Heating businesses by infrared in the hospitality & leisure sector, has long been a popular choice in Europe. This trend is continuing to increase internationally as businesses recognise & reap the benefits that this efficient, stylish form of radiant heating
Reasons to choose Herschel
SAP is a topical subject currently! The current method for calculating the energy performance of dwellings is based on SAP2012 & uses out of date information to assess the impact of electric heating on building design. The good news is
Our aim at Herschel is to keep enhancing our range with new technology & products to make it easier to stay warm, cosy & efficient. The new range of App-enabled iQ* allows you to create whichever heating schedule you wish from wherever
Having a keen interest in self build projects and sustainable architecture, we were thrilled when Charlie Luxton chose to install Herschel infrared panels for his latest eco self build project in the UK. Herschel Inspire White 1200W infrared panel shown
We are thrilled to introduce to you our brand new video on Far Infrared heating technology. How does Herschel Far Infrared heating work and why is it more energy efficient than convection heating? A video to demonstrate how radiant objects,
Professional Builder magazine outlines how easy it is to install our Herschel Select XL panel, seen here being mounted in an attic games room.
There is now a huge choice of alternative heating systems to gas on the market but it is very difficult for the consumer to compare the costs of the various solutions available to them. As well as key factors like ease
Herschel Far infrared panel and space heaters add a touch of style to any pub, restaurant or hotel interior and/or exterior. Whether warming diners in the restaurant, sippers in the bar, or guests enjoying a coffee on the terrace, Herschel
The Electrical Times, March 2016, outlines why consumers are switching to Herschel Far Infrared over other heating solutions.
See details on how effective our far infrared heaters have been in drying out a flood-hit home in Cumbria. Declared dry after 44 days. This compares to predictions of at least 16 weeks, using conventional dehumidifier methods, for similar houses in