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kick space heater

Posted by roosma (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 13, 12 at 23:18

Considering installing two of them, one in a large high-ceilinged bathroom, 18'X 6' and the other in a high-ceilinged family room, 24'X 26'. They'd be attached to hot water baseboard heaters. What have people's experiences with these been? Can they heat a large space? Thank you.

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RE: kick space heater

Can they heat a large space? It depends on the size of the heater, the temperature of the water, and the demands of the room. The latter depends on factors like the outdoor temp, interior vs. exterior walls and the amount of insulation.

RE: kick space heater

make sure the floor of the cabinet is cut before you install the heater and then fastened back down.

It can be destructive to get at one later for repairs.

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