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Honeywell Fan Forced Heaters
How to Select
How to select Fan-Forced Heaters
Selecting a fan-forced heater for your room is sometimes more difficult than taking care of three toddlers. To help you with this choice and to ensure you get the best device to fit your needs, we have prepared a useful and simple guide.
There are lots of factors that you should consider before buying a fan-forced heater. Let’s start with the most important of all – operation type. The models of the devices that exist today can operate on gas or electricity. With that said, you should select the type of fuel that suits you and your home the most. A gas heater may be installed in houses that are already equipped with necessary gas distributing system. Otherwise, you will spend more money on the installation and maintenance of such devices than you would with electric heaters.
Power and capacity are also important and should be specified right away. The bigger your room is the more powerful heater you need. You may also consider installing two devices for a larger room to receive even distribution of warm air around it. If you don’t have enough free space to install a fan-forced heater, look for smaller devices with the same capacity.
When selecting your future heater, especially if you want to install it in a bedroom or a nursery, pay additional attention to the safety features. Such features are usually presented with overheat protection switches or flame-resistant cases and nets. Remember that it is always better to have your fan equipped with safety features than not.
Controlling options are oftentimes the main reason a certain fan-forced heater is purchased. If you are installing such device in a bedroom, ensure it has remote controls that will allow you to adjust the temperature and operation mode without the necessity of getting out of the bed. Manual controls will be perfect for heaters that are installed in living rooms, offices or hallways.
Fan type and its operation are key factors that move the warm air around the room. The more operating modes such fan offers and the more cost-efficient operation it provides the better. When you are planning to install your fan-forced heater in a large room, ensure it has an oscillation option for the even air distribution.
Finally, the last factor to consider is the design of your future heater. It may not matter as much as the device’s capacity, but it is always better to have a heater that matches your wall’s décor. Besides, don’t miss a chance of transforming your fan-forced heater into a stylish element of the room.