If you're looking to stay warm, both inside and outside of your house, do it in style with Thermofilm. This Australian manufacturer designs and supplies innovative electric products that are suitable for residential, commercial and even institutional markets, including the award-winning Heatstrip outdoor heaters, indoor heaters, switches and more. For other outdoor heating options beyond Thermofilm, check out the House of Home range (https://www.houseofhome.com.au/s/outdoor-heating).
Thermofilm has been making its stylish, innovative and energy efficient heating products for more than a quarter of a century around Australia and beyond.
The centrepiece is the award-winning outdoor heater range called Heatstrip, but also produced by Thermofilm are convective and radiant panel indoor heating solutions, electric switches, and many other innovative products and helpful accessories.
With Thermofilm, you can be sure you are selecting a truly reputable manufacturer, as the Heatstrip won an Australian Business Award in 2013. The innovative Heatstrip works with a thin film carbon-based heating element, and it is made right here in Australia.
As well as Australians, New Zealanders also love Thermofilm, and it is even exported to Europe, North America and Asia. That's because the Melbourne based company is committed to innovation, quality and service, while designers ensure that environmental impact - including recyclability, efficiency, running costs and technology - is a primary consideration.
Thermofilm products are produced by an expert engineering team who use expert CAD, prototyping, validation and testing procedures to ensure products are only of the highest quality. Thermofilm products are also constantly developed and improved, not only for reliability and efficiency but also style.
Heating is always an important consideration for your home, to keep yourself and your loved ones comfortable and healthy For advice on heating up your interior, make sure you look at our guide. Thermofilm heating solutions are energy efficient, but you might also want to think about other ways to cut costs and think about the environment inside your home. Check out article on making your home energy efficient for more tips and tricks to cutting costs.