Hot Art: A Beautiful Eco-Friendly Way To Heat Your Space

Far Infrared Space Heater that Doubles as a Piece of Art Launches Kickstarter Campaign

Offering a unique spin in the ever-evolving tech + art space, BRZ Brands, today announced the launch of Hot Art, a far infrared heating system that doubles as a beautiful piece of art. This 24″ by 40″ (60 cm x 100 cm) piece of art is now available for pre-order through Kickstarter, starting at $279.

Hot Art is an exciting new technology that pulls double duty as a safe and energy-efficient far infrared heater and beautiful piece of art. Blending classic style and functionality, Hot Art can accent an indoor or outdoor space, or heat an entire home. Backers will have the option to choose from hundreds of designs or customize their own Hot Art by utilizing a favorite photo or digital art. The art emits soothing, spa-quality heat that is natural, comfortable and doesn’t dry the air.

“While far infrared heating isn’t a new technology, in the states, it has only been recently integrated into domestic and commercial spaces,” said Brian Szott, founder and president, BRZ Brands.BU complete card - 2014 - final “Hot Art takes this eco-friendly technology to a new level by adding a unique twist – art. The introduction of Hot Art will be a rival toward conventional heating in the future. We’re excited to bring this new concept to market with the help of the Kickstarter community.”

Key features and benefits of Hot Art include:

Choose Your Design – With hundreds of styles and designs (including sleek white) to choose from, Hot Art blends seamless in any home. Or, by using your own image, create a Hot Art original.

Control Options to Fit Your Style – Hot Art can be controlled with a simple on/off switch, by traditional thermostats and smart thermostats, and most home automation systems.

Rapid Heating – Far infrared rays produced by Hot Art radiate outward, heating all nearby objects, producing a widespread effect, almost immediately.

Portable – Hot Art can be easily taken to different areas of the home – inside or outside – as needed.

Cost Efficient – A 600-watt piece of Hot Art will generally heat the same area as a 1500-watt traditional space heater, resulting on average 60 percent savings. Additionally, since Hot Art is used for zone heating, there’s no need to heat an entire home.

No Harmful UV Rays – Hot Art uses the same principle as the sun’s warming light, without UV rays, for optimal heating that’s comfortable and safe.

Ideal for Allergy Sufferers – Most heating methods use fans to disperse heat, which often stirs up existing dust and allergens, Hot Art does not have any fans and operates silently.

Environmentally Friendly – Hot Art (when combined with a non-combustion power source) operates without any carbon combustion, no toxic by-products of combustions, no open flame, and no fuel lines to leak.

Perfect for Outdoor Living – Hot Art is not subject to breezes or drafts, providing highly efficient heat. Sleek white panels or decorative panels can also be mounted on ceilings for use year-round.

No Dry Heat – Unlike conventional heaters that draw moisture out of the air, Hot Art does not produce dry heat, avoiding itchy eyes and throat.

Long Life Expectancy – Hot Art can last more than 30 years, creating a very low cost of ownership.

Maintenance Free – With no ducts and filters to replace or keep clean, or fuel to refill, Hot Art units can simply be cleaned with a damp cloth.

Additionally, the company will offer an entry-level model, the Hot Curve, a stylish freestanding unit that is designed to tuck under a desk to keep feet warm and cozy. The Hot Curve is available in sleek white with brushed aluminum trim starting at $149.

Hot Art is now available for pre-order starting at $279:

About BRZ Brands

Orlando-based BRZ Brands is a product development firm focused on the home and life markets, creating environmentally conscious products with the homeowner, builder and designer in mind.

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