are heavy-duty high-capacity heaters designed to control the climate of large spaces for long periods of time. These are overpowered for residential use, and are designed for sizeable commercial spaces. Consult with an expert to determine your heating needs.
are a more energy-efficient alternative to traditional heating technology. Rather than heating the air of a room or space, these heaters use the principles of radiant heat to heat bodies directly in much the same way sunlight heats your skin. Energy isn't wasted by simply heating the air around you. This means less energy -- and a lower air temperature -- is required to achieve the same perceived room temperature.
Snow Melt Cables and Snow Melt Mats
are outdoor heating solutions designed to be installed under asphalt
for the purposes of keeping them heated and clear of snow during inclement winter weather. Durable and rugged, these are built to be paved over and withstand the harshest elements.
are space heaters in which the heating element is covered in a think layer of mica. As a result, these heaters provide both convection heating and radiant heating.
This combination gives you faster heating time
and more energy-efficient performance than a traditional space heater.
are an underfloor heating solution designed to conceal your heating elements while providing you high performance. They can be installed in concrete or under mortars, and are great in odd-shaped places including stairwells.
are traditional convection heaters that usually use natural gas or propane as their source of fuel.
use fans to pass air over a heating element. They are high-efficiency units, but due to the nature of their operation use significantly more electricity than a comparable fuel-powered unit.
They tend to be smaller and less expensive, and are best suited for occasional rather than primary use.
are convection heaters built as flat panels for wall installation. Due to lower surface temperatures, they tend to operate with less electrical usage,
and their design encourages updraft naturally, sparing the use of a fan.
are electrically-powered heaters
within which free-flowing oil serves as a heat reservoir; the oil, heated by electricity, remains hot for long periods of time while it transfers heat through convection to the rest of the room. Best suited for small spaces such as bedrooms due to a lower heating capacity, oil heaters are a common and effective form of home heating.
Forced Air Heaters rely on
air as its primary transfer mechanism, distributed through ducts and vents throughouta builiding. Heat may be generated through electric, gas, or oil-based heating units, which is then distributed through heated air via ducts and blowers. These are common in buildings with central air, and can easil accomodate convenient programmable thermostates. However, they tend to be less energy efficient, and can be prone to uneven heating.