Top up electric heating in a cold room

Sometimes we have some very cold weather and our central heating just can’t get the room warm enough! Top up electric heating in a cold room is often the answer, something you can just switch on and off as need be, but something that does not take up space, leave cables across the floor or need storing when not in use!

Our picture heaters are the answer.

Infrared ehating panel made in Britain

A picture which is also a heater! These panels are made and printed in the UK so the quality is excellent.

In either 320 or 640 watts depending on how much additional warmth you need. The running costs of the smaller heater are about 5 pence per hour which is very cheap to run,  we suggest you leave it on for a few hours at a time so that it creates a gentle background warmth.  Fan heaters or oil filled radiators are often 1500 watts so although the heat is instant they are very expensive to run for any length of time.

Choose your own image to have printed onto the heater. This must be of very good quality to blow up to a large size, photographers are often happy to sell a JPEG image rather than the printed version, so the picture could be  a family portrait or local scene.

Clive Bailey photo heaterTechnical details

320 watts available in 60cm x 60cm size or 30cm x 120cm size. As the only heater, this will warm a room of up to 6 square meters, a box room or study size for example. £325 including vat and delivery

640 watts available in 60cm x 120cm size. As the only heater, this will warm a room of up to 12 square meters, a small double bedroom or dining room for example. £395 including vat and deliveryInfrared heater panel

However as top up electric heating in a chilly but centrally heated room, the size heater you choose will very much depend on how cold or how big the room is!

These panel heaters are just 2.5cm deep from the wall to the front of the heater, they are very similar to a modern canvas style picture in depth. The cable should be pushed into the plaster work of the wall so it is hidden. Then the heater will sit nice and neat close to the wall. The heater can then be plugged in, fitted with a timer switch or wired to a thermostatic programmer what ever suits your needs.

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