Wall Mount Fireplace Heater – Turning the thermostat down to save on heating bills can seem really sad. But no matter how cold the climate you live in, turning on a thermostat does not mean sacrificing comfort. Zone heating is an ideal way to cut heating costs while maintaining a comfortable temperature. By turning the thermostat down at least 10 degrees lower than your normal temperature, you will save money to heat your home. By installing an electric fireplace in the room you use most often, you can count on it for additional zone heating, bringing the temperature to your personal comfort level.
This saves the whole house from keeping the temperatures warming up as you spend most of your time in one or two rooms. The cost savings using this type of fireplace rather than gas-powered fireplaces is very dramatic. The average energy cost using a gas fireplace ranges from 17 to 24 cents per hour. Use an electric heater for an additional heating cost of eight to 12 cents an hour. The electric fireplace provides great extra heat, no matter how big or small your house is. A large draft house can benefit from installing a fireplace in the bedroom and living room with high traffic. Small houses, apartments, and condominiums can also use additional heaters to save money.
In many temperate regions, on a cold night, the fireplace in the bedroom will eliminate the need to ignite the stove. Zone heating is as simple as plugging it into an outlet, with no complicated or exhausting considerations. Electric fireplace heaters come in a variety of sizes and styles. Choose a model that complements your home style whether it has the look and feel of a traditional fireplace or a more modern look. They offer a comfortable fire atmosphere with the benefits of the cost-effective zone heating solution.
If you live in a small house or apartment, you can take advantage of space-saving electric fireplaces. The wall mounted in the fireplace can be installed on the floor of the room which is a problem. Amish Fireplaces has a traditional fireplace display with a wooden coat but has a castor so it can be rolled into a room that needs extra heat. Most Amish fireplaces can provide additional heat to the 20 x 20-foot room. Other unique options for an electric fireplace include a corner fireplace, a free-standing electric stove, and an electric logging packet. Media cabinets with fireplaces provide space-saving options for living areas that have only one wall as a focal point. The fireplace is built with cabinet-style cabinets or media consoles that accommodate flat screen components and media and storage.