Copalis Beach Tiny Home

This 190 S.F. tiny home was built in Copalis Beach, Washington to accommodate (2) people. It has a bunk bed, kitchen, bathroom, workspace and closet. It is heated with (2) 750 watt infrared Ducoterra heat panels, mounted on the ceiling as shown in the photo.

Ceiling mounted heat panels were perfect for this project because there was no wall space for electric baseboard heaters and Cadet heaters would have been noisy in such a small space. Infrared heat is also more economical to operate that either baseboards or Cadet heaters.

Lummi Housing Authority Case Study

Ducoterra’s SolaRay infrared heating panels are providing sun-like warmth and clean, silent, allergen-free heat for the children’s therapy facility. Founded in 1999, Jumping Mouse Children’s Center located in Port Townsend, Washington transforms children’s lives by providing expressive mental health therapy. Being a non-profit organization, Jumping Mouse needed a heating solution that was both safe and economical as every dollar is limited. Ducoterra’s panels were a perfect fit, combining safe, clean heat while maximizing energy efficiency and their bottom-line.

Ducoterra supplied ten of its 750 watt SolaRay infrared ceiling heating panels to heat the new facility. These efficient panels will save Jumping Mouse over $400 a year in heating costs and $14,000 over the lifetime of the facility. The SolaRay panels are safely on the ceiling, radiating sun-like warmth and providing healthy, silent, and comfortable heating for the children and the therapists, while using 35% less energy than standard wall heaters and 50% less than baseboard heaters.

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