iHelios is the perfect product to keep your teams of trades happy and your project development costs low. This simple solution can be retrofitted into your developments as the system removes the need for a central heating system, boiler and piping, instead the heating in each room is self contained and connected to the electric supply.
Infrared heating is particularly effective in older buildings with poor insulation and a conventional heating system, where heat produced by a boiler is constantly lost through the fabric of the building. This isn’t a problem for IHelios as the heat is absorbed by walls, furnishings and bodies, where the heat is retained much more effectively than thin air.
Whether you are refurbishing an existing property or building from scratch, iHelios lends itself perfectly. You don’t need to strip your walls and surfaces back completely, this product sits on the drywall.
Green housing programmes for new house builders are in a fantastic position with IHelios as starting your project from scratch gives you major cost savings.
As you will be aware, in 2025 the installation of gas boilers will no longer be permitted. This means with IHelios you will be ahead of the game as local authorities and development companies research ways to achieve the 2025 target when the installation of gas boilers will be no longer permitted.
From the initial design stage with your architect, house builders start making huge cost savings as well as reducing the time taken for installation.
IHelios keeps your teams of trades happy and your project development costs low. The simple installation removes the need for a central heating system, boiler and piping.
Heating is a major cause for concern for landlords and an issue which can haemorrhage money out of your investment.
Created by tenants drying clothes inside the house and cooking without using ventilation, condensation alone causes black mould and rotten timbers - your repair and maintenance costs easily add up.
Rogue tenants are known to rip out boilers and heating systems and again the installation of a new boiler can wipe out your annual profit in one foul swoop.
While others wait for government policy, fitting IHelios in your properties could put you ahead of the curve by assuring tenants they will have lower bills than competitors with similar properties and landlords who retrofit IHelios will lead the way in decarbonising housing stock to tackle the effect of climate change.
You will be aware that in 2025 the installation of gas boilers will no longer be permitted and some local authorities are providing incentives to achieve the 2025 target.
IHelios does not work in the same was as a gas central heating boiler system. All of the equipment is installed within the walls and floors leaving you with plain walls, nothing for tenants to rip out, no water tanks or radiators to leak and create water damage, no ongoing servicing costs, or requirement for gas safety certificates, etc.
Instead, after the installation, you can forget about the heating system and feel happy in the knowledge that it is self contained and your investment is better protected.
This is also good news for your tenants who will have lower bills, adding to the appeal of your rental property.
iHelios for Interior Designers and Architects
iHelios is a dream product for interior designers as it removes so much hassle for those with an eye for aesthetics - the technology means it is hidden from sight, concealed within the walls, floor and/or ceiling panels.
Your objective is about so much more than decoration, you want to make a room work for your client. Therefore iHelios gives you the best opportunities for symmetry and to maximise the room’s purpose and spacial awareness. Imagine being given carte blanche to design an interior with blank walls - you can set furniture anywhere you like to show off your client’s style and personality.
Architects design beautiful places for us to live and work. The added benefit of advising clients to install iHelios ensures they are able to cut down on both the initial installation and ongoing energy costs.
We believe that designing the room layouts and sections of the property is made easier without the need for a central heating system. Instead each room is managed in isolation, using the electricity supply.
Some local authorities offer incentives to house builders and property developers who demonstrate the use of decarbonisation solutions and, planning consent is simplified by using sustainable forms of energy. All in all, giving architects added value from the first design meeting.
There are three ways to install iHelios:
Under Floor Heating enjoy the luxury of warm floors
Wall heat - latent thermal energy is released or absorbed, by a body or a thermodynamic system, during a constant-temperature process
In the ceiling
The features and benefits include:
Effective dissipation of heat for lower heating costs
Simple installation similar to the drywall
Intelligent settings are controlled via an app or thermostat
Pleasant heat in minutes
The technology is invisible and silent, no heating sounds from a boiler room or water circulation around the building, expanding pipes creating annoying clanking sounds.