Infrared heaters use less power to heat a room than central heating systems because heat does not escape through draughts and the circulation of air.
You can set your thermostat 2-3 °C lower with infrared heaters because they warm objects directly and re-radiate heat, giving your room a higher mean radiant temperature than with central heating.
As fossil fuels become more scarce, gas and oil will become more expensive.
Infrared heaters can be run on electricity from renewable energy sources – you could even use power generated from solar panels.
As infrared heats objects directly without needing to heat the whole room, you can calculate which heaters you need using the surface area rather than the size of the room – so you may be able to heat your room with fewer heaters than you’d need with a central heating system.
Infrared heaters keep your walls dry – preventing damp, mould, rot and peeling paint, saving you money on house repairs.
Infrared heaters do not incur system losses – unlike central heating systems which lose heat through pipework in the wall.
Far Infrared heaters require minimal maintenance. With no moving parts, no liquid elements and no internal combustion they do not need to be serviced, do not leak and are entirely hassle-free. They’ll save you hundreds of pounds on servicing and maintenance costs.
Far Infrared panels are compatible with thermostat, push-button and motion detector heating control devices – which will ensure you’re only paying for heating where you need it.