Providing greater comfort using less energy, Heating Green has specialized in electric infrared radiant heating for a variety of residential and commercial spaces since January 2007. Here are the top 10 projects Heating Green is proud to have been apart of in its first 10 years in business.
Hermanson Construction selected our infrared radiant panels to heat the VIP boxes at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, WA.
In 2009 we started working with Washington State’s Lummi Nation to design and supply heating systems for a variety of projects.
Each table on Keenan’s patio has a heater overhead and guests can now relax and enjoy the stunning views of Bellingham Bay while dining in a pleasantly warm environment.
Happy with the result, Bethany Lyons, co-owner at Lyons Den Power Yoga, explains why she chose Heating Green’s infrared radiant heating system for her Manhattan studio in this video:
Sports Academy is a 96,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose training facility that selected our heaters for its yoga and cycling classes.
Upgrading the office from an outdated and literally rusty forced air unit, each staff member now controls the temperature in their office.
One of the great international hot yoga studios we’ve worked with, Cabo Hot Yoga was the first studio in its region to install infrared radiant panels.
“I can’t believe how quickly they get the shed warm and don’t seem to go on very much to keep the temperature steady. It’s also nice that they are so quiet.” -Melissa
“We have a workout room and we closed the yoga area with glass. I actually got heaters to get to 105 this morning.” -Lorena
We’re also proud to have supplied Jennifer Ryan Design with outdoor infrared heaters to make this deck as comfortable as it is beautiful.