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?
Have you somehow found yourself with a heater that has a built-in thermostat and a wall thermostat? You’re not alone. In this post, Steve from Tech Support shows you what to do to avoid thermostat confusion and keep your room warm.
It’s not going to cost you a stack of 20s, but exactly how much will it cost to run your heater? We can figure out a rough estimate. Just read the blog post to find out how.
We think there are three main reasons why you should consider electric heat: It’s easy to use, cost-effective and efficient.
What is a dual rated heater? It’s a heater that can be hooked up to more than one voltage.
The appearance of soot, or black discoloration on the walls around electric wall heaters, is not caused by the heater itself.
Grill discoloration can be caused by dirt or lint build-up in the heating element.
This post will help you determine how many watts you need to effectively heat your room. The process is also outlined in our product selection guide.
Looking to lower your heating bill with your electric baseboard heaters or wall heaters? This post has the answer.
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?