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Types of Electric Heaters

Baseboard Heaters
Baseboard Heaters

Baseboard heaters can add supplemental heat to a room that is drafty or colder than other rooms. They come in different lengths to accommodate almost any room or application. These electric heaters radiate heat into a room and are placed on the outside wall of a home, usually the coldest wall.

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Boilers Boilers are Special-Purpose Water Heaters
Boilers Boilers are Special-Purpose Water Heaters

How an Electric Boiler Works. An electric boiler is a large water tank with an inlet and outlet. Within that large tank is an array of electric heating elements. Electricity comes from the main power supply of your home and passes through those heating elements to warm up to very high temperatures.

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Electric Space Heaters
Electric Space Heaters

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Fireplaces
Fireplaces

Today's Electric Fireplaces and Heaters come in a variety of sizes and designs with varying heating capabilities. Let us help you find the perfect heating solution for your home. Take a moment to explore our interactive house to learn about the different types of electric heaters and fireplaces we offer.

Floor Heating
Floor Heating

The SoftHeat 120-Volt Hydronic Baseboard Heater uses a The SoftHeat 120-Volt Hydronic Baseboard Heater uses a self-contained circulating heat transfer fluid to provide steady uniform warmth with longer heat retention greater energy savings and minimal temperature variation.

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Furnaces
Furnaces

Electric resistance heat can be supplied by centralized forced-air electric furnaces or by heaters in each room. Room heaters can consist of electric baseboard heaters, electric wall heaters, electric radiant heat, or electric space heaters.

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Gas-Fired Space Heaters
Gas-Fired Space Heaters

Shop our selection of Garage Heaters in the Heating, Venting & Cooling Department at The Home Depot ... Fahrenheat 1,500-Watt Toe Space Electric Heater with ...

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Heat Pumps
Heat Pumps

Heat pump water heaters use electricity to move heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly. Therefore, they can be two to three times more energy efficient than conventional electric resistance water heaters. To move the heat, heat pumps work like a refrigerator in reverse.

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Radiant Panels & Cove Heaters
Radiant Panels & Cove Heaters

Radiant heating systems supply heat directly to the floor or to panels in the wall or ceiling of a house. The systems depend largely on radiant heat transfer -- the delivery of heat directly from the hot surface to the people and objects in the room via infrared radiation.

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Unvented Gas-Fired Heaters: A Bad Idea
Unvented Gas-Fired Heaters: A Bad Idea

Let me get right to the point: unvented gas (and kerosene) space heaters and fireplaces are a bad idea.Don’t install one. Euphemistically called “vent-free appliances” by the gas industry (see ventfree.org), unvented heaters and fireplaces that are installed indoors release combustion products directly into the living space. These heaters are very popular, with buyers attracted to the ...

Wall Heaters
Wall Heaters

For big jobs the top selling Com-Pak wall For big jobs the top selling Com-Pak wall heaters are sold in a convenient Pro Pack with 5 heater assemblies per carton. The Com-Pak wall heater is efficient affordable and designed for easy installation.

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Wood-Burning and Pellet Stoves
Wood-Burning and Pellet Stoves

In fact, pellet stoves are the cleanest solid fuel, residential heating appliance. Pellet stoves that are certified by the EPA are likely to be in the 70% to 83% efficiency range. Pellet stoves have heating capacities that range between 8,000 and 90,000 Btu per hour.

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