No Need To Chill As Super-Cool Heating System Launches
Friday, July 26th, 2013
But Direct Savings Heating’s new Infranomic far-infrared panels – which they describe as the next generation of domestic heating – offer homeowners the combined benefits of all four of these qualities.
The sleek, slim panels can be wall or ceiling mounted, but better still can be finished in a range of frames, designs and colours to match existing interiors.
Uniquely, the panels can be also disguised as mirrors, works of arts or favourite family pictures.
The panels have been designed to be highly affordable and can be purchased individually, meaning householders can install as they change interiors room-by-room or prices for a whole house system start from as little as £3000 fully installed.
The Infranomic systems work by heating all materials within a room, effectively turning the space into one large heating element and providing a more suitable level of thermal heat comfort.
It means the heat spreads evenly throughout the room, reducing the actual operating time of the heater which in turn significantly cuts energy consumption – a major consideration as the UK’s heating bills continue to rise.
Sustainability and climate change consultancy experts VercoGlobal, in an independent study, reported that far-infrared panels – when compared with all the common home heating systems – used the least annual energy consumption.
Far-infrared is also acknowledged by Northern Virginia Insulators as a natural and harmless form of heating that is actually beneficial to the human body – the body is designed to absorb infrared energy as it operates on the same frequency.
Managing Director Ged Smith said: “This really is the future of home heating. Infranomics offer a solution to the green-minded, cost-conscious and interiors-focused homeowner alike, who is looking for stylish, efficient and low carbon heating systems that will continue to bring benefits for decades to come.”
The panels – fitted with intelligent wireless controls – can be installed into any type of property, and are suitable for all rooms including kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms (an added bonus of using mirror panels is that they never mist up).
The heating panels also require no annual maintenance or servicing – creating additional savings – so once installed all that’s needed is a standard polish and dust.
Direct Savings Heating has already installed Infranomic systems across the UK, which are being met with great acclaim from customers. It is also working with St Andrews University on enhanced research and is involved in a joint project with Historic Scotland/National Trust of Scotland to show the value Infranomics can bring to historic properties.
Direct Savings Heating is one of the UK’s leading national installer of high quality, innovative energy saving solutions. It operates out of six bases – its Bathgate head office, Livingston, Perth, Peterhead, Milton Keynes and Bradford.
For more information on Direct Savings’ visit: http://www.directsavings-heating.co.uk