A maintenance manager at a garden-style community in Portland upgraded from baseboard heaters to the Apex72 to reduce maintenance calls and free up living space for residents.
The Vancouver Housing Authority upgraded old baseboard heaters in one of its shelters to the Apex72 to get the heaters up out of the way, and to create more flexibility with furniture placement.
This contractor saw a big reduction in the cost of parts and labor after swapping out cove heaters for Cadet’s Apex72.
When Kimberly of the lifestyle blog The Daring Gourmet was looking for a way to heat a 250-square-foot micro-dwelling, Cadet was at the top of her list.
When it came time to replace aging wall heaters in an above-garage apartment, a Portland couple found the perfect solution in Cadet’s new Energy Plus electric heater.
What may have started as a dark, damp, and cold, is now a place where you’re spending a lot of your time, so wouldn’t you want it to be warm and comfortable?
Would it make sense to heat a 3,000-square-foot home just to keep one room comfortable?
Mike and Julie have spent the past few years looking for a solution to bring a reliable heat source to their two Minnesota cabins. After a long search, the two found Cadet electric baseboard and wall heaters to be the perfect solution to bring affordable heat to individual rooms without an extensive remodel.
This Portland-area house flipper says visual upgrades help homes sell fast. So why did he spend time and energy replacing the heating system in his latest project?
Learn how to install the Apex72 electric heater in an existing wall.