Hotel heating can be a fine balancing act between keeping running costs as low as possible whilst at the same time ensuring guest comfort is maintained. To keep heating bills to a minimum, infrared heating systems are a wonderful solution for hotel heating as they boast near 100% efficiency and can be fitted with thermostatic controls for even greater energy-saving potential. Infrared is an excellent alternative over conventional heating methods as it provides direct radiant warmth which isn’t lost through draughts or the opening and closing of doors – a common problem in busy hotel corridors and public spaces. The aesthetic of hotel rooms is also an important consideration and can be let down by older heating systems that are bulky and unattractive. Infrared heaters don’t have this issue and can, in fact, augment the appearance of the room. Many products can be wall or ceiling mounted within guest rooms and some heaters are as slim as a picture frame so every room space can be maximised to its fullest potential. Guests will never be aggravated by the whirring of noisy fans or by the movement of dust around the room – infrared heaters provide silent and gentle warmth that can be fitted with a wide range of controls depending on your needs. No matter whether you’re looking to refurbish a small B&B or update the heating system for a large hotel complex, we can create a free, no obligation quote for your project.
The festive cheer is long gone, the days are still shrouded in darkness, and we bet you’ve not spent much time outside since August. Just because we’re in the middle of January doesn’t mean you’re duty-bound to stay indoors. Despite the chill, sitting outside on the decking with a drink in hand is still a refreshing way to spend an evening. At Infrared Heaters Direct, we have a range of halogen heaters that combat the cold – enabling you to savour the crisp January evenings in comfort. To stave off cabin fever while we wait for spring, take a look at our best halogen heaters and get ready for the warmer weather.