What Kind of Heater Do I Need?
Check out this list, that we have provided, of heaters and find the one that best suits your needs.
1. Baseboard Heater – has a longitudinal design and are installed at the base of a wall. Is perfect for keeping a room warm and because of its slim design it is easy to install in any location.
2. Bathroom Fan Heater – takes existing air, warms it, and pushes it back out to heat the space. Can have built in thermostats and timers for a faster heating experience and thermal protection.
3. Cabinet Heaters – has a nichrome heating element which helps heat up of the room faster and is commonly used in large commercial areas: hospitals, schools, sports arenas, and more. This comes with many different types of installation and can be very versatile.
4. Ceiling Fan Heater – a forced air heating system that pushes the hot air down away from the ceiling and is usually mounted on a ceiling. These types of heaters are perfect for those spaces that are unable to fit a wall heater such as lobbies, hallways, garages, and more.
5. Convection Heater – creates hot air by taking in the cold air, heating it, and releasing it. Does come with the option of a fan but this is going to be louder than one without a fan. Is perfect for keeping a room heated for an extended period of time.
6. Heating Floors – heating cables are installed under your flooring to create a warm surface. It is able to create the most consistent temperature in a room and works at a lower temperature.
7. Kickspace Heaters – keeps a room warm by pushing the warm air away from it. Because of their slim grill they are able to fit in tight spaces and are generally installed in recessed spaces.
8. Radiant Heaters – contains a reflector that directs the heat produced outward to keep your space warm. These type of heaters are meant to warm people and objects not the air of the room.
9. Space Heaters – also known as a portable heater, it is commonly used for heating commercial and residential locations. It allows you to heat up a certain space and is not capable to heating an entire structure.
10. Thermostat – senses the temperature to maintain a desired level of heating. Functions by switching on and off the heating and cooling devices. There are three types of thermostats to fit your needs: smart, programmable, and basic.
11. Unit Heaters – operates by producing large amounts of heat that is then pushed out by fans. They are perfect for big spaces including: garages, workshops, and houses.
12. Wall Fan Heaters – heats a space by pushing hot air outward. Relies on ducts to distribute the warmed air to different and receive cool air to re-heat. It can be installed in multiple ways from recessed to wall mounted.