Infrared heating works by heating the walls, floors and furniture in a room and the human body, instead of heating the air, much the same as the sun heats us on a sunny day. This heat is then released into the environment. Even after the sun has gone down in the summer, you can feel the heat being released from the buildings around us.
In comparison with conventional heating, infrared heating minimises the difference between the floor and ceiling temperatures and is easily maintained. It is a great alternative method of heating your home. Unlike traditional methods of heating, infrared heating does not dry the air out, it prevents heat loss through ventilation and provides health benefits.Contact us