Lower Heat Bill

Lower Heat Bill With Wall & Baseboard Heaters

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Are you looking to lower your heating bill with your electric baseboard heaters or wall heaters? Have you heard of room by room or zonal heat? It wouldn't make sense to have one switch turn all the lights in your home on or off. So, why do a lot of us settle for a central thermostat that turns the temperature in our entire house up or down?


Wall Heater Placement

Truth is, there's a better, more efficient way to invite warmth into your home.

With Cadet's electric baseboards and wall heaters you have a heater and thermostat in each room. That means you can heat rooms while they're in use and keep them at a lower temperature when they're not in use.

If you have a central system, and you find you have cold spots in your home, instead of increasing the heat for the entire home, you can strategically add electric heaters to individual rooms that are always cold or ones that are used most often. That way you can lower the central thermostat and still stay warm. It's a great way to stay comfortable, while saving energy and money on your heating bill.

Heater in use

One customer shared with us they saw a monthly decrease in their gas bill of almost $100 dollars after they added an electric heater to their office and an electric fireplace to their bedroom. Two rooms they often used and regularly felt cold.


Unsure where the best place is to install an electric heater? Our recent blog on Where Should I Install My Heater will give you some helpful tips.