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CAN INFRARED HEATING KEEP YOUR HOME WARM & SNUG?

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CAN INFRARED HEATING KEEP YOUR HOME WARM & SNUG?
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HOW DOES INFRARED HEATING EXACTLY WORK? 

Infrared is part of the electromagnetic spectrum and it is invisible to the human eye. Infrared heaters use radiant heat and work by converting 98% of their electricity usage into heat. The heat produced by the heaters uses IR rays to bounce off the walls, objects, and people inside a room. This allows individuals inside a room or area to be directly warmed up, meaning that very little energy is being wasted. Whereas, traditional gas heaters warm the surrounding air inside a room, in which the heated air eventually rises and escapes. This results in you having to keep the heating on for long periods as the cycle repeats itself and a lot of energy is wasted. Infrared heaters can provide focused heating thus, no energy will be used to heat areas that don’t need to be heated. Only areas where individuals are present will be heated. Research suggests you could save up to 60% on your energy bills by moving away from conventional heating systems and switching to infrared heating systems.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF INFRARED HEATING FOR YOUR HOME?

FAR INFRARED

It delivers gentle heat that is effortlessly absorbed by our skin. Far infrared is perfect for indoor use where it can give a subtle heat that warms individuals on a deeper level. Us humans absorb far-infrared radiation remarkably well as our human bodies are made up of 80% of water which makes infrared waves act efficiently on this. Far infrared can be found in our Infrared Heating Panels, Glass Panels, and Heating Bars.

NEAR-INFRARED

This is also known as shortwave infrared. Near-infrared produces a more powerful level of heat. This is ideal for outdoor use. This type of infrared heat is frequently accompanied by intense light. Near-infrared can be found in our Outdoor Patio Heaters. 

INFRARED HEATERS FOR DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE HOME

LIVING ROOM & BEDROOM

Our Kiasa Infrared Panel uses gentle and subtle far-infrared heat to deliver a cosy warmth. This is perfect for when you are wanting to unwind and relax after a long day at work in front of the TV in your living room or your bedroom. At Kiasa we offer our customers WiFi-controlled infrared panels, so you can have full control of the heating just from the touch of your phone. With this, you can have instant access to your heating system from anywhere. You can create weekly logs by selecting which days and what time you would like the heater to run, and selecting a target temperature for each room. 

BATHROOM AND KITCHEN

Our Kiasa Mirror and Glass Panels are ideal for your bathroom and kitchen. They have a modern slim and sleek design that easily fits with all interiors. These panels are designed to have their reflective surfaces remain clear when in use. So when you are cooking or taking a hot shower, the panels will not get steamed up from the surrounding condensation. You’ll never have to worry about cleaning steamy mirrors ever again! This panel can also prevent mould and dampness inside your homes, offices, restaurants, etc. It also stops dust circulation, perfect for individuals with dust allergies.

GARDEN, PATIO & GAZEBO 

Infrared heating can be a great way to stay warm outside as well! At Kiasa we offer a wide range of Outdoor Patio Heaters that use powerful near-infrared heat to provide instant heat. We also provide WiFi-controlled Patio heaters, so you can control your garden heaters from your smartphone!

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