Sit & Heat brings electric heated cushions to Spanish terraces
The Dutch company Sit & Heat expands to Spain. This company manufactures electrically heated cushions for the catering industry, as an environmentally friendly alternative to energy-intensive heaters. “In the Netherlands, all the terraces with Sit & Heat cushions together save 7,800,000 kg of CO2 per year,” says business manager Jeroen Diks.
Sit & Heat electric cushions have been developed, produced and tested in the Netherlands. More than 1,000 restaurant businessmen are already enthusiastic. Electric cushions consume up to 95% less energy than electric heaters or gas stoves. This translates into significant savings on energy bills. Cushions are also very comfortable for guests: they warm the torso, so no heat is lost to the outside air. In addition, guests continue to use the terrace for a longer time, which translates into higher turnover.
The eye also wants something. That is why Sit & Heat manufactures custom heating pads for each terrace. The restoration entrepreneur himself chooses the colour, the shape, the upholstery and the print, as well as the battery or cable connection. A Sit & Heat advisor provides advice. We can immediately think together with you and draw a design for your entire terrace. We can also calculate exactly how much money and energy you can save”, says Rodrigo, commercial director of Clima Heating Europe. For a no-obligation consultation, contact him at email@example.com
Sit & Heat heated cushions are appearing in more and more countries. For example, the cushions are in London at Harrods' Perrier-Jouët Champagne Terrace and in New York at Restoration Hardware's Rooftop Restaurant. Sit & Heat is not only a success in the restaurant sector. With heated seats on the benches at Paris Saint-Germain football club, even elite athletes like Messi and Mbappé enjoy these seats.
Several incentive schemes are active in the Netherlands for Sit & Heat. Municipalities, beverage brands and the Dutch government also contribute to the purchase of the cushions. Of course, this is also possible in Spain. Do you want to contribute to making terraces more sustainable and reduce CO2 emissions on behalf of your municipality or company? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org