Wherever your small space on wheels takes you, we’re sure you’d like to bring along the warmth of home. As experts in electric heat, we’re sharing the key benefits of choosing electric.
Whether you’re simply painting or taking on a larger project with a contractor, why not take a few minutes to consider your options for electric heat.
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.
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.
What do you see when you look at this image? An air filter? Humidifier? Actually, it’s a wall heater. What’s that? This post has your answer.
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.
We think there are three main reasons why you should consider electric heat: It’s easy to use, cost-effective and efficient.
If you follow a few quick tips from home energy use experts, you can save on your heating bill this fall.
California’s Proposition 65 gives California consumers the right to know when products contain chemicals known by the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. As of August 30, 2018, manufacturers of products sold in California were required to notify consumers when products contain chemicals on the state’s Proposition 65 list.