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Model 112

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19-1/4 in. 1,500-Watt Kick Space Heater with Built-in Thermostat

$133.10 /each
  • Front-mounted adjustable thermostat
  • Provide warmth for space-limited areas
  • Turn on heater several minutes ahead of time to pre-heat room

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Provide warmth for space-limited areas with this compact Broan 19-1/4 in. 1,500-Watt Kick Space Heater. The slim design allows the heater to fit in a variety of residential applications, such as cabinet kick spaces, vanity bases or stairways and also works well in light-duty commercial applications including, ticket- and toll booths or checkout counters. The front-mounted thermostat provides precise control while the vertical louvers disperse heat evenly.

  • Factory wired for 1,500 watts at 240 volts and is capable of easily converting to 750 watts at 120 volts or 1,500 watts at 120 volts to accommodate your installation needs
  • Front-mounted adjustable thermostat maintains your desired temperature
  • Attractive white grille coordinates with most interior spaces
  • Vertical louvers help disperse heat evenly
  • UL listed for safety

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Does this heater require hard wireing?

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February 10, 2015
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It is set up for hardwire but can be converted to a plug.Just make sure plug ,any additional wire and wire nuts are appropriately rated for wire gauge on unit and amperage
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November 3, 2014
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Yes, this heater needs to be hard wired.
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December 31, 2013
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yes check with local codes as to wire size
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yes
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May 1, 2013
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It comes that way, but my electrician put a cord and plug on it.
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January 20, 2013
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Yes it does. If for some reason you wanted to have it as a plug in model, you could buy a leanght of cord and a plug and wire it that way. It really is designed for an under sink kickspace mount. There are lots of great portable heater that plug in and are made to be set out.
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January 24, 2012
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Yes, It is designed for permanent installation but operates at 240/208 volts or 120 volts.
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January 5, 2012
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not really, my husband left the wiring for 220
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November 17, 2011
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Thank you for your interest in our product. Yes, this heater does require hard wiring.
Installation instructions can be found on www.broan.com or by calling our customer service department at 888-336-6146.
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1.) Does it have a blower and is it a variable speed? 2.) does the heater include a plug or designed to be hard wired to a box?

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February 10, 2015
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The blower is one speed.
I hard wired it to the wall outlet by dropping wire to unit under bathroom wall tile and drilling 1/2 inch hole 3 inches off floor and fished out wire behind vanity. .This is a ground fault outlet.Just be sure to check that the circuit is enough to support unit and possible blow dryer use.
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November 3, 2014
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Yes it has a blower.
No it's not variable speed
This heater is designed to be hardwired only
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January 7, 2014
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It has a blower. It is not variable speed blower. It does not have a cord, you have to hard wire it.
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Blower- yes, speeds haven't noticed. Will shut on/off with it's variable thermostat.
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It has a dial that controls the blower heat. It came needing to be hard wired but my electrician put a cord and plug on it.
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It does have a blower, but not variable speed. It is not really needed. It does have a thermostat, or could be wired to a wall unit. It is designed for direct wiring, and a permant install. There are lots of portable heaters available if you are looking for a plug in model.
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January 24, 2012
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It has a single speed blower
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January 16, 2012
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Hi, Dan. Thanks for your questions. This unit is fan forced, thermostat controlled. It is not a variable speed. It will cycle on and off periodically depending on how you set the thermostat. It does have a plug. It must be hard wired. If you have further questions and would like to speak with a Technical Support person, please dial 888-336-6151. Thanks, again.
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can this unit be installed in prexisting cabinets? I need to add heat to my bathroom floor as I didn't instal radiant heat.

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February 10, 2015
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Yes.It will .Prior to buying make sure your vanity has a base moulding that measures slightly less than the height of the unit.You will then need to remove base, cut to fit the unit then reapply base and screw unit to reinstalled base.
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Yes, that's exactly what I did, and exactly the reason I installed it.
If you go to Home Depots web site for this heater, you'll find my review of this heater and pretty detailed description of my installation along with an auxiliary digital timer to control the time the heater is on.
Good luck, take your time, and enjoy. This unit will fit under your vanity.
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My husband installed ours in an existing cabinet in the bathroom.
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You will have to have access to a live electrical source under the cabinet.
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yes, as long as you can run a 12-2 romex wire to the location where heater is to be installed
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December 26, 2013
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Yes, most installations of the 114 heater are done in preexisting cabinets. Please refer to the Broan website at www.broan.com, and in the search field type in the 114 heater. Once there you will find a link to the installation guide and this should provide you with more in depth information.
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Can this unit be integrated into an already existing thermostat?

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To my knowledge existing thermostat is low voltage.You may need to install another therostat similar to an aftermarket thermostat that you would apply to a wall unit air conditioner.
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No. To connect this heater to an existing / remote thermostat you need to purchase the Broan Kick Space heater without the built-in Thermostat. That heater would be Model 114.
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October 18, 2013
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Thank you for your interest in our products. The 112 cannot be integrated with an existing thermostat. However, please view the 114 heater. It is Home Depot item # 202919946. The 114 is the same as the 112, but it does not have the built-in thermostat. Since it does not have the built-in thermostat, it would work with an existing thermostat.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Broan Kick Plate Heater I had this heater installed in a newly remodeled bathroom by a electrical contractor. Appeared that the install was pretty straight forward and they hooked up to run on 220v. It can be installed either with 110 or 220 volts. The heater works fine and I have it set with the thermostat so it comes on automatically when the room cools to a preset temperature. The fan is a bit noisy and would be nice if it ran a bit quieter, but overall it has been just fine. April 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wife Approved !!! Research: We've been trying to find a solution to our cold Master Bathroom for some time. It seemed we settled on using either a small space heater, or a wall mounted flat panel heater. One day I was browsing through a search on Bathroom and Kitchen style heaters and came across this heater. The style and function of this heater seemed to be what we were looking for. After reading through the specs and reviews of all related Kick Space heaters, I decided upon this brand and model. I know about the Broan name and their reputation for quality products, unlike some of the other manufactures of similar heaters I've never heard of. The majority of owners reviews were favorable, and I didn't come across anything that owners negatively mentioned that steered me away from this model. I would tend to chalk up a few of the negative reviews to improper installation. Installation: I measured the space under our Bathroom vanity where I wanted to mount the heater and there was enough room. I purchased this heater along with an Intermatic E1235 Electronic Wall Countdown Timer. This timer fit the bill due to the time selections being 15-30-45-60-120 minute selections, and enabled us to turn on/off the heater from the comfort of standing up rather than getting on your knees and looking under the vanity each time you wanted to make a change. I pretty much knew having to do that every time would not fly with my wife. Most other timers offer too short of selections such as 5 minutes up to 30 or 45 minutes. As far as I'm concerned, any setting less than 30 minutes is not really accomplishing much as far as heating up a bathroom. This heater comes factory wired for 240/208 v.a.c. The included instructions have a section to convert the heater to run on 120 v.a.c. which I intended to do. The conversion process is a bit sketchy, in that, if you just read through the procedure you may have some difficulty as I did trying to identify exactly what component they're talking about that I'm supposed to remove or install a wire from. The wording description doesn't quite match up with the diagram labels. I found myself going back and forth between the before and after diagrams before I finally "got it". The vague instructions would be the only negative thing I would have to say about this heater. Everything you need to convert from 240 to 110 is included. Connecting this heater up to the wall timer was pretty straightforward. The timer instructions made the connections very easy to follow. Fitting all the wire nut connections within a single gang box was a little tight, but everything safely fit. Just ensure that you leave yourself at least 2 extra feet of electrical wire in the event you have to pull out the heater. Observations: Some reviewers have indicated this heater runs loud or noisy. What I found is this heater runs just like a heater with an integrated fan to distribute the heat would run...nothing more, nothing less. For me, I'd say it runs a little quieter than my bath exhaust fan, which really isn't loud. What I did notice however, is because the heater is mounted within the kick space, the resonance produced when the heater runs is somewhat amplified because the space it's mounted into is hollow so I'm not sure how one would minimize that. For both my wife and myself, it's a tradeoff we don't find annoying once our feet hit a warm floor. We found the easiest method of comfort is to turn on the heater several minutes ahead of time to heat up the bathroom, then when you walk in, it's nice and warm. Conclusion We are delighted to have found this product, and very pleased with the desired results we now enjoy. Well worth the purchase, wife approved, and highly recommended. February 12, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by They work fine. These were quick to arrive. There was some figuring out how to change from 220 to 110, and the connector didn't fit right, so I had to make some changes to the end. If you say you can just switch wires to change from 220 to 110, I think it should just be switching wires, not having to modify to make it work. I also wish the front grill could be disconnected. I would have changed it from white to black. White shows dust and dirt way too easily. But, they heaters work well. Good heat and fast! They are louder than I would like them to be, especially compared to the heaters I replaced. May 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gives off good heat Really would recommend product. The fan went out, since having the product, which was not an issue. Company exchanged fan without a problem and it was a very simple fix. I would definitely purchase again. July 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product and good service. The heater does what it is supposed to do. Fits in the toe kick and puts out enough heat to heat the kitchen. Well designed and an excellent product. February 18, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great solution to supplement heat deficiency Easy to install as shipped .There is an option to rewire to augment blower to produce more heat as per instructions. Unfortunately instructions are poor and I am unable to rewire. February 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good replacement bathroom heater This replacement bathroom heater works well, but is not as easy to turn on as the unit I had before (which had a push button for ON/OFF, as well as capability of 2 additional temp control buttons). The ON/OFF round control feels like it could break easily if you don't turn it carefully. October 14, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Overload switch a real pain. Nice heavy duty case, typical 1500 w heater, The only problem I have seen is the over heat switch is non resettable and the entire unit must be remover and the switch replaced if it goes off. I left a towel on the floor for a few minutes partly blocking one side of the air inlets and the over heat limit switch went off and I had to order the a part and remove the hole thing to replace it. I real pain. It sit's on the floor so make sure you don't put a bath rug in front of it.. February 4, 2014
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