Go Carbon Neutral at Home with Energy-Efficient Infratech Heat

Interested in taking steps toward lowering your energy consumption and achieving a zero-carbon footprint? You’re not alone. In 2016, the U.S. solar market grew in leaps and bounds, as people increasingly reduced their reliance on the grid with clean energy solutions at home.

The good news is going carbon neutral doesn’t have to mean sacrificing activities you love. Our heaters are an eco-friendly, sustainable alternative to traditional gas heaters, so your family can look forward to spending lots of time together outdoors, no matter the season. Unlike competitive short-wave or halogen electric heaters that produce a very harsh glare or bright-colored light, Infratech heaters create an odorless, ambient glow that transfers directly to objects and will not blow away in windy or drafty conditions – providing efficient comfort for family and friends.

These are just some of the reasons why Infratech is the perfect amenity for a carbon-neutral or LEED-compliant home:

-Energy-efficient Infratech fixtures convert over 90% of input energy directly into radiant heat, and operate with minimal draw to banked energy and zero carbon emissions.

-They provide eco-friendly, customized climate control with zero greenhouse gases or ultraviolet light.

-Infratech heaters are compatible with renewable, clean energy solutions like solar panels and can be used with a power-banking system like the Tesla. Powerwall battery, so you can operate your heating system day or night or during power grid outages.

-They are cost-effective over the long term, with straightforward installation and virtually zero maintenance.

Our heaters are available in a range of color options and blend seamlessly into any decor scheme. The components and packaging we use are all recyclable, too, so you can feel good about your commitment to reducing your carbon footprint. For more info about how infrared energy works and why it’s gaining popularity as an energy-efficient source of comfort heat, watch our About Infrared Heat video.