Hot Yoga Heating Joins Ducoterra’s Dealer Network 2


Ducoterra, the premier manufacturer of infrared radiant ceiling panels located in Olympia, Washington is pleased to announce that Hot Yoga Heating, a division of On Demand Heating, is now an authorized dealer for Ducoterra’s complete line of SolaRay infrared radiant ceiling panels.

On Demand Heating owner, Michael Marney, has successfully worked with builders, architects, business and home owners to install infrared heating systems since 2008 in yoga studios, single family homes, retirement communities, multi-family housing, commercial and manufacturing facilities. Michael has even installed infrared heating systems in shipping vessels which circumnavigate the globe in some of the most frigid climates.

As the owner of Hot Yoga Heating, Michael Marney decided to use his vast knowledge of the infrared heating industry to develop efficient heating strategies utilizing infrared heating products in exercise studios nationwide; more specifically, hot yoga studios.

Ducoterra is a nationwide leader in manufacturing high performance infrared radiant heating panels for both residential and commercial buildings.  We are dedicated to making high-quality, clean, affordable, energy-efficient heating available to homeowners, businesses, and non-profits, helping lower their heating costs and energy consumption, while providing the highest level of comfortable heating.

Please visit Hot Yoga Heating website to find a complete line of Ducoterra’s SolaRay radiant heating panels.


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2 thoughts on “Hot Yoga Heating Joins Ducoterra’s Dealer Network

  • chad clark

    I read through your articles and i don’t think patrick understands that yoga studios are using your panels at 9 feet above the floor and they are usually 750 watts and they never shut off. I like to use radiant where it makes sense but over a health focused yoga student is definitely not a good idea . I have seen what happens to an instructors asking after practicing under those panels over a 3 year period and it is 100% photo aging.
    but everyone who can read has an opinion.
    be well,
    -chad clark

    • Jim Beebe Post author

      Chad,

      Thanks for the comment. I haven’t heard from you for a couple of years! BTW – tons of yoga studios use RCPs, including ours. Haven’t had or heard any complaints about using infrared heat. The Hot Yoga Heating dealer is rather new. Our main dealer, Heating Green, is doing a very big business with Yoga Studios.

      Not sure what you mean by the statement that Patrick doesn’t understand heating since he is quite knowledgeable about heating and configuring heating systems. However, that being said, most of our sales are to builders, contractors, electricians, and home owners using our panels for residential heating with thermostats.

      Let me know if you are interested in becoming a reseller of Ducoterra’s panels. They are targeted at the residential market as opposed to Enerjoy which seem to be more focused on the commercial market.

      Jim

      Thj