Why Infrared Heating?

Browse this informative page to find out exactly why infrared heating is the perfect heating solution for homes, bars, restaurants, warehouses and any other project you have planned, or ongoing.


Infrared Heating Panels VS Air Source Heat Pumps

A breakdown of why infrared is the best solution to heat your project.

Heating Solution:

Infrared Heating Panels

Air Source Heat Pumps

Average Cost to install (4 bed home)



Running costs per annum (4 bed home)



Heat up time

Instant Heat

10 mins

Maintenance costs per annum



Noise levels

No Noise

40-60 decibels

Convection Heating Consumption VS Infrared Heating Consumption

Slide the three lines on the right hand side over to the left to find before and after images to see the differences in energy consumption between traditional convection heating and our innovative infrared panels.





The easiest way to introduce people to Infra-Heat Panels.

Infrared panels are heating systems that emit infrared radiation to warm up objects and people in a room. In addition to being more energy-efficient and cost-effective than traditional heating systems and air source heat pumps, infrared panels also have the added benefit of not creating a damp environment. Unlike convection heating, which can create condensation and lead to mould growth, Infra-Heat infrared panels do not introduce moisture into the air. This makes them a safe and practical solution for heating spaces, especially in areas where dampness can be a concern.


It's simple.

Infrared panels offer several benefits over traditional convection gas heating systems. Firstly, they are more energy-efficient, as they heat objects directly rather than warming the air in a room. This means that less heat is lost through drafts or ventilation, resulting in lower energy bills. Additionally, infrared panels are make no sound at all, require no maintenance, and do not produce any harmful emissions or odours. They also offer more flexibility in terms of installation and placement, as they can be mounted on walls or ceilings, saving you space in any project as they are designed best to be heating the room from above and do not require ductwork or a separate ventilation system. Overall, switching to infrared panels can lead to significant cost savings and improved indoor air quality.