If you are currently looking for an alternative to your gas heating, then you could strike cheap at Aldi in the online shop. There, an infrared wall heater with a special design was offered at a lower price. The offer is now sold out. But we have some good alternatives for you.
Aldi sells infrared wall heating for 259 euros
updated: At Aldi, the offer is now sold out. Below are some alternatives. At Netto you get them Infrared wall heating with great picture motifs (look at net). So it is not even noticeable that it is a heater.
Otto offers the same model as Aldi, only slightly more expensive (check out Otto). Alternatively, you can also use very simple models from Amazon that are slightly cheaper but offer the same function (view at Amazon).
Infrared wall heating is considered to be one of the most popular alternatives to gas heating because it is inexpensive, requires no maintenance, is easy to install and is very efficient. If you are currently looking for a stylish infrared wall heater with a marble look, you can go to Aldi. There is one there 800 watt model in two designs for only 259 euros (look at Aldi).
You can choose from two surfaces with Carrara and Jura. Depending on which design suits your interior better. The performance of the infrared wall heater should be able to heat rooms up to 25 square meters evenly. A The wireless thermostat ensures that the desired temperature is reached and maintained. Compared to many other infrared heaters, a natural stone is installed here, which can also store some heat.
If you want a simpler look, you can find cheaper alternatives on Amazon:
If you have a balcony power plant or a solar system, infrared heating is all the more worthwhile:
Is infrared wall heating an alternative to gas heating?
Generally yes, but not for everyone. One Infrared wall heating uses electricity to generate heat. If you pay a lot for electricity or live in an old building that is poorly insulated, then infrared wall heating is not for you. In this case, your gas heater is still the better and cheaper choice. On the other hand, if you live in a well-insulated house and maybe even have a photovoltaic system that supplies you with the necessary electricity, infrared heating is perfect for you. Unlike fan heaters, which work very inefficiently, an infrared heater heats objects and surfaces that store and release the heat. The heat generated is put to good use.