Infrared space heaters are a great way to keep any space warm on-the-go. This heating method can help save energy and time while still adding sufficient heat to your most-used spaces.
Digital Control Indicator
- Ip34 water dust protection
- Tipping safety switch
- Wall connection apparatus
The use of an extension cord is also not recommended when using infrared heaters as it can be a major fire hazard.
Generally, for a decent model with thermostatic controls, you can expect costs to be in the $250 to $600 range.
High price does not guarantee better energy savings; prices are inflated in some cases simply because demand is high and brands are limited. Features, construction, and heating technology tend to differ among infrared models and consumers should compare heaters to get the best value for their money.
Infrared Heater Use and Care Tips
Larger units (1500 watts or more) should be connected to a 20-amp outlet, or, if connected to a 15-amp circuit, they should be dedicated to the heater only. A 1500 watt heater will draw up to 12.5 amps of power, which can cause a 15-amp circuit to overload if other lights and appliances are also running off it.