6 Good Heating Solutions For Your Business

By Swindon Link - 11 October 2021


Heating is essential to your business's success. There are many different heating solutions out there, but not all of them will work for you or your business. You'll want to look at the size of your space, what it's made of, and whether or not you have a good HVAC system before deciding which solution would be best for you. We've put together a list of six heating solutions that may work well for your business-some conventional and some unconventional!

1) Heating Pumps

Using electric heating pumps is a great idea because they save you energy and help cut your costs. They use electricity to pump heat through freon, which gets circulated the office. There are also co2 heat pumps you can incorporate to keep your space even warmer. These heating pumps operate as both a cooler and heater, which can be useful if you have an open floor plan because it can heat everyone's floor. This option is great for people who keep their space at the same temperature all year round, but it may not be enough heat to warm up your office in extremely cold temperatures.


The benefits of heating pumps are that they are inexpensive, efficient, no installation required and can be controlled with a thermostat. The cons of heating pumps are that they are expensive over time because the cost is just for energy rather than equipment, there must be an existing space to place the unit that's near where you need heat distributed, it does not give off hot air, and it can't be controlled by an individual.

2) Electric Heaters

Electric heaters are the most commonly used space heating solution for businesses because they're not expensive, easy to install, and they do their job! These heaters use electricity to warm up coils that give off heat. However, electric heaters don't work well in damp climates or if there is high humidity because they're susceptible to water damage. They also need consistent maintenance to ensure their coils stay clean and rust-free, otherwise, they can't produce heat efficiently.


The benefits of electric heaters are that they are inexpensive, easy to install, do not require any special installation, easy for people to control with a thermostat, and don't require ventilation. The cons of electric heaters are that they use electricity so your costs could go up over time, you will have ongoing maintenance costs, it does not give off hot air unless combined with an HVAC system or other heating device, and it is susceptible to water damage.

3) Radiant Heaters

A type of electrical heater, the radiant heater is designed to radiate heat outward once it's turned on (hence the name). A coiled tube heats up and then that heat transfers throughout the room. The benefit of this heating solution is that these radiant heaters are quick to warm up space because they use electricity to create heat as soon as you turn them on. However, since they're electrical units, they're susceptible to water damage from things like dripping icicles in the winter or humidity in bathrooms or kitchens. Also, if your electricity goes out, you'll lose all your heating capability.


The benefits of radiant heaters are that they provide instant warmth, they do not need ventilation, and there is no installation or venting required. The cons of radiant heaters are that they cost more over time because the cost is just for energy rather than equipment, you have to have consistent electricity to power them, and they're susceptible to water damage.

4) Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems

Geothermal heating and cooling systems work by transferring the earth's natural temperature into your building's HVAC system. This can be an efficient way to reduce your environmental impact, but it also means you'll save money on your heating costs. It does this by taking advantage of the Earth's temperature, which is cooler than inside a building, and it runs colder water through a closed-loop system to cool the air in the summer months.


The benefits of geothermal heating and cooling systems are that they're environmentally friendly. The cons of geothermal heating and cooling systems are that they can take up a lot of space without proper planning, installation requires an HVAC specialist who knows what they're doing otherwise you risk blowing up your equipment or breaking other parts.

5) Electric Baseboard Heaters

Electric baseboard heaters are an inexpensive way to heat small spaces quickly. They're ideal for smaller rooms or in older homes when you can't put in central heating yet, but they rise in cost the larger the area they need to cover. Each heater uses wire coils that get hot when electricity runs through them and warms up to provide heat. This is why electric baseboards are more effective in there isn't high humidity or moisture-they can't maintain heat if there is too much water present in the air!


The benefits of electric baseboard heaters are that they're relatively inexpensive, easy to fix when something goes wrong, do not take up much space, and are quickly heated. The cons of electric baseboard heaters are that they need to be installed by an HVAC specialist, the more area it needs to cover, the more expensive it becomes, they're less effective in humid conditions, they take a long time to reach their peak level of warmth.

6) Fireplaces

Fireplace inserts are becoming increasingly popular as a heating solution for businesses because not only do they provide additional light in your building but also heat! They work by transferring all the heat produced by burning wood into your home or business. These inserts can reduce energy costs and increase comfort because they've been specifically designed to trap and distribute heat in your space


The benefits of fireplace inserts are that they produce much less pollution than a standard wood-burning fireplace, so if you already have one in your home, it could be an easy transition for you! The cons of fireplace inserts are that the initial cost is expensive, installation requires an HVAC professional, and constant maintenance such as clearing out the ashes and ensuring the flue stays open when you're burning it.



There are many different ways to heat your business. They range from the conventional (like fireplace inserts) to the unconventional (like using Earth's temperature). The choice is ultimately yours and depends on your needs and preferences, and we hope this article helped you better understand what heating solutions may work best for you!


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