Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 35
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MattSOCO Excellent service!
I bought a new Cadet heating unit that made a sound when it was turned on. I called Cadet customer service, and they immediately sent me a new one without waiting for the new return, so I would get it faster. I have never seen a customer service department do this before, and with no questions asked.
March 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by John Looks and performs great.
Works well. Looks nice. Unfortunately, I was replacing an older, larger heater set in a non-plaster wall. After removing the old heater, I framed in a smaller opening to accommodate the new smaller heater. That left voids left and bottom which I filled in with strips of luan. I then cut molding with mitered corners to make a picture frame, painted it to match other accent trim in the room, and attached around the heater to the wall with a brad nailer. Looks quite nice.
March 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MontanaMom Works great, looks great!
I am remodeling my bathroom and added this for extra comfort. Very pleased.
July 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mark206 Throw baseboard heaters away
I just bought a condo and was not pleased at what an eyesore baseboard heaters can be. I went to home depot and one the the associates reccomended this product to me. It was easy to install, allowed for me to use more of the floor space without having to worry about having things in front of the heater, and produces/circulates a great amount of heat versus baseboard.The cost is a little more but it also looks much nicer if you dont have central air.
October 21, 2006
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Eddie An all in one product
A fine heater. Beats the heck out of a space heater. Wont destroy your house wiring like a space heater. Wont tip over and burn down your house like a space heater. Hold a room temp very good.
January 28, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BigDaddy If the new is as good as the old...
I replaced an old heater (not sure of brand) that looked exactly like this one - wiring [updated with 2nd limit switch] the same, box the same etc. I used it for the first 12 years after buying the house, not sure how long it was installed prior.
Easy to install as the heater box was the same as the old so I just replaced the guts and the grill. I have already had to close the main bathroom circuit to 'reset' one/both of the limit switches (??) built into the heater but not really sure what condition existed to trip either one.
The only thing missing from the new that was nice to have on the old was a light letting you know it is on. The new one has a white thermostat/on-off knob against the white heater...not as easy to tell.
November 6, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RichP Perfect price great product
I bought this heater for a young lady who lives in a studio apartment on the beach. Poor thing had no heater in unit. The heater was very reasonably priced and super easy to install. I would highly recommend this to anyone. Anyone can install it themselves.
January 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Heatwave Good heater, but it needs an external thermostat.
I built a 10'x14' room with 8' walls in my unheated pole barn. I needed a safe efficient heater to leave unattended. The heater was easy to install and has a nice cosmetic appearance. It puts about a generous amount of heat for it's size. My only gripe is the internal thermostat only allows a maximum 75 degree (f) room temperature before the heater shuts off. This makes it hard to preheat a cold room with a cold concrete floor. I have installed the heater approximately 4' off the floor and according to manufacturer specifications. I have took into consideration that the internal temperature over heat limits are not shutting the unit off. I may consider an external thermostat to solve my problem. My room is insulated with r13 side walls, r19 ceiling and an insulated exterior entrance door. My initial test was with an outside temperature of 30 degree (f). It took about an hour and a half to reach it's maximum temperature from 35 degrees. I also run a box fan to help circulate the cold air off the floor. As far as the build quality, I noticed the squirrel cage fan was made of plastic. I would rather it be made of metal, however I don't think it will affect it's performance or longevity.
January 10, 2015