Infrared Heater delivers complete control of temperature and energy use. You heat the rooms you want, to the temperature you feel comfortable in. Family rooms are made cozy and warm, while bedroom temperatures remain cool for a restful sleep.

Infrared – An intelligent way to heat

Infrared Units outperform electric/oil or gas heating by up to 70%. Because infrared panels heat the entire room you won’t find a cold spot in a room with an Infrared unit. Air Conditioning systems leave you with cold spots. The temperature control is fixed with a single source thermostat. This means the areas farthest from this “hot spot” can often be much cooler and uncomfortable for the room occupants.

Additional Cost saving facts to consider:

  • No chimney/extraction costs
  • Minimal costs for renovation/installation
  • Long product life
  • Low purchasing price
  • No maintenance necessary – no incidental expenses
  • Room temperature lowered by about 2º C
  • Reduced heat loss through the room exterior, due to the smaller difference in air temperature
  • Reduced energy loss through air exchange (ventilating, cracks, etc.)