My advice is to get an all metal one with a thermostat and maybe a couple
Plastic cased applicances scare me after a Patton brand heater had a bad
electrical crimp connection. The connection failed and started the outer
plastic case burning.
It was in my garage on the concrete floor so I don't know what would have
happened had I not come out in the garage in time.
I have a portable "little red cube" 4000 watt heater that requires 240
volts. It cost around $115. and is built much better than the $40 consumer
junk. It heats the place up quick but it is loud due to the air flow
On Sat, 27 Sep 2008 04:39:03 -0700 (PDT), Mikepier
1500 watts is 1500 watts however, the 1500 watts of heat can
be distributed in a focused area or distributed widely.
Read about radiant, convection, and forced are convection to
determine your specific needs.
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