The best heater or electric fireplace will depend on your unique heating needs and room size. Convection heaters are ideal for whole-room heating, while radiant heaters provide direct warmth. Electric fireplaces offer both ambiance and heating. Consider energy efficiency, safety features, and aesthetic preferences.

Electric heaters and fireplaces convert almost all the electricity into heat, which makes them quite energy efficient. Efficiency will vary by model. We recommend units that offer energy-saving features that include thermostats, timers, and eco modes to reduce energy consumption.

Electric fireplaces are ideal for supplemental heating and are not designed to be a primary heat source for large areas. They are best suited for heating small to medium-sized rooms.

You can install them yourself, but professional installation is recommended to ensure safe operation and optimal performance, as electrical work is required.

No. Electric fireplaces do not produce any emissions.

We recommend a minimum distance of 3 feet between heaters, or electric fireplaces, and furniture to ensure safety and proper air circulation.

Check the power source, ensure the unit is plugged in, and verify the outlet is functioning. Reset any tripped circuit breakers. If the problem persists, contact customer support.

A new unit may produce a temporary odor on first use. If the smell happens again, ensure the unit is clean and free of dust. Persistent odors may indicate a problem requiring professional inspection.

We recommend cleaning the heater, or electric fireplace, every few weeks, or as needed.

We recommend regularly checking and cleaning air filters, inspecting electrical connections and heating elements, and ensuring vents are clear.

Heating elements and bulbs in electric fireplaces typically last 1-2 years, depending on usage. Refer to your owner’s manual for specific replacement intervals and procedures.

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