Where can I see infrared heaters working? ….
Golds Hair and Beauty Salon, Gammon Walk, Barnstaple. Golds have a number of our heaters, a white panel is in the suspended ceiling above the nail bar, a black bar shaped high output heater above the reception desk and front door, and a mirror heater in one of the treatment rooms.
CEF. City Electrical Factors, Bideford. Our heating panel replaces one of the ceiling tiles in the suspended ceiling to provide warmth above the trade counter.
The Space, Ilfracombe. This large community hall adjoining Emmanuel Church, is often used by The Performing Arts Group as well as regular craft markets and village events. Our industrial heaters are fitted up on the high ceiling to make the cold hall comfortable and welcoming.
Philip J Milton & Company Plc, Choweree House, Barnstaple. This Grade II listed building has been sensitively refurbished using electric heating, our black glass and mirror infrared panels are in the main client rooms, including the reception area at the bottom of the great staircase. The thermostat is set to 19 degrees and all the staff are very comfortable.
Portmore Golf Park, Landkey Road, Barnstaple. Large heating panels are fitted on the ceiling in the entrance, bar and restaurant areas, and small panels decoratively fitted to the delightful function room. Why not take a drive out for a coffee and slice of cake, you will always receive a warm welcome and there’s plenty of free parking too.
Also in, Tarka Pottery, Parkham Village Hall, Petrockstowe Chapel, West Buckland Village Hall, Ashtanga Yoga studio Exeter. The Salty Monk Hotel, Sidmouth.
“We have used this new Multiheat system in our log cabin. It instantly heats up the whole place. It’s easy to fit & as you can see is very discreet. We would definitely recommend you.”
“I am just emailing to say how very happy I am with my two infrared panel heaters I bought from you. They are clean and efficient, silent and space saving too. I am now considering one for my lounge….”
“The panel looks so cool and saves space. Everyone comments on it and I’ve lost count of the times I’ve mentioned your firm to my guests. Well done!”
“We were so pleased with your service. We have talked them up with everyone who comes in, looks around and asks where the heating is!”
“I can highly recommend the use of these heaters, we have them on the ceiling in our bathroom (600W) and toilet (350W), they provide a gentle heat and we have not had to use any other type of heating within the rooms. Both heaters are thermostatically controlled.”
“I absolutely love my panel. It’s near my desk so is brilliant for those cold early mornings. It feels like I’m abroad and gets me to a perfect temperature quickly without making the room uncomfortable with hot air.
Two Bedroom Modern Terraced House.
A modern twenty year old terraced house in a North Devon village required the out dated storage heaters to be removed and another electric heating solution installed. The priority was to create space and a clean modern décor, whilst also finding an energy efficient solution to keep the running costs of the house low.
Storage heaters were removed and infrared heating panels fitted onto the ceiling in each room, the cables were hidden up in the ceiling space so no wiring is visible. The heating is controlled by thermostatic programmers, upstairs and downstairs are run separately to be more energy efficient.
In total the customer has spent around £2000 to remove the old heaters and install a new fully controllable central heating system. This price will vary on property and amount of electrical work required.
One Heater for a Living Kitchen
A retired couple needed some form of heating in their living kitchen for all day warmth, similar to having an aga or rayburn on all day, they required just a gentle warmth whilst at home all day. The heater was easy to fit above the kitchen table and left on all day, infrared warmth is very comfortable and a natural form of warmth acceptable to the human body also helping to promote good blood circulation.