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cats14

08:35PM | 05/06/07
Member Since: 05/05/07
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Must replace my forced air elec. heater and ducting below 2100 sq. ft. home. Don't like the forced air heating. Also, keep quite a few doors closed 24 x 7, and this limits effectiveness of the forced air heater. How about just having an electrician install wall heaters with built in thermostats in each room? Should save on my utility bills, as well (?)

cats14

07:58AM | 05/07/07
Member Since: 05/05/07
5 lifetime posts
Thanks for speedy reply! Due to an over-abundance of cats, I need to have wall heaters that are about 2 to 3 feet feet above the floor. I hope this is possible? Also...I don't think that digital thermostats are necessary, right? As a widow, it is WONDERFUL to have this expert advice available!!!!

cats14

09:30AM | 05/07/07
Member Since: 05/05/07
5 lifetime posts
I take umbrage by your calling my cats "not bright." Having said that....there are a couple who demonstrate willfulness by spraying in inordinate places. I'm afraid if this happened on a baseboard unit...I'd be in trouble. Now....can I have a wall heater two feet up? (smile) Or...there ARE ceiling units, but they sound dangerous to me (?)

cats14

12:02PM | 05/07/07
Member Since: 05/05/07
5 lifetime posts
It becomes obvious that YOU are bright, and the idea of seeking "political pity" from a man/men is most likely fruitless, as concerns a spraying cat.

I apologize if it appeared that I am contentious. I did not wish to "start an argument." Now, to end this debate, I SERIOUSLY ask:

Would it be okay to have electric WALL heaters installed 16"-24" above the floor? Wall heaters, as opposed to baseboard heaters. I sure hope so! Thank you in advance for your expert advice.

cats14

05:03PM | 05/07/07
Member Since: 05/05/07
5 lifetime posts
I will check into the Marvin and Soleus. I just may find what I need !!

Thanks so much for all your assistance! I really appreciate the time you took to help me out.
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