Broad range of models for ease of use
One of the major benefits of infrared heaters is that they are extremely flexible, thanks to the wide variety of models. For example, infrared heaters come in different shapes, sizes and output stages. Their design, especially the surface, optimally combines functionality and aesthetics. While infrared ceiling heaters are mainly used in living spaces where radiators on walls tend to be a nuisance, infrared heaters for the bathroom are mainly radiators with a highly polished surface. Known as mirror heaters, these look like conventional mirrors at first glance, yet they heat the room like an electric area heating system. If the towel holder is used (accessories), a towel can also be conveniently placed. The numerous sizes and output stages also allow targeted heat emission. Several small infrared heaters ensure ideal heat distribution in the room.
Cost effective purchase
It is not just their relatively low purchase price that makes infrared heaters so attractive for builders and modernisers. Simple and quick installation as well as practically maintenance-free technology are also arguments in favour of heating with infrared. If an infrared heater is controlled via a thermostat, this guarantees comfortable heat output and economical operation. You can find further benefits as well as tips for cost effective operation in our Guide to electric heaters.