Things to consider when buying a heater

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It’s that time of year again when the temperature starts to drop and the days get shorter. Cold is fast approaching and for many, this means it’s time to start thinking about buying a heater. But with so many options on the market, what should you consider when making your purchase? From fuel types to safety features, there are a lot of things you need to think about before deciding which heater is right for you. In this blog post, TritonBranders will look at all the different aspects you should consider when buying a heater so that you can make an informed decision and have peace of mind knowing your home is warm and safe.

Heater Type

One of the most important things to consider when purchasing a heater is the type of fuel that it uses. The three most common types of fuel used in heaters are electricity, natural gas, and propane. Each type has its own set of pros and cons that should be taken into consideration before making a purchase.

Electricity is often the most expensive type of fuel to use, but it is also the most convenient. Electric heaters are easy to install and can be used in any room of the house. They are also very safe to use and are not a fire hazard. The downside to electric heaters is that they can be expensive to operate and can take a long time to heat up a room.

Natural gas is less expensive than electricity, but it can be more difficult to install. Natural gas heaters need to be vented outside, so they are not suitable for use in all homes. They are also not as safe as electric heaters because they pose a risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. However, natural gas heaters do provide instant heat and are very efficient.

Propane is the least expensive type of fuel to use, but it requires regular maintenance. Propane heaters must be refilled every few months, and they produce harmful emissions when burned. Propane heaters are not as safe as electric or natural gas heaters, but they are still a good option for those on a budget.

Heating Capacity

When considering the heating capacity of a potential heater, it is important to keep in mind the size of the room or area that will need to be heated. Heaters are typically measured in British thermal units (BTUs), and the general rule of thumb is that you will need about 30 BTUs per square foot of space. Therefore, if you are looking to heat a 500 square foot room, you will need a heater with a minimum heating capacity of 15,000 BTUs.

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