Fan VS Infrared Heaters

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There are many ways to heat your home or an open space. Fan heaters and infrared heaters are both great for heating a space such as a room or a patio. Many infrared and fan heaters aren't suitable for heating a whole house. There are some major differences between each type of heater…
FAN HEATERS: Pros: 1.Fan heaters work instantly, so if you’re desperate to thaw those fingers and toes right now, this is a good alternative. 2.They’re very energy efficient, and hence rather inexpensive if used for a short amount of time (one hour or so). 3.The units themselves are generally quite affordable. 4.They generate a precise heat that can be directed straight onto you. Cons: 1.The fan can be quite noisy and distracting. 2.There is a small risk of a fire starting if the heater comes into contact with fabric and furniture. INFRARED HEATERS: Pros: 1.Infrared heaters warm up objects directly via electromagnetic waves and hence waste no energy trying to heat large volumes of cold air. They’re therefore the most efficient type of heater, and thus the most cost-effective to run. 2.This heater category works instantly and emits heat rapidly, so if you come in from outside ice-cold, this option is great for helping you defrost quickly. 3.Certain makes give off very little visible light, so save even more energy and cash. 4.Infrared units give off a very healthy, eco-friendly heat – they don’t release any gasses and don’t burn up anything to produce warmth, so the air in the room retains a good amount of oxygen and moisture. Cons: 1.Because infrared heaters warm up objects and not air, they won’t actually raise the temperature of the room. You, therefore, have to be very close to the unit to feel the effects. 2.They can be dangerous as the elements inside do get very hot. 3.Once turned off, this type of unit will lose heat instantly and you’ll be back to cold in no time. THE VERDICT: Infrared heaters are the most cost-effective option if you’re just looking to warm up your icy body. To heat up spaces at home though, it’s recommended that you use a fan heater if you want to rapidly increase the level of warmth in an average-size room (3 x 3 x 2.5m) over a short timeframe of about one hour. For your own Winter – Heater, contact us TODAY @ 057 355 1421…
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