Infrared Panels and Heating Guides

Infrared panels are a type of heating system that are becoming increasingly popular
in homes and businesses. These panels work by emitting infrared radiation, which
warms up objects and people in the room rather than the air itself.

The biggest benefit of infrared panels is their environmental friendliness. Unlike
traditional heating systems that rely on fossil fuels, infrared panels use electricity to
generate heat, producing no emissions and are a great option for those looking to
reduce their carbon footprint.

Next is their cost effectiveness. While the initial cost of installation may be higher,
infrared panels can save you money in the long run by using less energy and
requiring less maintenance, with the wattage ranging from 270 – 800w for
small panels and 350 – 1100w for larger ones.

Learn more about infrared panels through our series of guides below:

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