The Heating Solution for Conservatories
How to heat a conservatory is a common question but the best way to heat one will depend on how often you intend to use it during the colder months.
Where heating is only required for occasional use we recommend our zero light Summit or our zero light Aspect XL heaters. These heaters provide a fast warm up time and will directly heat people and the floors and furniture in conservatory itself. This is very cost effective as you will only be heating the conservatory when in use. Summit is available with a remote control, timer and variable power settings or without remote. Aspect XL is a more compact heater designed for wall mounting only.
If your conservatory is in constant use and has good energy efficient glazing and building specifications, our slimline Inspire panel is ideal. Specially designed for conservatory heating, the Inspire range has two heaters that fit on a dwarf wall or pillar (the 820W and 1250W white infrared panels). They are unobtrusive and will provide a permanent heating solution which will heat the furniture and floor or the conservatory without wasting energy heating the volume of air. Other benefits include a reduction in condensation and mould.
All of our heaters are easy to install and maintenance free. The California and Colorado come with remote controls and variable power settings. If choosing Inspire simply add our R1/T1 control pack allowing you complete control over temperatures and heating schedules.
|Inspire - White Frameless Infrared Panel Heater|
Frameless, high quality White heater.
|Aspect XL 1300 / 1950|
1300 & 1950 Watt wall-mounted heaters.
2600 Watt Ceiling or Wall-mounted.
|Herschel iQ Single Zone heater control pack|
Herschel iQ Single Zone Control. Effective control of a single zone. Comes with one R1 receiver, but can pair & control many.
|£69.00 inc. VAT||69.00|
|Herschel iQ WH1 Central Control Unit|
Herschel iQ WH1 Whole House Control. Control up to 6 zones each with up to 6 R1 receivers. For effective zone heating controlled centrally.
|£179.00 inc. VAT||179.00|
|Herschel iQ R1 Wireless Receiver|
Herschel iQ Thermostatic Receiver, an effective wireless receiver unit for Thermostatic control of Infrared heaters using Herschel’s iQ system.
|£38.00 inc. VAT||38|
We are extremely pleased with the purchase of a far infrared Herschel heater for our new orangery. Since it was positioned, we have had snow outside but have been really cozy indoors despite having a glass roof, bifold glass wall, glass door and 5 windows as well as a tiled floor. There has been absolutely no condensation, the heat is instant and it’s positioning is discreet and safe for the grandchildren.
All of our visitors have been really impressed and they can’t work out where the heat is coming from. Standing near it is definitely on par with leaning against the kitchen range. Love it.
I’d also like to thank you for your excellent customer care and advice and the swift and reliable delivery. Fitting the unit was very straightforward for our electrician, who had never seen one before. All in all the whole package was excellent.
“Our electrician actually fitted the unit today. He was well impressed and my husband is absolutely delighted with both the unit and the heat”.
“Our holiday home is snug, dry and warm: for the first time. Herschel panels have transformed our home. Happy customers.”
I wish I’d known about Herschel sooner. They were very professional and the infrared heaters have been the finishing touch to make our house feel like a home. I’ve already recommended them to other people.
Period 1350 Thatched Property
The design started with sliding doors, lino and a convection heater. As the scheme came together, however, the beautiful bi-fold doors begged for a more interesting floor covering so ceramic tiles were chosen. While these can be cool in the summer, the design needs the right sort of heating to be beautifully warm in the winter. The ceiling mounted Herschel heater had the benefits of radiant heat, from above, without the expense and disruption of under floor heating.
Tim Sharples, Partner, Cedar Nursery