Save Money and Stay Warm with Infrared Heaters

By: Chris Robertson

If you have given any thought to cutting home heating costs, you probably know that heating rooms or zones of your house is more efficient than heating the whole house. You can choose from many different types of zonal heaters.

Infrared heaters are very safe because they do not produce harmful carbon monoxide gas. Infrared heat is produced by light that we cannot see. We get warm from an infrared heater because our clothes and skin absorb the light. It's like feeling warm when you sit in the sun. Infrared heaters like the Edenpure save you money without compromising the comfort or safety of your family.

Some infrared heaters direct their light straight into a room to heat up the objects it reaches. Another type of infrared heater contains three heat-generating parts: infrared light bulbs, a heat exchanger, and a fan that blows air onto the exchanger to make the heat. Infrared heaters may be fueled by propane, natural gas, or electricity.

Some brands of infrared heaters don't remove oxygen or humidity from the air. Dry heat, like what you get with forced air heat or conventional heaters, dries up nasal passages and makes breathing hard, especially for people with allergies, asthma, or sinus infections. Dry heat can even cause fatigue and promote illness. With these heaters you get heat with oxygen-rich air that is breather friendly. Puratron and other types of infrared heaters even reduce bacteria and unwanted smells while providing heat. You get even, non-drying, and clean heat.

Portable infrared heaters can save you as much as 50 percent on your home heating bills; they pay for themselves in just a few weeks. They are much less expensive than propane or pellet stoves, cost nothing to install or maintain, and can keep you warm for pennies a day. You can turn your heating system down low and warm up the room you are using with your portable heater. You save on energy costs, service costs, and filter replacements because you use your heating system so much less.

You can move a portable infrared heater from one room to another as you change rooms. It takes just a few minutes to get a room warm and comfy. Portable heaters range from 300 square feet models to models that can heat up to 1000 square feet. For real luxury, set a programmable thermostat to start the heater just before you get home and your favorite chair will be warm and ready for you.

Portable infrared heaters are ideal for camps, garages, workshops, RVs, basements, and cold spots in your house. Even though they produce a lot of warmth, with cabinet enclosures they don't feel hot to the touch. That means they don't need any clearance space around them and you don't have to worry about your children or pets getting burned.

It's hard to find any disadvantages to an infrared heater. It saves money. It's safe. It's environmentally friendly. And it keeps you warm. What more could you ask from any product?

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Chris Robertson is an author of Majon International, one of the worlds MOST popular internet marketing companies. For tips/information, click here: Edenpure
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