Electric Heater - Residential & Commercial

Whether you are adding supplemental heat to your bathroom, or replacing an old electric heater, HomElectrical is the right partner as your Electric Heat Supply store. We understand how important it is to have a trusted and reliable heater that won’t quit on you in the dead of winter. Our selection includes everything from wall heaters, baseboard to electric fireplace at competitive price and Free Shipping.
Keep your home or business comfortably warm using a selection of fan heaters, including wall heaters and ceiling heaters.
Shop HomElectrical’s selection of baseboard heaters to find baseboards capable of heating up to a specified square footage as well as baseboard heater accessories.
Warm industrial and commercial spaces with a selection of industrial or commercial heaters, including contractor and portable heaters, radiant heaters, unit heaters, workshop and garage heaters as well as a selection of accessories.

Kickspace Heater

Warm your spaces with a heater that remains almost out of sight using HomElectrical’s selection of kickspace heaters, including a variety of voltage and wattage options as well as built-in single or double pole thermostat options.

Convection Heater

Keep your home or building comfortable with HomElectrical’s selection of convection heaters, including a variety of BTU options.

Heat Pump System

Stay warm and cool throughout the year with a Heat Pump AC System from HomElectrical

Duct Heater

Comfortably warm the air in your space using a duct heater, available in multiple size and styles to complement your space.

Bathroom Fan Heater

Warm your bathroom and prevent mold growth using a bathroom fan heater, available in a selection of wattages, BTUs, and voltage options.

Floor Heating

Warm the floors in your home or building with floor heating systems, including cables and heating mat systems as well as a select system capable of heating outdoor locations.

Space Heater

Shop for a compact, portable space heater to warm frequently occupied areas when temperatures drop.

Electric Furnace

Comfortably warm your home with an electric furnace, available in multiple wattage, motor, and BTU options.

Cabinet Heater Accessories

Help your cabinet heater run smoothly using cabinet heater accessories, including fresh-air inlets, motorized fresh-air dampers, on/off switches, and much more available for use with select cabinet heaters.

Electric Stove Heater

Add warmth and a comfortable atmosphere to your home without worrying about an open flame with an electric stove heater.

Electric Fireplace

Comfortably warm your home and add a cozy atmosphere with an electric fireplace, available in a variety of sizes and styles.

Cabinet Heater

Keep your spaces warm with HomElectrical’s selection of cabinet heaters, available in a variety of length, BTU, and wattage options.
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What are the benefits of electric heaters?

The top five reasons are:

Cheaper to buy - In general, they are cheaper to buy than other heating options.

Easier To Install - Unlike gas heating, there is no need for complicate duct work and venting. You can simply plug them into an outlet. However, some more permanent version needs to be wired a line voltage. Although you could do-it-yourself, we recommend that you contact a certified electrician for the job.

Low Maintenance - They are quite simple. Either they work or don't. There are not that many moving parts to troubleshoot. Since there are no ducts or venting involve, you don’t need to have an annual maintenance program to ensure proper CO venting is in place. Overall, it is safer to work with electricity than natural gas which is a combustible gas.

100% Energy Efficient - As a heater, 100% of the energy from the electricity it used is converted into heat. 100% of that heat is then blown into the room directly to warm up the cold air. The main disadvantage with a central gas heater, a lot of the heat is lost in the ductwork between your furnace and the room it is heating.

Last longer - With proper maintenance, electric heaters will last you 20 to 30 years. While a gas heater has a life span between 10 and 20 years.

What type of electric heaters are best?

The best type is the one that suits you the most. Here is a quick overview on the common type of heaters you should consider:

Baseboard heater – It is often found at the base of the wall. It uses convection technology to circulate warm air around the room. It is often the cheapest option, but one of the more expensive unit to operate. It comes in 2-ft to 10-ft long.

Cove Heaters – It uses radiant technology to emit radiation energy to warm you up. It is designed to provide warmth around the unit and not heating the surrounding air.

Space Heater – AKA Ceramic Heater. These are ideal for adding incremental heat in small areas. It does not require a certified electrician to wire it to the line voltage. Quartz heater is often used as personal portable heaters.

Mini Split System – It’s a ductless heating system which requires an outdoor condenser and an air handler for each of the room. The main benefit is that it does not require complicated duct work throughout the house.

Wall Heater – Its use for supplemental heat and is often found in bathroom. It’s a self-contained unit with built in adjustable thermostat. It is recommended to consult with a certified electrician for proper wiring.

Floor Heating – It uses radiant technology through a system of wires or pipes that run beneath the flooring. This is a great solution to ensure that you will never have to walk on cold ceramic tile flooring anymore.

Kickspace Heater – Also referred to as Toe-kick Heaters. They are designed to be installed in small space, and are typically found closer to the ground under a cabinet or vanity.

Electric Fireplace – Also known as Stove Heater. It gives you the look and feel of a fireplace without the danger of an open flame. They are perfect for an apartment or where gas is not an option.

Remote control is available as an option to most units.

What is the difference between convection vs radiant heat?

Radiant heaters use infrared radiation to heat the surrounding area. It basically works like the sun. The closer you get to it, the hotter it is. Once you step away from the source, you no longer feel the heat. Convection heaters use electric currents to warm up the surrounding medium such as air or liquid.

What is an electric forced-air heater?

The forced-air heater, or fan heater, consist of a heating element and a fan. The electric energy is converted into heat energy through the coils. The fan moves cool air from the room through the heating coil, and warm air is blown back into the room.This is the quickest way to move warm air through the space.

What is the difference between Hydronic and Immersion Heating?

Immersion and Hydronic heaters use hot liquid to warm the surrounding air. A series of liquid filled tubing radiates heat along your baseboard or floor heating. Most hydronic system uses hot water as the liquid, but oil is also an alternative source in some mini split. The principle is to heat the room from the floor up. Since you are closer to the floor, it is considered as the most effective and efficient way to provide warmth.

What Size Heater Do I Need?

The amount of heat you will need depends on the size of your room and where you live. People in Southern California will not need as much heat to warm the same amount of space as the ones living in New York.

Most Electric Heaters are sold in Wattage which is how much power is the unit consuming and not how much heat it is producing.

Fun fact: Heat is measure in BTU (British Thermal Unit.) 1 BTU is the energy needed to heat or cool one pound of water by 1 degree Fahrenheit.

On average, you can use 10 Watt per square foot (sf) as your constant to calculate the proper wattage needed for your room.

For example:

If your room is 10-ft X 15-ft, then you will need 10-ft X 15-ft X 10-W/sf = 1500 Watt.

Fun fact: If you have a high ceiling, you don’t need to add more wattage. Use a ceiling fan to move the warm air back down. With proper air circulating, you will be able to properly heat your room more efficiently.

If your room have lots of windows or you live in colder area (i.e. Boston,) then go up to the next heater. While if you live in warmer region (i.e. Florida,) go down one level.

Keep in mind that because a 5000-Watt heater is the same price as a 1600-Watt version, does not mean that you are getting a better deal.

Having the correct heat settings for the size of your room ensure proper operation. Most of the modern heater have overheat protection built-in which automatically shut the heater off in the event it is too hot. Over-sized heaters will constantly shut-off and will eventually quit working.

An under-sized heaters will constantly run while your room remains cold. The unit will eventually burnout and stop working.

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