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.
Just buying and installing a programmable thermostat isn’t going to save you any money on your heating bill.
In most cases, cranking up your thermostat wont actually heat up your room faster. Here’s what you can do to get quicker heat.
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.
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 a double-pole, built-in thermostat on a Perfectoe electric wall heater by watching the video above.
We get the calls every week. People asking if they can use the Nest with our baseboard heaters or fan heaters. The answer to that question is yes, but we don’t necessarily think you should run out and buy one right now. Read the full post to find out why.
We’ve already showed you how to switch the TH114 non-programmable thermostat from Celsius to Fahrenheit now it’s time to learn how to do the same thing for the TH115 thermostat, which is a programmable model.
Wondering how to change the TH114 electronic thermostat from Celsius to Fahrenheit? Follow the step-by-step guide in our latest video.
As always, if you have any questions, feel free to send us an e-mail, call us on the phone or start a live-chat. You can find out how to do all those things on our support page.
Technically it is possible to use a smart thermostat such as the Nest with electric baseboard or wall heaters, but we no longer recommend it.