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Cadet 48 in. 1,000-Watt 120-Volt Electric Baseboard Heater in White
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Cadet

48 in. 1,000-Watt 120-Volt Electric Baseboard Heater in White

  • Convection heating helps heat a space up to 150 sq. ft.
  • Quiet operation makes it perfect for any area in the home
  • High quality durability backed with a lifetime guarantee
$33.99 /each

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The Cadet Electric Baseboard Heater utilizes convection heat to provide efficient warmth. The quiet operation, and low cost installation make it a perfect choice for a bedroom or any area of your home that requires additional warmth. Designed for ease of installation with pre-punched mounting holes, this hardwired heater can be wired at either end. Rugged U.S.A. steel construction with powder coated white paint for a durable, premium finish. A thermostat is required and sold separately.

  • No cords - requires hard-wired installation for a permanent, safe, reliable heating solution
  • Thermostat sold separately - choose a line voltage wall thermostat or BTF unit-mount thermostat for temperature control
  • Operates 1000-Watt at 120-Volt
  • Convection heating helps circulate air to heat a space up to 150 sq. ft.
  • Timeless and proven fin construction maximizes surface area to funnel heated air and aid convection of air flow
  • Contemporary baseboard design is built to industry standard lengths to easily replace your current baseboard or match any new construction footprint
  • A high-temperature safety device switches heater off if normal operating temperatures are exceeded
  • Powder coating provides a smooth finish resistant to corrosion, scratches, fading, and wear
  • Steel-sheathed element offers excellent heat transfer and high quality durability
  • Pre-punched case at 1 in. intervals and accessible front caps provide easy installation of heater
  • Universal wiring allows you to install at either end of baseboard
  • Quiet operation makes it perfect for any area in the home, especially bedrooms
  • UL listed for safety
  • Lifetime warranty
  • White color
  • Match your heater to the voltage at connection: confirm if you have a 120-Volt or 240-Volt power supply before purchase; you can check your breaker, use a voltmeter, or look at the voltage on your old heater's label if replacing
  • Make sure you choose the right Electric Baseboard Heater for your space


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Baseboard Heating Type Electric Electric Electric Electric
Voltage (volts) 120 240/208 120 240/208
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this base board heater says it requires a thermostat , show me what that means

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Loomis ca
September 28, 2012
floor heater model #4F1000-1W store SKU#566725
says it requires thermostat , which thermostat does it need , I want to just plug it in and set heat
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December 24, 2013
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This is NOT a plug in unit! This one must be hardwired and mounted to a wall along with a optional thermostat.
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the baseboard heaters needs a thermostat ( Cadet Double-Pole Electric Baseboard-Mount Mechanical Thermostat White Model # BTF2W I recommend this one. you don't want to wired it directly because the unit is controlled by thermostat so you can turn it off and on.
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January 16, 2013
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In Home Depot right next to the unit is the thermostat kit. It is the same color as the plates on each side and you just remove one screw and wire it in acording to directions. It can be wired up on the right or left side of the unit. then one screw puts the plate back after you attach it to the wall. I also noticed regular thermostats for these units but that would require wall electrical fishing.
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In Home Depot right next to the unit is the thermostat kit. It is the same color as the plates on each side and you just remove one screw and wire it in acording to directions. It can be wired up on the right or left side of the unit. then one screw puts the plate back after you attach it to the wall. I also noticed regular thermostats for these units but that would require wall electrical fishing.
this unit is designed for a cord but I did not see a space to run that out the side.
There are upright heaters that run on oil (they look like an old radiator heater from the 1920's ) nut they work good also. I would not use this unit if you don't attach it to the wall.
Thanks Good luck
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September 28, 2012
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Hello and thanks for your question! As a manufacturer, we very much appreciate any inquiry you may have because we want to learn from our customers!
While it seems like a 120 volt product should easily plug into a wall outlet, the Cadet electric baseboard heaters are strictly permanent mount units and do not operate with a cord that plugs in. They are not a portable or plug-in type heater, and are only
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Hello and thanks for your question! As a manufacturer, we very much appreciate any inquiry you may have because we want to learn from our customers!
While it seems like a 120 volt product should easily plug into a wall outlet, the Cadet electric baseboard heaters are strictly permanent mount units and do not operate with a cord that plugs in. They are not a portable or plug-in type heater, and are only UL approved for a direct electrical connection. They install with screws directly into the wood studs in the wall behind the heater. They are then 'hard wired' with a 120 volt electrical supply wire connected to the heater at either end. If you refer to page 3 of the attached instructions, it details how the connections are made inside the junction box: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/7e/7ed24a24-7ecd-4fbd-aec6-5bc30ccb0f9e.pdf
For a permanent installation you will need a thermostat to control the unit, and the model that installs directly on the end of the heater is listed below. We've also included a link to a youtube video that shows the complete installation.
Thanks again for your question and feel free to keep asking!
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I purchased this one along with several others. And purchase one thermostat. Can I still control each heater indivigually?

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Unfortunately? No-
1- I would Return these and Buy the KING Model with a Built In Thermostat ( Cost less or the same than buying a Sep Stat and doing the wiring, Mounting, drilling holes in the wall, Hiding the wire to the Heater, etc..)
2- and once you find the setting on the thermostat to reach the desired Temp in that room? You won't change it and just put a piece of tape on it to hold it at that Read More
Unfortunately? No-
1- I would Return these and Buy the KING Model with a Built In Thermostat ( Cost less or the same than buying a Sep Stat and doing the wiring, Mounting, drilling holes in the wall, Hiding the wire to the Heater, etc..)
2- and once you find the setting on the thermostat to reach the desired Temp in that room? You won't change it and just put a piece of tape on it to hold it at that setting ..Thus a sep. Stat wasn't worth it to me..
At least that what I did.. Read Less
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No, you need one thermostat for each heater
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Thank you for your question. If you want to control each heater individually, each heater will need it own thermostat.
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Which thermostat would you recommend for controlling multiple baseboard heater units?

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wide84
Wisconsin
November 25, 2012
I am considering installing 3 of these Cadet baseboard heater units into a finished basement space (living room/kitchenette, bathroom, and bedroom), the size of which will likely necessitate the use of 2 six foot units, and 1 four foot unit. As none of your heaters come with thermostats pre-installed, I have to decide whether to install separate manual controls on each baseboard heater, or if it would make more sense to try and wire some/all of them to a central thermostat. Now I can see the amperage ratings on your various thermostats, as well as the heaters themselves, so am I to believe that for instance: Cadet Single-Pole 16.7 Amp 120/240 Volt Electronic 7-Day Programmable Wall Thermostat White could be used to control 2 Cadet 4 ft. 1,000 Watt 120 Volt Electric units? Again, Ideally I would probably be using 2 Cadet 6 ft. 1,500-Watt 120 Volt Electric Baseboard Heaters, and the 4 ft. model for the bathroom. Is there a thermostat that you'd recommend to control all three units? Thanks!

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The BTF2W heater mounted thermostat can be wired operate multiple units. But that would not be practical for units in seperate rooms. This thermostat is non-programmable but fully adjustable from on to low to high and off. IMO its best to have a seperate thermostat in every room unit because some crybaby is always complaining its either too hot or too cold!
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Cadet Double-Pole Electric Baseboard-Mount Mechanical Thermostat
Model # BTF2W If you're using the white? There is a how to do video with the instructions. Very easy to install.
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Hello Abe,
Thanks for a great question! Yes, the TH106 model thermostat can control several baseboards, but only if the heaters are 240 volt units, and you have a 240 volt, double pole circuit breaker. At 240 volts, your amperage draw for each of the heaters is half of the 120 volt load, and will require a 30 amp, double pole circuit breaker.
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Hello Abe,
Thanks for a great question! Yes, the TH106 model thermostat can control several baseboards, but only if the heaters are 240 volt units, and you have a 240 volt, double pole circuit breaker. At 240 volts, your amperage draw for each of the heaters is half of the 120 volt load, and will require a 30 amp, double pole circuit breaker.
The total amperage for 2 - 6' 240 volt baseboards, and 1 - 4' 240 volt baseboard, is 16.66 amps - the maximum load for the TH106 thermostat. If all the heaters are going to be in the same room, this is probably your best option. If you only use 120 volt heaters, then you will need to wire 3 separate 120 volt, single pole breakers, one for each heater, and you will also need to use 3 separate thermostats.
We've included a video link below that guides you through installation and is very helpful. Thanks again for asking! Read Less
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Why does this product not meet the "Energy Star Compliance?

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October 1, 2012
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I installed one and I have not noticed a big spike on my power bill. It heats very efficiantly without a lsot of power to run the unit. I noticed it is a very warm flowing heat not like the forced air from your furnace. I put mine in a room that's always cold and I like it a lot. Energy star is a higher rating in modern home building, it means it is a good product and doesn't waste money as it Read More
I installed one and I have not noticed a big spike on my power bill. It heats very efficiantly without a lsot of power to run the unit. I noticed it is a very warm flowing heat not like the forced air from your furnace. I put mine in a room that's always cold and I like it a lot. Energy star is a higher rating in modern home building, it means it is a good product and doesn't waste money as it opperates.
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Hi Bud,
Thanks so much for your question. Your interest in the product, and any and all questions, are much appreciated. Energy Star is a symbol, or label, for products that meet the U.S. EPA and U.S. DOE requirements set out within specific product categories. At this time, there is not a category for baseboard heaters, but Energy Star is working on standards for programmable thermostats in the
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Hi Bud,
Thanks so much for your question. Your interest in the product, and any and all questions, are much appreciated. Energy Star is a symbol, or label, for products that meet the U.S. EPA and U.S. DOE requirements set out within specific product categories. At this time, there is not a category for baseboard heaters, but Energy Star is working on standards for programmable thermostats in the future.
Programmable thermostats are your best choice right now for energy savings and we've listed a couple of choices below that work with the Cadet 120 volt baseboard heater.
Hope you enjoy your home improvement quest and you can see a bit more info on the energy star website at:
http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=find_a_product.showProductGroup&pgw_code=TH
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Thanks for your question! The Energy Star Label does not currently have a category that applies to permanent electric heating appliances.
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48 in. 1,000-Watt 120-Volt Electric Baseboard Heater in White is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 37.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from We purchased this in September to warm a small porch that is attached to our house. The porch is... We purchased this in September to warm a small porch that is attached to our house. The porch is app. 150 square feet and the windows are double-glazed. One wall is in common with an attached garage. One wall shares the warmth of the family room, in fact, we have that DOOR open most of the time and the family room is around 68 - 70 degrees. One wall shares the warmth of an indoor pool, again 68 - 70 degrees. One wall faces outside (but, as stated, is double-glazed). This heater did not warm that space one degree after being on for hours. We cannot get the temperature above 64 degrees. I had to TOUCH it to feel the warmth on the highest setting (yes, it's on).
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I live in the Midwest and heat my home with a wood burner. I purchased 3 of these, one for the ba... I live in the Midwest and heat my home with a wood burner. I purchased 3 of these, one for the bathroom, one for the living room and one for the bedroom. Now I don't have to get up in the middle of the night to add wood to the burner. These are set at 72 degrees and turn on when the temperature drops in the house. They are easy to install (if you know what you're doing) and are keeping my house quite comfortable. I am planning on purchasing another for the upstairs bedroom.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We had two of these installed in our basement- each with its own thermostat. Our handyman attach... We had two of these installed in our basement- each with its own thermostat. Our handyman attached them to a switch on the wall so that we can turn the heat on and off very easily. My kids are amazed that the basement is actually warm.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have installed this (actually 5 of them, in a small guest house. I would not use them all the t... I have installed this (actually 5 of them, in a small guest house. I would not use them all the time because of the cost of electricity but for occasional use there is nothing less expensive or easier to install and get going.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Everything works well and the heat is good. The only thing is they don't have separate switches t... Everything works well and the heat is good. The only thing is they don't have separate switches to turn the units off and on.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to install They were easy to install and do a great job definitely by the thermostat you can turn off
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well built, clear and easy to use instructions, excellent price point. Well built, clear and easy to use instructions, excellent price point.
Date published: 2016-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This heater is very quiet and heats up quickly. This heater is very quiet and heats up quickly.
Date published: 2016-12-06
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