Heat Your Home Stylishly with WarmlyYours Ember Radiant Heating Panels-Giveaway

Last year I discovered the convenient and luxurious towel warmers offered by WarmlyYours, a company specializing in providing heating systems and products to the United States and Canada. I loved the freestanding design of the towel warmer and the fact it didn’t require any installation, but I was also intrigued by some of the other products the company offered. Living in a century-old house that gets rather chilly in some spots in the winter, the WarmlyYours Radiant Heating Panels especially caught my eye.

warmlyyours ember mirror panel

Warmly Yours Radiant Heating Panels are the perfect solution for anyone that wants to add extra warmth to a room while lowering heating bills in the process, thanks to an infrared heating process that evenly distributes heat throughout the room. Once most popular as a bathroom accessory, Radiant Heating Panels have gradually become popular additions to other rooms as well. Initially, the LAVA collection were the only panels available and while beautiful and useful, they were quite pricey. But now, Warmly Yours has made this stylish and effective heating solution available to everyone with the new cost-effective Ember line of panels!

I recently received a WarmlyYours Ember Radiant Heating Panel to review myself and I couldn’t wait to see what it was like. This line of panels is available in black, white or mirror finish and I decided on the mirror option to add extra functionality to my living room as well as extra warmth.

warmlyyours ember heating panel

Like the towel warmer I reviewed previously, the Ember panel plugged into an ordinary household outlet for the ultimate ease of use. The panel mounted on the wall with the help of included hardware and a template that let me easily position screws in the right place for either a horizontal or vertical positioning. When the panel was mounted, I plugged it in and waited to see how it worked.

The panel uses infrared technology to heat the surrounding area quickly and efficiently. In just a few minutes, I could feel the heat radiating out of the panel. And interestingly, though the front of the panel warmed the area in minutes, the back was still cool. Best of all, the Ember provides cost-effective warmth that lets me turn down the heat and save on my power bill. In fact, the panels have the ability to reduce heating costs by up to 50%!

ember black glass heating panel

If you’d like to experience the infrared heat of WarmlyYours Radiant Heating Panels yourself, this is one giveaway you won’t want to miss! WarmlyYours is very generously offering one lucky Mommy Kat and Kids reader their own Ember panel in their choice of black, white or mirror finish, a $700 value! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about your favourite feature of this innovative panel.

Since some days are still quite cool in Saskatchewan, the Ember panel has been the perfect solution for keeping the living room comfortable without having to keep the heat on all the time. I love the fact that the panel looks so stylish on the wall even when I’m not using it and that when I do want extra warmth, all I need to do is plug in the cord. Check out the new WarmlyYours Ember Radiant Heating Panels for yourself and see how you can save money and increase your comfort by adding one to your home!

Warmly Yours Ember giveaway

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297 thoughts on “Heat Your Home Stylishly with WarmlyYours Ember Radiant Heating Panels-Giveaway”

  1. Allison lesley

    I really like that they can cut heating costs bc we really need that. Our house has baseboard heaters and they really run the bill up quickly.

  2. I like that the panels can be fixed to a wall horizontally or vertically and they have the ability to reduce heating costs by as much as 50 percent.

  3. Stephanie Phelps

    I love that they have one of the highest possible efficiency rates and consume the least amount of energy possible,

  4. Wow…these seem great! I love the savings factor and the sleekness to them- a lot of heaters are bulky and ugly. Could have used One this winter on PEI- craziest winter ever.

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