Application for Historical Buildings
Historical buildings require special attention when it comes to heating solutions. Traditional heating systems can be difficult to install and may even cause damage to the building. eco2heat heaters offer a unique solution that is both effective and safe for these types of buildings.
eco2heat heaters are designed to consume only 50-70m2 of wattage per m2 for historical buildings (without enough insulation), which is significantly lower than traditional heating systems. This means that they are not only more energy-efficient, but also more cost-effective in the long run. They are also much cheaper to install
compared to other heating systems, which is especially important for
historical buildings where renovations can be costly.
One of the benefits of eco2heat heaters is that they improve the room climate in historical buildings. The heaters emit infrared heat that is gentle and evenly distributed, creating a cozy and healthy atmosphere. This can be especially beneficial for people with allergies or respiratory issues.
Another advantage of eco2heat heaters is that they can help prevent mold from occurring. Mold thrives in damp, cold environments, which can be common in historical buildings. The even heat distribution provided by eco2heat heaters helps to keep the building dry and free from mold.
Additionally, eco2heat heaters are virtually maintenance-free, which is a
significant advantage for historical buildings where maintenance can be
challenging. They are easy to install, and once in place, require little to
no upkeep, saving time and money in the long run.
Overall, eco2heat heaters offer a practical and effective heating solution for historical buildings. Their energy efficiency, ease of installation, and maintenance-free operation make them a great choice for preserving the integrity of these important structures while improving the quality of the indoor environment.
The Metzger Family'sRead more
Cultural heritage renovated to the highest standards...
The Metzger family's home is a cultural heritage site that has been renovated to the highest standards. The half-timbered house is part of the "tenth barn ensemble" in the middle of the historic old town of Bad Nauheim.
The Amtshaus RestaurantRead more
The Amtshaus restaurant in Freudenberg, previously, the rooms were equipped with electric night heaters with a total consumption of 24kWh. With the eco2heat panels, the consumption has been reduced to the current 4.5 kWh.