How much though do you give to your home’s heating? The chances are you have a boiler that works throughout the year to produce heat, which is then distributed by radiators throughout your property.
But how efficient is your system? In actual fact you could be wasting hundreds of pounds every year with an inefficient boiler. Instead, by upgrading your heating you can make significant changes to your home’s efficiency.
Infrared heaters are becoming more and more popular. Heat is released at a lower temperature and absorbed into the walls, floor and ceiling. It’s then projected evenly back into the room, efficiently heating your home.
It’s actually very easy to switch to infrared heaters and experts can have the new system up and running quickly and with no hassle on your part. Panels are often mounted on the wall and tracked into the wall to leave a clean and tidy finish.
There are plenty of benefits for using infrared heaters, including:
- Sophisticated and sleek modern appeal
- Give you more floor space
- Little to no maintenance required
- Work silently
- Don't emit any CO2 emissions
- Provide instant heat for your home
- Can be mounted on the wall or ceiling
- Last for up to 30 years and more.
There are also health benefits to having infrared heaters. Heat released is similar to sun rays and helps to stimulate your metabolism and immune system. As the system doesn’t use convection to circulate heat, disease, mold and dust cannot spread. And don’t worry because infrared heaters are low electrosmog devices and as such, there is no harmful radiation.
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Infrared heaters activity in August 2020
Infrared heaters Projects in the UK in August 2020
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Energy Performance of Houses
The below data indicates the energy performance of homes in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the very least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating comes into play heavily when trying to sell your household, as potential buyers will see just how much they're probably going to be paying for their heating expenses. Home upgrades such as insulation help to drastically boost a home's EPC rating.