We would like to recognize Shari DeMaris, Jordan Selby and Alex Miller for their amazing work and dedication, but most importantly, for making Cadet the place where they wish to further their careers.
Over the past two weeks our shipping team (with the help of a few other helpful individuals) has been working on a big layout change with the ultimate goal of getting more small packages out the door in a shorter amount of time.
Learn how to install a single-pole, built-in thermostat on a Perfectoe electric wall heater by watching the video above.
Learn how to install the Apex72 electric heater in an existing wall.
Do you have a Com-Pak Twin heater and want a built-in thermostat with an “off” setting? You’ll need to pick up a CTT2 thermostat and install it on the heater yourself.
Lucky for you, the video above will show you exactly how to do that. (And if you already have a built-in thermostat that you need to remove, we have a video for that too.
Your baseboard heaters should be cleaned once every two years at the very least.
Over time dust particles and other things on the air can build up on the fins inside the heater. When that happens the fins can scorch the particles. That can give off a slight odor and cause problems for people with allergies.
Thankfully, cleaning a baseboard shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes. Just follow this video to see how it’s done. And if you need to know how to clean a wall heater, we have a video for that too.
Today we tip our hat to honor Dr. Seuss, in honor of Read Across America Day celebrated on March 2nd, Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Enjoy!
Did you know the T410 mechanical thermostat comes with pins that can be used to set the minimum and maximum temperature the thermostat can be set to?
Watch the video above to see how to install and use the range stops for this thermostat.
While installing an electric baseboard heater or wall heater isn’t exactly rocket science, it requires a bit of know-how. Whether or not you’re up to the task just depends on how comfortable you are working with electricity.
If you’re reading this blog post chances are you’re either one of our loyal followers (thank you very much) or you purchased a Com-Pak, Com-Pak Bath, Com-Pak Max or Energy Plus and are wondering “What the heck do I do with these little foam thingies I found inside the box?”
If you’re in the later group, this blog post should answer all your pressing questions.