Sure, there’s a lot to consider when buying one of our heaters (like wattage, space, look, etc.) but folks often ask us if a baseboard or wall heater is right for their needs.
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.
Wondering how to install a wall heater with a built-in thermostat? We’ve got you covered with this video featuring the Com-Pak heater and Steve from Tech Support.
When Kimberly of the lifestyle blog The Daring Gourmet was looking for a way to heat a 250-square-foot micro-dwelling, Cadet was at the top of her list.
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.
Our heaters come in 120, 208 and 240 volt models (although 208 volt models are really just for apartment buildings with elevators). What’s the right voltage for you?
Cadet spoke to high school students about what we do and what it’s like to work in a modern manufacturing environment in honor of MFGday16.