Broan 656 Ceiling Heater w/ Light

Brand: Broan
Model: 656
Condition: New
SKU: 701011
Bundle  Item!

Broan 656 Fan-Forced Ceiling Heaters

Regular Price: $137.99
On Sale: $109.69
(as low as $105.30 if bundled)* When building a cart worth at least $400 of bundle items, you get 4% off all bundle items on the entire site.
Save to List
Extra 4% Bundle Discount
4% on $400  purchases of Bundle Items

Get 10% Cashback in Westside Dollars


The Broan 656 is a combination unit that offers both heat and light (Does not include fan) and is a great addition to any room in your home. The 656 can accommodate a 100w light bulb and the powerful 1300W heating element distributes an even amount of warm air throughout a room. Can be used with a two function rocker switch (not included). Save time and money by ordering a unit today at a low wholesale cost.Additional Information :

  • Does not include fan
  • White polymeric grille
  • Directional vanes for heat and exhaust
  • Snap-in light diffusing lens for 100W bulb (not included)
  • 1300 watts, with metal blower wheel for efficient, even heating
  • Plug-in, permanently lubricated motor functions independent of ventilator
  • Adjustable mounting brackets span up to 24"
  • Polymeric damper/duct connector with 2" long tapered sleeve and no metallic clatter
  • Compact 23 gage steel housing finished with electricallybonded epoxy paint
  • NOTE: For installation in ceilings up to 12/12 pitch
  • Housing Dimensions (L" x W" x H"): 8-1/4" x 14-1/4" x 5-3/4"
  • Grille Dimensions (L" x W" xH"): 10-5/8" x 16-3/4" x 2-1/8"
  • Voltage: 120V
  • Amperage: 11.9
  • Wattage: 1448
Customer Reviews
There are no reviews for this product yet. Be the first to review the product!

Write Your Own Review:

 1 star2 stars3 stars4 stars5 stars

Submit Review
Questions & Answers

We installed a broan infrared bulb unit in a 10' bath ceiling and the heat can not be felt standing below it. What other option would work better for this height?

by John P. on 12-06-2015

When sizing an electric heater, a rule of thumb suggests the unit needs to consume 10 watts of power per square foot of room area being heated. Since one watt of electricity produces 3.4 BTUs of heat, 10 watts of power equates to 34 BTUs of heat output for each square foot of room area. For example: A 1,500 watt heater producing 5,100 BTUs can heat 150 square feet. That's equivalent to a 10-by-15 foot room, an 11-by-14 or one sized to 12-by-12 1/2 feet with a standard 8-foot ceiling.Room Affects Performance: The actual performance of a heater varies according to the characteristics of the room. The heater won’t perform as well in a north-facing room with little or no insulation and drafty windows that let in cold air. It won’t heat a large open room very well at all. It also won't function as well in an odd-shaped room or one with shelves and other fixtures that block air flow.Please visit the following link for more info on picking the right heater for your room

on 12-07-2015
Please login or register before adding a question.

If you are a new customer, please register first:

Enter ZIP code to get local Promos

* Limited to the 48 states.

Enter ZIP code to get local Promos

* Limited to the 48 states.