8 Reasons to Apply Indoor Radiant Heating – winter is here!

radiant heating panels

Yes, why should we apply indoor radiant heating now, in the winter time? Because it’s the best kind of heating for any time of the year; you get healthy heat, ideal for people with allergies and has proven to reduce heating expenses with an average of 12%!

For those of you new to the concept of radiant heating panels, it’s a technology that can heat up both outdoor and indoor spaces. How does it work? Just like the sun heats up elements from your environment that then radiate heat. The single difference is that you do it intentionately through radiant heating panels designed and placed to optimally warm up your home.

home in the snow



  1. Unlike other heating systems with radiant heating systems you get a much less circulation of air inside the rooms and that means less circulation of airborne particles so it’s great for people with allergies.
  2. Even though the air temperature will be lower than when you used a radiator, the perceived temperature will be the same.
  3. Eventually heat migrates from objects to the air and the room temperature stabilises.
  4. You get heat in 3 to 5 minutes because with infrared heating panels you can switch heat on just as if you would the lights in a room.
  5. Not only do you save energy but you can also turn on the heat only in necessary areas of your home and office.
  6. The design of the  infrared/ radiant heating panels blends in perfectly with any house décor.
  7. Lower installation costs, lower energy consumption costs, lower maintenance costs than in the case of other heating systems.
  8. It provides healthier humidity levels.

radiant wall floor panels


Radiant heating systems can be divided into 3 types according to the panels used:

  • Radiant underfloor heating;
  • Radiant wall hearting;
  • Radiant ceiling heating.

Underfloor and wall infrared heating panels are usually used for housing and office heating. The maximum temperature these types of surfaces can reach varies between 29 and 35 °C (84–95 °F) depending on the room size.

Infrared radiant ceiling panels are mostly applied in the case of large spaces such as warehouses, sports centres, and industrial spaces. These are hung by cables a few metres above the floor and the temperature of the surfaces in this case is a little higher than in the case of wall and floor heating.

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