Heating optimisation tips and tricks: guide to efficient temperature control with infrared panels

An energy-efficient heating system is an essential part of keeping your home comfortable, especially in the colder months. To improve temperature control, consider the use of infra-panels, which help to keep you warm while reducing energy consumption and costs. Here are some tips and tricks for effective temperature control with infrared panels.

1. Choose the right size and power: Infrared panels are available in different sizes and wattages. Choose the most suitable one depending on the size of the room and your needs. You can use our online calculator to work out how much power you'll need, but if you need help, feel free to contact us and we'll be happy to help!

2. Place them in the right way The efficiency and energy consumption of infrared panels depends largely on where they are placed. Avoid areas where they can be directly exposed to the sun's rays, and do not block radiators with furniture or other objects.

3. Use a thermostat: A key element of temperature control is the use of a thermostat to help set and maintain the desired temperature. Modern digital thermostats allow you to set the temperature automatically and optimise the heating.

4. Make a schedule: Scheduling helps to create an energy-efficient heating system, as it allows you to turn the heating on only when you really need it. For example, program the thermostat so that the temperature is higher in the morning and evening when you are at home and lower when you are away.

5. Maintenance: Periodically check that the infrared panels and thermostat are working properly and clean them of dust and dirt. In reality, that's all there is to it, as the infrared panel has no moving parts, so it doesn't require any major maintenance other than dusting.

Matching infrared panels and thermostats for energy efficiency

To control the temperature, it is essential to thermostats Use of. Thermostats allow you to set the heating according to your needs and the conditions of the room. Thanks to precise settings, we can avoid overheating or draughty environments, which are not only unpleasant but also a strain on our wallets.

The combination of infrared panels and thermostats can therefore be the key to effective temperature control. It is important that the thermostat is placed in harmony with other heating equipment in the room to ensure optimum performance.

Thermostats now also allow smart home level control, which makes it even more convenient to increase energy efficiency. In our webshop you can also find thermostats that can be operated and controlled via WIFI.

Optimizing temperature control and heating in your home is easy with the use of infrared panels. It's important to choose the right size and power, install them carefully, use a thermostat, make a schedule and maintain the equipment. By doing all of these things, we can ensure energy-efficient and comfortable home temperatures for ourselves and our loved ones.

You can find our products in our webshop, but even by e-mail you can also order. We can even help you with the installation, feel free to contact us contact us at!

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