heat cheat sheet.
how it heats.
With so many heater styles, how do you choose? Consider things like length of heat time, steady versus moving, directional heat, indoor or outdoor, and go from there.
size it up.
Where will you keep your new heater? Do you need a large one or will a smaller one heat your space? Does it need to be portable? Knowing the answers to these questions will help you make the right pick.
safe and warm.
Be warm, but most importantly, be safe. Features like auto-off, cool touch, tip-over protection and auto-shutoff timers are your peace-of-mind pals, but always turn your heater off before leaving.
Max output tells you the heater's power measured in watts. The available wattage determines the heating effectiveness. No watts, no heat.
Yes, you can cut your energy costs with a portable heater. The key is to keep the thermostat low and use the portable heater where you spend the most time. That way, you heat where you are—not where you aren't.