Herschel's Outdoor heating solutions
In recent years the lines between indoor and outdoor living have become blurred; restaurants and homes alike have seen a huge shift towards indoor entertaining spaces that open up into outdoor spaces.
Until now heating these areas has been difficult, most heaters are unattractive and produce an uncomfortable glare. This has all changed and Herschel has specially developed a range of high quality, high performance and stylish heaters ideal for these situations.
For exposed outdoor areas we recommend warm glow heaters from our Sunset range: The California and Colorado.
For indoor and sheltered outdoor areas our zero light heaters: The Aspect XL and Summit are the perfect choice. All heaters are suitable for domestic and commercial use.
Ideal for wall mounting, the Aspect XL utilises lower temperature far infrared and is specially designed for zoned heating of covered or semi-covered areas with low air movement or wind.
Suitable for commercial uses such as cafes, restaurants and pubs and anywhere where a more permanent outdoor heat is required in covered or semi covered areas. Residential uses range from balconies, patio areas and conservatories.
Control of Summit, Colorado and California is provided by a remote control (supplied with heater).
|Aspect XL 1300 / 1950|
1300 & 1950 Watt wall-mounted heaters.
2600 Watt Ceiling or Wall-mounted.
2000 Watt Ceiling, Wall or Stand-alone.
|$379.00 ex. Tax||379|
2500 Watt Ceiling, Wall or Stand-alone.
“The environmental credentials of infrared made the decision easy, you heat people and objects, instead of the space”.
Andy Brown – Owner, Woodland Spa
“I needed a heating system that was easy to maintain and cheap to run for the 15’ x 10’ space. I did my homework and read about Herschel which produces amazing pieces of kit. The team delivered the panel; I cannot fault them in any way. It was so easy to put up and just switch on and go. It’s plug and go; just plugged into a power socket. The installation of it was basically two screws to put the mounts up and then it kind of sat on the mounts and you can have it at whatever angle you want”.
Wayne Mardle: Darts Player