No matter how efficient your heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit is, there are always spots in your home that may require more attention than others. Floor and baseboard heaters are affordable, easily integrated solutions for any bedroom, living room or office space in need of supplemental heat.
These unique appliances take advantage of the characteristic rising motion of heat, allowing an entire space to be cozy and comfortable when emitting warmth from the lowest level of a room. Back in the early days, crude floor heaters were extremely hot to the touch and not very safe for tiny fingers. Unlike the past, our selection of floor and baseboard heaters offer a variety of safety features that allow even the smallest of people to play and interact around them.
The best thing a floor heater can do for you is help save money on your home’s energy costs. Households around the country experience larger utility bills as the cool fall season begins to transition into winter. You can help control your energy bill by strategically placing a few floor heaters throughout your home.
You can turn on your baseboard heater first, even before you switch your HVAC system over to heat for the season. As temperatures continue to creep lower throughout the winter, a baseboard heater can help prevent your thermostat from constantly being turned up. Even if you live in a climate that rarely sees a true winter season, you can still benefit from the use of floor heaters.
If you live in an old house that was built decades ago, you’ve probably been frustrated by the inefficiency of your home’s heating system. You may have rooms that get stifling hot no matter how low you set your thermostat. You may also experience cold drafts in other parts of your home that are close to exterior walls. You can help make your historic property more comfortable for your family by placing floor heaters throughout the chilly zones of your home. Whether it’s a freezing kitchen, an arctic sun room or a frozen bathroom, a supplementary baseboard heater will be able to help.
In many home setups, the use of a whole-house heating system requires fuel, such as oil or natural gas. As you heat your home, the byproducts of these fuels are released into the environment. Electric baseboard heaters, on the other hand, allow you to heat a space without exhausting additional fuel or other limited resources from our planet.
If you are trying to make your home more comfortable without causing a large spike in your utility bill, then our selection of floor and baseboard heaters is just what you need. Whether it’s under the counter, near your entryway or against a drafty window; you can find exactly what you’re looking for, here at Allergy&Air.