Infrapanel bedroom

Infrapanel for your bedroom

Bedroom heating is often a challenge. On the one hand, we often encounter the problem that the space is too small, and simply installing radiators is a major logistical challenge. On the other hand, we may want the temperature in our bedroom to be different from the rest of the house. Let's see if it is worth considering an infra-panel solution for this room.

The energy crisis has overridden previous demands. Whereas it was common to sleep at a lower temperature than what we perceived as ideal during the day, the reverse can now happen. After all, when we go to work in the morning, it's completely unnecessary to keep the whole house or apartment at a high temperature, but when we get home in the evening we don't necessarily want to cool every room. In the bedroom, however, we could do with a little extra warmth, because long pyjamas or not, sleeping in a big coat is not so comfortable.

Many people don't know that, although they can be used as a complete heating system, they can also be used as supplementary heating in a room. The bedroom is a typical example. Let's see the advantages.

Air conditioning vs. infrapanel

Air conditioning is often used to heat a room, but there are several drawbacks. One is that we need silence at night, and the air conditioner does make a noise. It's not as annoying as, for example, a gas boiler, but the constant blasting noise may not be conducive to a restful night's sleep. In addition, the air conditioner also creates air currents, which can prevent you from feeling comfortable. There are no moving parts in the inrapanel, so it is completely silent. In addition, because it does not heat the air, it does not create air currents.

Space requirements of the infrapanel

The products we sell infopanels can be mounted both on the side wall and on the ceiling. For bedrooms, we always recommend the ceiling. Mounted above the bed, it ensures that you sleep in the warmest part of the room, but it also means that it doesn't actually take up any useful space.

Can be connected to a thermostat

The infrared panel can be used without a thermostat, but it is best to connect it to a thermostat. This ensures a constant temperature while you sleep, so you don't have to dry off or wake up feeling cold. If you know your ideal temperature, you can simply set it to that temperature, if not, you can experiment with it over a few nights.

Efficient operation

The infrared panel heats not the air, but the objects around it. It provides even heat distribution, so you don't end up with eggs on the ceiling and cold on the floor where you actually sleep. It is extremely energy efficient, using 98% of the energy consumed. By comparison, this is about 60% for conventional heating systems. Because it provides a comfortable feeling of warmth similar to solar radiation, it can make you feel more comfortable even at lower temperatures.

The installation of the infrapanel does not require a lot of fuss, so it can be installed in no time. It can be fixed to the wall with a few screws and connected directly to the circuit. If you're interested, take a look at the in our webshop, but our products via e-mail you can also order. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us contact us at. For more useful information, browse the our blog, and follow Our Facebook page!

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