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06 Mar 2009 04:03:08

Heating Infrared UK LTD



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How to avoid mould problems with Infrared heating..
These problems are mostly homemade and usually a result from improper heating and ventilation as well as well-intentioned isolation. Many residents do not even know they have mould infestation because it is usual hidden in corners or behind furniture. With normal gas central heating you will have pockets of cold air causing different levels of temperature along with condensation, with walls cool and sometimes damp. Infrared heating behaves quite differently warming the room mass, walls, floor, ceiling and furniture plus heating the room, ensuring uniform temperature giving you warm and dry walls. The humidity will remain in the air and as the temperature drops the walls remain warm stopping mould growth.
Infrared heat means less mould, less dust, less rheumatism, less pain fewer respiratory problems, lower costs and better indoors. In our opinion there is no better and healthier heating than Infrared heating…… or email.. infraredheating@live.co.uk


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