Who wants to sit in the winter with thick blankets in his own living room? Family Ulrich not, therefore a infrared heater with 900 watts was a must, quickly. That should be enough for home annex. But to get any appreciable warming, the infrared heater had to operate day and night. Thus, the low initial costs were lost again.
The family from Freiburg had a problem: The previous homeowners had outsourced the living room in an annex, but refrained to connect this to the gas heating system. The undersized infrared heater just did not deliver enough power to keep the beloved living room warm.
So a solution had to come and that came in October 2017 in the form of the AeroFlow® MIDI 1950. This model not only brought the necessary power to finally bring the living room to a comfortable temperature. Mr. Ulrich expects to have the same heating costs despite more than twice as high performance as he had during the infrared heating. An explanation is easy to find: both heaters are running on electricity, but the AeroFlow® model has an automatic function that can be used to create a heating plan. The heating really only works when it should run. This is clearly noticeable in terms of power consumption. The infrared heater ran for 24 hours a day. The adjusted heating times now ensure that the heating only does its job when someone is at home. Thus, the optimal temperature always prevails and the woolen blankets of the Ulrichs serve today as decoration.
The specially ordered roller feet allow the free placement of the MIDI 1950 in the room without much effort. The wall bracket is omitted and the heating is stored outside the heating season in the basement.