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Businesses have to be more aware of their energy costs, with fuel prices increasing companies need to be able to budget for the future, electricity prices have risen over the past ten years but not as dramatically as oil or gas, and so would seem a safer choice for heating solutions. Businesses also have an obligation to reduce their carbon footprint with grants available to some for installing new energy efficiency measures.

  • Suspended ceilings
  • Home office
  • Rented office space
  • Old buildings and listed properties


Black glass heating panelElectric heating provided by our infrared panels is a simple and low cost solution. Installation generates little dispruption to the workplace. Infrared heating panels are successfully being used in a variety of workplace environments. We have provided heating panels into large NHS offices and small office buildings, public buildings and home offices, new builds and old conversions.


  • Hospitals
  • Spa and therapy rooms
  • Shops
  • Schools – temporary class rooms
  • Holiday homes
  • Hotels
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mirror finish heating panelWe expect any large work place solution to require a detailed and in-depth study to ensure that you have the right sized panels for your requirements, if you need to talk to one of our specialist designers, please use the contact form or call us on

Suspended ceilings.                                                  Go to the shop for 350w heater

Small heating panels fit into the modular or suspended ceiling of offices, and by only fitting heaters above workstations warmth can be targeted, panels are white and blend well into the ceiling without spoiling the clean lines of a smart office space.

If you have a large workplace area to heat please contact us to discuss your requirements. We generally work on 50 watts per square metre of well insulated and modern construction building.

Standard white heating panelHome office.                                                                Go to the shop for a 600w heater

With the use of the internet, working from home is becoming more commonplace, whether that is to reduce commuting time and inconvenience or self employment and a better work life balance, more and more people are working from home. In a modern home with a good heating system you may wonder if there is need for additional heating, but when sitting at a desk all day the body is not generating energy to make its own warmth, it is easy to feel chilly, a spring morning can be cold or an autumn day may feel damp, an infrared heating panel on the wall above the desk will provide almost instant warmth without creating the dusty and drowsy environment caused by small fan heaters. An infrared heating panel is cheap to run with a low energy consumption, it can be fitted to the wall and the cable cut short to the nearest plug socket, safe from being a trip hazard and appears smart and stylish.

Rented office space.                                              

Panels fitted into modular ceilings are easily removed at the end of the tenancy and can be utilised again in other buildings, reducing the amount of money written off to the rental project.

Old buildings and listed properties.                         Go to the shop for a 850w heater

plug in type infrared heating panel. Efficient heater when the central heating is off.Old and listed properties have many constraints preventing damage or alteration to the original building, our heating panels can be easily fitted to walls or ceilings and only require connection to electricity.

Infrared heating can help prevent damp and mould growth in old properties as the infrared rays will warm the walls just as the sun does in the summer. Warm walls will help dry out damp problems, however you may need to have the heating on for longer periods at a lower temperature, savings will ultimately be generated in reduced maintenance costs to the building. With traditional hot air heating, when the hot air touches the cold wall condensation is formed, this encourages mould growth. Infrared will warm the wall first, which in turn will warm the air, warm air on a warm wall will not cause condensation.