FOUR REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ATTACH MAXIMUM IMPORTANCE TO TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION WITHIN YOUR HOME!

1. MODERN TIMES REQUIRE
SPECIAL SOLUTIONS

Cold outside - comfortably warm inside. Hot outside - pleasantly cool inside! This is the simple formula for the comfortable house of the future. Modern architecture itself, with its large glass surfaces, leads to a constant need for rooms to be pleasantly cool on sunny summerdays. Thanks to the heat which is emitted over a large surface area, both gentle and pleasant heating and cooling are possible.

Harreither now offers you the opportunity to achieve this wonderful level of comfort. The key thing: with a Harreither system, you can update this "cooling comfort" at any time - even retrospectively.

2. RADIANT HEAT
IS COMFORTABLE

Thousands of years of use have shown that radiant heat is healthy and comfortable. Long-wave radiant heat is a good way of warming the human body "from the inside”. The environment and the air remain relatively cool, thus establishing the best conditions for a real "feelgood" climate.

3. LARGE PANEL HEATERS ARE FUTURE-PROOF

Only radiant panel heaters with a large surface area can cope with the lowest flow temperatures. Given corresponding conditions and careful planning of living space, flow temperatures of 25 to 35°C are possible. And the most economical and environmentally friendly heating systems are currently operating in this very temperature range. This is even more important for future innovations and developments in energy generating systems.

4. QUALITY IS ECONOMICAL

All pipes and components used to distribute heat and water within a house are fixed to the fabric of the building. The pipes and systems must operate reliably for the lifetime of a house. Boilers are easy to replace, but it’s much more time-consuming and expensive to replace whole piping systems. It is thus more economical in the long run to opt for the best quality and design.

A perfect combination of underfloor and wall heating systems makes it possible to reduce the room temperature by up to 3°C whilst maintaining the same level of comfort. This leads to energy savings of up to 20% per year.