Looking to upgrade an old baseboard heater? There’s a lot of reasons why you might want to consider upgrading to a wall heater, but how do you make it happen?
We’ve talked about the difference between baseboard and wall heaters before. Fact of the matter is, in most situations, we’ll recommend you get a wall heater over a baseboard.
They take up less space, use a fan to more quickly spread warm air through your room and are more efficient, which means you’ll save money on your energy bill.
Please take a few minutes to check out our video, which goes over the reasons why you should consider upgrading to a wall heater when replacing a baseboard.
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Want to learn how to set a knob-style (a.k.a. mechanical or bi-metal) thermostat to use with electric baseboard or wall heaters? The video above has you covered.
To set the thermostat, move it all the way to the right. When you feel comfortable in the room, slowly turn the dial back to the left until you hear a click then stop turning the dial. The thermostat will then keep your room at its current temperature.
If you’re looking for something a little more straight-forward, you may want to consider upgrading to an electronic thermostat. Read more on the difference between mechanical and electronic thermostats.