In the living room i am going to install two, electric,
three-foot, baseboard heaters, while in the other rooms one
three-foot heater. The heaters are said to have better
circulation if you install them directly under a window. For
creature comfort i will be using other forms of heat.
The reason these baseboard heaters will be installed is to
keep the walls from buckling from having 0 heat in the
house, so a little bit is better than nothing, and i expect will
do the job while i am away, basking in the Florida sun during
the three, bitterest, Winter months.
This is my true/or/false theory: if i use the thermostat that goes directly
on the unit, i feel it will keep the units from getting too hot (if i set
it correctly, and what should that safe, setting be), while on extra cold
days, if i have the thermostat on the wall, it will read the room air too
good and send the little heaters into a dangerous tizzy of hot hot hot.
It is beyond me how the thermostat installed directly on the
unit works at all, but i guess they have it all figured out
somehow. Sort of wish someone would explain this theory and
how it works.
Or what is the intelligent way of thinking along these lines?
These baseboard heaters are so well built, the parts have a
life-time guarantee so i am putting my house in their hands,
and hoping they donot burn it down in my months’ long absences.
Scary, yes, but what else is there to do?
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