The perfect housewarming gift this winter!
As we enter into the new year, I can sense both feelings of excitement and expectation of new beginnings, and, also, apprehension of the inevitable arrival of those cold, winter months. Now begins the frightful, albeit reasonably brief, period when toes remain forever numb, arguments ensue over who gets duvet privileges in the middle of the night, and who stole my fleece blanket. Yes, with winter comes a tension between friends, lovers and family members alike as survival trumps all social bonds.
With over 3000 hours of sunshine per year, most of us Maltese have to admit that our bodies were not made to acclimate to the demands put upon us in the wretched months of January and February, when homeostasis becomes nothing but an unattainable dream. So, what is a shivering Mediterranean to do when feeling underdressed wearing six layers of clothing and the humid air pierces the so-called insulated, triple-glazed, fully carpeted home you have spent time and money cocooning yourself with? Get a heater.
Our options have been weak so far – gas or electric, both of which do not combat the cold further than 2 feet away – but times have changed and technology has evolved! If you have not heard of this before, let this be the educational article you read today and allow me to introduce you to Healthy Heat’s infrared panel heater – the modern miracle that will turn any igloo into a warm and cozy home.
Infrared heating panels – The most efficient way to keep you warm
Let us talk effectiveness. Both gas and electric heaters aim to heat up the air around them, which will, in an ideal world, move around the room. In reality, the warm air turns frigid instantly, and the only warm area in the room is directly in front of the heater.
Healthy Heat is suggesting we abandon this failing method of heating and turn to the revolutionary technology of infrared heating panels. An infrared heater, which imitates nature using the power of infrared rays, warms up objects within its effective range, not the air itself. The result is that you, your sofa, floors and walls become warm and begin to slowly release heat into the room.
Making use of this simple idea means that infrared heating panels come with a long list of appealing advantages, not excluding low-cost efficiency. Due to the fact that it works by heating up the bodies, heat continues to be released into the room long after the infrared heater has been turned off. How is that for some energy-efficient, low-cost heating?
Apart from being an ergonomic alternative to heating, it does not take up any space and is as elegant and stylish as one can hope for! Here is a heating solution that fits into any modern home stealthily.
Another pleasant side-effect of the method of heating used by infrared heating panels is that warm walls translate into poor living conditions for mould. That’s right – no damp, no mould! This alone makes it an obvious buy for many Maltese people who are all too familiar with the pain of rain ingress.