Rated 5 out of 5Â by 13
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JackInDerry Extremely Happy With This Heater
I put an office in my basement and it had baseboard heat that had been removed. I decided to go with this heater even though it was a little more money than some of the others available. I am completely happy with this heater. The room is about 16 x 20 and there is an open hallway that connects to it. It keeps the entire area very comfortable. One of the best features that sold me was the soft radiant heat. It doesn't kick on and blast you with heat and then cool off and you are freezing again. It keeps my home office perfect.
November 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by PinkyT Warming Up
Easy to install with simple instructions. Heats quicker than traditional baseboard and stays warm longer. More expensive to buy initially but does warm a larger area while using less electricity since it stays warm longer after shutting off. The 82" heats our 15x20 all seasons room with a nice even heat. *Baseboard has to be level to work properly. Elevate from the floor to keep it from rusting.
May 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CM74 Heater works well and was a good solution for supplemental heat.
I purchased this heater to provide supplemental heat in a basement office. The heater provides plenty of heat for the purpose, and is very simple and attractive in appearance. The heater makes more clicking noise than I expected, but I have not yet tried loosening the mounting screws. The quality is good, but the front cover attaches fairly loosely. The internal element is substantial and appears well made. The included electronic thermostat is very accurate and works beautifully.
January 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Doylez Great heater and will reduce my oil bills!
I am using this 83" heater along with the 35" version in order to heat a newly finished basement with approx. 550 sq-ft. Just to set the stage for you, the walls in the basement are all insulated, including the floor joists. The boiler room was partitioned into its own storage room, so whatever heat used to come from the boiler no longer keeps the basement warm. However, despite that, the basement stays around 55 degrees without any heat even when the outside temperature is in the 20's.
The Cadet heaters take a few minutes to heat up but it takes anywhere from 1 to 2 hr to get the inside temperature from 55 degrees to a balmy 68 degrees. Yes, it seems like a long time to wait for it to heat 13 degrees but it sure as h3ll beats having to pay for a tank of oil (in our area, about $800 for 200 gallons) which we used to have to fill every 1-2 months in the winter. Upstairs, we have hot water baseboard heaters and although I could've installed the same for the basement, I had the chance to use electric baseboard and I'm glad I did.
I had my contractor perform the install but it looked fairly straightforward. The only mistake we made was not running the feed to the thermostat. I'd never installed these before, so before I hired my contractor, I ran 240v to the floor and then sealed it up with drywall. Big mistake. Stupid me. I should've ran it to where the thermostat would be (about 5-ft high), then run another cable down to the heater. So when my contractor was installing the heaters, he had to rip into the wall to re-run the lines. Lesson learned, hopefully you won't make the same mistake as me
January 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Carrie hydronic baseboard heater
Product was delivered to my door even sooner than predicted, in excellent condition. Installed very quickly, looks great.
August 26, 2014