Looking to lower your heating bill with your electric baseboard heaters or wall heaters? This post has the answer.
We think there are three main reasons why you should consider electric heat: It’s easy to use, cost-effective and efficient.
When it comes to types of electric heaters, which one is best for your home? There are several options and each comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages.
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.
All electric heat is 100 percent efficient, but how effective is a Cadet electric heater at heating your home? Find the answer in this week’s blog post.
Summer hardly seems like the time of year to think about heating your home. But, as Mitch Speck of Specktacular Home Remodeling says, you can save a lot of time by addressing your home heating needs when it’s still hot outside. Plus you’ll be ready for the cold weather when it inevitably comes.
Need to add a little additional heat to your kitchen, bathroom or laundry room but lacking the wall space for a baseboard or fan heater? Cadet has you covered with the Perfectoe electric wall heater, which can be installed under cabinets.