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Infrared Radiant Heating Panels

Each self-contained infrared radiant heating panel combines clean, comfortable heat with energy efficient heating zone control, without compromising architectural or interior design. Infrared radiant heating panels heat up in minutes, are easy to install, and are great even for the most difficult-to-heat spaces.

Infrared Radiant Heating PanelsWhether you want to use our heating panels for every room in your home, for specific task heating, or for large spaces that are hard to heat, we can meet your heating needs with infrared radiant heating panels. These panels bring on-demand, sun-like warmth and comfort to you and your surroundings, warming all surfaces, and creating a comfortable living or working space. The panels reach their operating temperature within five minutes and a thermostat allows you to control the temperature in each area.  Panels can be painted with water-based paint to match any d├ęcor.  These panels are also made in the USA. 

How does it work?  Like rays of sunshine!!!



Forced air, baseboard, and wall heating systems heat only the air. Because warm air rises in the presence of cooler air, the heat can be easily transported away by drafts or wind, and must be replaced frequently by more heated air in order to sustain warmth. This can result in wasted energy and higher heating bills.

Infrared radiant heating panels add sun-like warmth to indoor spaces by transferring heat to cooler objects, like floors and furniture, rather than heating the air. Using long wave far infrared (FIR) energy, these panels provide safe, clean, low-cost energy that’s friendly to people and to the environment.

We installed radiant heat panels when we constructed an Green Built & Insulated Residential Annex.










Radiant heat panels are a great addition to any bathroom remodel, kitchen remodel, or room addition.  

We also install new and replacement windows and new and replacement doors - viny windows, fiberglass windows, and wood windows, fiberglass doors, and wood doors.