Infrared panel or heat pump - which one should I choose?

Infrared panel or heat pump - which one should I choose?

Over the last few years, heat pumps have exploded into the public consciousness, with the message that they offer an efficient heating solution, with a less cumbersome installation process than conventional heating systems. We now look at whether you should invest in an infrared panel or a heat pump.

Heat pumps offer many advantages over conventional heating systems. They are certainly more environmentally friendly and cheaper to run than gas heating. But can they also compete with the infra-panel?


Retrofitting a heat pump is quite a hassle, and because it requires special expertise, it is very difficult to find people to do it. This means that, in addition to the purchase of the unit, there are also high installation costs. The website installation of infrapanel is much simpler. In fact, no special skills are needed, just a few screws on the wall / plafonra can be fixed. There are plug-in versions, but if you want to connect it directly to the mains, any electrician can easily do it. They are powered by electricity and in both cases the energy recovery is very good compared to conventional heating systems. What tips the scales in favour of the infrared panel is that it heats the walls and objects in the room rather than the air. This gives a much better feeling of warmth even at lower temperatures, and also heats up the room in no time.

Heat pump
Outdoor heat pump unit


Heat pump systems require maintenance at least annually. If they are not maintained, they will not perform at their potential. But this is also an ongoing expense, because, like installation, you will need a specialist. As they have countless moving parts, over time these too will wear out, wear down and need replacement and repair. Infrared panels, on the other hand, do not require any maintenance. All you need to do is wipe it down with a soft cloth from time to time to dust the surface, but that's really all you need to do.


Heat pumps are not very nice, and they are also quite noisy. The infrared panels are completely silent. Their stylish appearance means they can fit into any interior. They can be mounted on the wall or on the ceiling and do not take up much space in the home, blending in with the surroundings.

The infrapanel hides invisibly in the interior
The infrapanel hides invisibly in the interior


Heat pump systems constantly circulate air, which stirs up dust in the home. This is not very good for your respiratory system and is not recommended for people with allergies. Infrared panels do not cause air currents when they are in operation, making them the perfect heating solution even for asthma sufferers. They can even help us to get rid of our long-standing struggle with against mould.

Infrared heaters are therefore an environmentally conscious, stylish and healthy solution for anyone considering a new heating system or heating upgrade. Plus, it's great for supplementary heating! If you are interested in how much infra panels cost, visit to our webshop, and if you have any further questions, browse the our blog or ask our staff for help contact us at.

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