Radiant Heat

Radiation is the transfer of heat from a hot object to a cooler object through space.  With radiant heat, it is the proximity to the heated object that creates warmth.  Fireplaces are an example of radiant heating.  Heated floors, wall panels, and heat lamps also use radiant heating.  Radiant heat is often able to warm more area, more quickly, at lower temperatures, using less energy than other forms of heating technology.  Choose a Cozy heater that uses radiant heat: