05:19AM | 03/28/05
Member Since: 12/01/03
30 lifetime posts
Hi Folks,

I am a first time home owner working my way through some projects.

I need to heat a 400 sq foot space in order to maintain 55 F ??? (The lowest temperature in this area is 45F ) - Safety is key for me.

Details below. Thanks in advance - jg1234.

Details --

I have a semi - finished basement. The finished part has baseboard heat - the unfinished part has nothing and sometimes drops below 50 F - but never below 45 F.

I have some computer equipment in the unfinshed sapce that needs to have temperatures above 50 F in order to operate.


03:57AM | 03/29/05
Member Since: 12/01/03
30 lifetime posts
Thanks -

I just noticed an oil filled electric spae heater by DeLonghi at **********.

I think I will give that a shot.



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