How to Protect your Classic Car with Infrared Heating

If you own a high-value car like a Ferrari, Porsche, or Lamborghini, you know the importance of maintaining and protecting your vehicle.

As a classic car owner, it’s important to protect your vehicle in every way possible, and some would argue that protecting your paintwork is the most important aspect. Keeping your vehicle sheltered from the weather can massively reduce the damage to the paintwork, helping it look new and sleek for as long as possible.

To help with this, keeping cars away from the elements is essential; even in the garage, the cold can affect the paintwork which can cause drastic problems. Cold and dampness can cause bubbling, cracking, chipping, or peeling of your paint due to moisture. Also, cold concrete floors can cause tires to flatten quicker.

Many car enthusiasts choose to increase the temperature of their garages using traditional methods of heating, such as home central heating and convection heaters. Although this method can be successful, this form of heating can also be extremely costly, especially with larger garages as the heat escapes easily. In addition, this form of heating is not very environmentally friendly and will increase your carbon footprint.
An alternative solution would be to use infrared heating. It is cost-efficient, low maintenance, and an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional heating. The heat is emitted through infrared heating panels and travels unchallenged through the air until it hits an object. The object will absorb the radiation which causes the molecules to vibrate, and this vibration produces heat, keeping the garage and objects in it warmer for much longer in a safe manner.

With Infrared Heating Supplies, you can keep your classic cars in the best condition possible while saving money on energy bills and being environmentally friendly. To get more information and a free no-obligation quote today, contact a member of our team.

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