Infrared heating is an energy efficient form of electric heating that heats buildings directly, rather than heating air, which is an unnecessary link in the chain to warming buildings. Once the thermal mass has been warmed, it requires very little energy to keep everything warm as the room itself starts acting as a radiator. Far infrared heaters typically only need to run for an average of five hours per day over the heating period compared to around eight hours for convection heaters.
The space-saving design of Herschel infrared panels adds form to function with styles to complement or blend in with interiors. What other heating solution fits neatly into a commercial ceiling grid or heats you from a decorative mirror?